DOWN IN THE GROUND
Liza Wade Green, Will Orzo, Emily Rhea, and Ligia Teixeira collaborate with the subterranean workers of NYC: Local 147 Sandhogs, the MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) Engineers, the DEP (Department of Environmental Protection) Wastewater Workers, and the FDNY (Fire Dept. of NYC) Explosive Experts.
A PRETTY GOOD FUTURE
Natalia de Campos and Bryon Carr explore the pursuit of happiness in the 21st century. A shaman, distressed Barbie doll, golden frisbie, electronic harp music, multi-media, and movements––engaged in countering a dystopic habitat––converge.
Lilah Freedland, Rachel Wohlander, and Jeff Wood take us on an historical tour of the radical accelerationist cult ProFailure. Emersion in the world of cult kidnappings, occult rituals, and opportunities to testify to one’s own failures.
STRINGS OF THOUGHT
Ligia Teixeira and Ivan Franco explores the relationship between body and machine. Strings of Thought, part of the European Capital of Culture 2012 in Portugal, evokes the tangled struggle between dogma and choice.
THE ELABORATE ENTRANCE OF CHAD DEITY AT WOLLY MAMMOTH
WITH WHAT VOICE
Jared Mezzochi helps “transform Wolly Mammoth Theatre into an infectiously boisterous venue on the professional [wrestling] circuit…resulting in an adrenaline rush.”
Musicians video performance artists Tara and David Gladden of NEF (Near East Family) bring to life the classical haiku by Basho: “With what voice/shall I sing/spider, in this autumn breeze?”
THE SERVICE ROAD
Cory Einbinder and Kalle Macrides, founders of Adhesive Theater Project, bring to life Erin Courtney’s play about a modern day Hercules and a lost child using video puppets and multi-media.