Photo Flash: What Will the Neighbors Say? Opens AGUA, VIDA Y TIERRA At MITU580
What Will the Neighbors Say? opened the workshop production of their multi-media devised chorepoem "Agua, Vida y Tierra" at MITU580, the home of Theatre Mitu.
Take a look at photos from opening night below!
Theater Mitu is now located in its own interdisciplinary arts space in Gowanus, Brooklyn called MITU580. The company has retrofitted this former glass recycling facility into 2,400 square feet of flexible space intended to intersect the fields of performance, installation art, new-media, and design. MITU580 is at once a studio space and performance venue to house all of Theater Mitu's programming, as well as a state of the art production facility capable of hosting all types of innovative performances and events. This facility is a unique gathering place where interdisciplinary arts practice is interrogated, incubated, and produced.
Photo Credit: Paris Marcel
Ana Cristina da Silva and Michelle Martinez
Beatriz Miranda and James Clements
James Clements and Thalia Romina
Jorge Morales Pico and Elizabeth M. Stewart
Jorge Morales Pico and Enid Pico
Jorge Morales Pico and Rodrigo Vasquez
Katherine Guanche and Ana Cristina da Silva
Katherine Guanche and Michelle Martinez
Lucy Livingston and James Clements
Madeleine Robertson and Ana Cristina da Silva
Rodrigo Vasquez and James Clements
Sam Hood Adrain and Ann Hood
Sam Hood Adrain and Katherine Guanche
Thalia Romina and Ana Cristina da Silva
Will Davis and Ana Cristina da Silva