THE AWARD-WINNING NEW YORK NEO-FUTURISTS (NYNF), now in their 14th Season, are pleased to announce the world premiere production of Rob Neill's WIND-UP VARIATIONS, their 21st MainStage production. WIND-UP VARIATIONS will play a limited engagement at The Kraine Theatre (85 East 4th Street, NYC). Performances begin Thursday, April 19 and continue through Saturday, May 12. Opening Night is Saturday, April 21 (8 p.m.). $20 tickets are available at nynf.org.

A band of tiny adventurers, four wind-up creatures--a monkey, a robot, a dinosaur, and a unicorn-are on a fantastic journey. Although they move in short and unpredictable bursts, when they stop they trigger the performers into various rituals, stories, songs, and dances. Along the way they discover how to persevere, explore community, and celebrate random interactions. WIND-UP VARIATIONS is a multimedia retro punk meditation, an experiment in Neo-Futurism, a theatrical spectacle of the real and tangible shared everyday moments finding poetry in the routine and the chaos.

WIND-UP VARIATIONS is a Neo-Futurist play based on ideas originally incubated in Monkeyland at Avant Garde Arama, Apocalypse Neo, Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind, and The Infinite Wrench. The show features current, past, and original New York Neo-Futurists: Ayun Halliday, Eevin Hartsough*, Daniel Mirsky, and T Thompson.

The production features projection design by Lauren Parrish and costume design by Sarah Snider. Anthony Dean is the sound designer, Connor Kalista is the prop and design consultant, Emily Pojman is the general manager, Ashley DeLuke is the stage manager, Conor Bartram is the ASM, Katie Rosin/Kampfire PR is the publicist.

Tickets are $20 and are available online at www.nyneofuturists.org/wuv or by calling 866-811-4111. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the Theatre ½ hour prior to performance for $25.

Running Time: 80 minutes

Website: www.nynf.org

*Equity Member appearing with permission of Actors' Equity Association without benefit of an Equity contract in this Off-Off Broadway production.

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