MAY 2013: NOW PLAYING at the Bridge Theatre!

For the Sins I Can Remember

“Sins”: Full run booked in Oct!

Stay tuned: The full production of “For the Sins I Can Remember” will run in Manhattan this fall. A Save-the-Date announcement is coming soon!

For the Sins I Can Remember

at the Duct Tape and a Dream Festival

May 16 and 18 at 8pm, May 19 at 3pm!

The latest phase of the two-year project, created with the support of Roots and Wings Theatrical:
For the Sins I Can Remember presents an absurdist portrait of the women of the American Victorian Era who chose to work as prostitutes. The piece explores questions of love, morality, and the fractured body of survival and employs a physical language that mixes movement-theater and clowning.

The Duct Tape and a Dream Festival, which showcases new and explorative works, is the last public showing of this on-going project before the full production premieres in the fall.

Co-written and developed by Cynthia Polutanovich, Jennifer Sargent, Donna Costello, and the ensemble.
Directed by Jennifer Sargent
Composed by Tony Melone
Devised by and Featuring: Christine Giancatarino, Steven Hajar, Elisa Matula, Jessica Winograd

Tickets and info here.

APRIL 2013:

Workshop Performance, one night only!

The Subtle Body

April 18th @ 7:30pm
Dixon Place
161A Chrystie Street
NY, NY 10002

The Subtle Body
April 18
, 7:30pm @ Dixon Place
161A Chrystie Street (Delancey & E Houston)
Tickets on sale now at Ovationtix.com

The Subtle Body is a historic comedy that explores how we create links and bridges with other cultures and whether we can ever truly move beyond our own culture to understand another. The play is in English and Mandarin, with subtitles.

Written by Megan Campisi
Directed by Michael Leibenluft
Dramaturgy by Peregrine Heard
Sound design by Mark Van Hare
Set design by Danica Pantic
Lighting design by Calvin Anderson & David Smith
Costumes by Carrie Wladis
Translations by Ya Han Chang & Grant Zhong
Performed by Ya Han Chang, Elisa Matula, Ryan David O’Byrne, John Wu

Runtime 85 minutes.

For more information about the play, including a complete bibliography of John Floyer, click here.

Mud/Bone Collective and “The Subtle Body” are made possible through generous support from the Brooklyn Arts Council, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council on the Arts.