UNTAMEABLE To Play St. Paul's Hall This November
Highly Impractical Theatre Company and The Unsoft War proudly present Untameable Nov. 4 - 22 at St. Paul's Hall in Brooklyn.
Untameable pits diamond heist against museum intrigue and follows the story of two women, one trying to steal a jewel and the other trying to keep it safe. The play is an immersive romp that is performed site-specifically at St. Paul's Halls and offers its audience the opportunity to navigate their own experience and, like the characters in the show, to decide between love or diamonds, honesty or victory.
Stealing the diamond is Nel's magnum opus. Her other is falling in love. Only problem is her fiancée, Cabel, runs the diamond exhibit she's targeting. Untameable is a tale of diamond crossed lovers and of rescuing a stone to return it to its origin country. The action plays simultaneously in La Acadé, the thieves' hideaway, and the MAFM, the museum showing the diamond. Dance sequences detailing the love story of the Boy Prince, who originally owned the diamond, and the Lady Queen, who stole it from him many eons ago, punctuate the evening.
Untameable is an investigation into what we do to achieve our life's work and what gets lost in the winning.
St Paul's Hall is located at 334 S 5th Street (between Rodney and Keap Streets) in Brooklyn. J/M/Z trains to Marcy Ave.
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