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Last Life: A Shakespeare Play

A Co-Production with Piece of Yourself

 Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Theik Smith

Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Theik Smith

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A visceral exploration of the evolution of love through the words of William Shakespeare.

 Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Theik Smith

Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Theik Smith

As primordial man and woman face unity’s final threshold, they must face their scars, betrayals, and vulnerabilities through a matrix of Shakespeare’s wit and words. Trapped in a circle of salt, both are victims as well as predators, facing lifetimes of trauma in order to move forward and become free of lifetimes of hurt.

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June 14-16, 22, 23, 27-30, 8:00pm

23rd, 24th, 30th 5:00pm

Directed by Sara Fay George

Featuring Esther Sophia ArtnerMikaal Bates* & Khadija Sallet

The production will also include a curated photography exhibition from Theik Smith, which will be on display in the performance space. The photography series centers on the human form, and is an extension of the theatrical performance created to further explore the multifaceted, evolving nature of intimacy and the human relationship.

LOFT 29

525 W 29th St., New York, NY

All tickets: $18

 

Tickets are available HERE

 Approved AEA Showcase

*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

 

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 Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Julie Deffet

Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Julie Deffet

 Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Julie Deffet

Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Julie Deffet

 Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Julie Deffet

Actors: Esther Sophia Artner & Mikaal Bates* Photo credit: Julie Deffet


From The Heartland > UnitedSolo to Dixon Place

2.24.2018 at 7:30 pm

And yes, there will be pie.

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A shocking crime story or a hilariously serious analysis of our values and ideologies? Up from Union, Missouri comes a woman on a mission to heal the nation, society, and faith in justice. Alexis James knows what she’s talking about. She has been exploited, humiliated and screwed over for a long time — now she insists on payback. 

 

Image courtesy of Brent Goldman photography

THE BOX COLLECTIVE PRESENTS

 

A SWAN SONG: VOICES ON CLIMATE CHANGE

A NIGHT OF INTERDISCIPLINARY PERFORMANCE

NOVEMBER 14TH at 8 PM

421 CLERMONT AVE

BROOKLYN, NY 11238

In collaboration with NoPassport, The Arctic Cycle and Theatre Without Borders, the box collective joins the Climate Change Theatre Action. On November 14th at 8pm the box collective invites you to our Fort Greene Home to experience a multiplicity of artistic expressions around Climate Change. Selected playwrights, performers, dancers, musicians and filmmakers will share different perspectives, moments, rhythms and narratives touching on the theme of Climate Change. You’ll choose your own adventure and move through the space at your pace. There is no greater moment than now to cultivate an awareness of the earth and our affect upon it. We invite you on this journey and we hope you’ll walk away armed with a new perspective, new inspiration and new appreciation for this planet that we call home. Join the box collective artists on this one night only event. Bring your own wine and enjoy as we close the evening with a fire ritual. #climatechangetheatreaction #ArtCop21

 

Visit our site: www.thebox-collective.com

http://nopassport.org/climate-change-theatre-action

www.artcop21.com

Howlround Live Stream: http://howlround.com/tv

Image courtesy of Brent Goldman Photography