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On How To Be A Monster at The Tank

Dates

2/22/2020 - 2/25/2020

Theatre

The Tank


312 W 36th St
New York,NY 10018
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$15


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Et Alia Theater is proud to present On How To Be A Monster by Maria-Luiza Mller, coming soon at The Tank @the 98-seat theatre.John, Clara, Ron, Lara, Don, Tara, Sean, and Sarah are four couples who like to discuss important issues such as global warming, planned parenthood or starvation in Africa. Or do they? They might have more urgent things going on. Some might say theyre in a competition, but they would surely disagree with that because theyre very good friends! Halfway through the night, Tara disappears. Will they find her? And what is that sound, anyway?The cast includes international actors, Cristiano Benefanti, John Blair, Martin Drop, Adam Fisher, Ana Moioli, Maria-Luiza Mller, Dylan Soal, Giorgia Valenti and Isabella Uzctegui. Directed by Federica Borlenghi, Stage managed by Kendall DuPre, lighting design by Katherine Teed-Arthur, sound design by Austin Pogrob. This is Maria-Luiza Mllers playwriting debut, dont miss it!PERFORMANCESSaturday, February 22nd @ 3pmMonday, February 24th @ 9:30pm Tuesday, February 25th @ 9:30pm Tickets: $15 available at:https://thetanknyc.org/calendar-1/onhowtobeamonster1https://thetanknyc.org/calendar-1/onhowtobeamonster2https://thetanknyc.org/calendar-1/onhowtobeamonster3https://www.facebook.com/events/587158698505367/Or on our Facebook page, website and instagram @etaliatheater https://instagram.com/etaliatheater?r=nametag https://www.etaliatheater.com @The Tank: 312 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018Et Alia Theater is an artistic organization founded and led by international women. We strive to create an accepting space that inspires artists to create beyond their comfort zones and collide with an array of international voices which may be culturally unfamiliar. Et Alia is Latin for And Other: we are inspired to create art for the other, by the other, and about the other. We started a crowdfunding campaign for Et Alia on IndieGoGo, and we would be so grateful if you contributed to this production. Even the smallest pledge helps. Please help us get to the top! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/et-alia-theater-support#/ Their strength on stage is their internationality: their backgrounds are different from each other, they act in a language that is not theirs. This helps them communicate in an authentic way and stay out of the usual cliches. - International Women Artists Salon

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