(by which we mean: scroll down for tix & just keep scrolling for the company, this week's special guest musicians, the Fort Greene local scene, the glossary & so much more!)a "psychedelic soiree!" -- The New York Times
"I was high off of this production! the raw creative energy of the piece...is like a drug for me. an ambitious work with a lot of heart which transforms the play into an experience." -- The Huffington Post
"a fizzy riff on female bonding that leaves you on a high!"
-- New York Theatre Review
"this tongue-in-cheek happening opens the door
onto a different kind of peculiar..." -- The Village Voice
"antic, freewheeling, consistently intriguing!" -- Theatermania.com
www.irondale.org or 866.811.4111
$25 / $35 premium tix / Tuesdays: 10 bucks!
info/group rates 646.336.8077
through only!! 8pm
Tuesdays thru Saturdays / final performance FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9
we'll report election results throughout the performance! (it's that kind of show.)
(since polls don't close out west till 11pm EST, and the show ends by 10, you won't miss much!). Afterwards, we're headed over to JACK for their Election Night party, a benefit for victims of Hurrican Sandy -- more info here
Tuesday Nov 6: Paul Eddy
Wednesday Nov 7: Ali Rose Dachis
Thursday Nov 8: AGA's own Brittany Costa!
Friday Nov 9: Adam Harrington
IN BROOKLYN!! at Irondale Center
85 South Oxford Street
in the BAM Cultural District
SO EASY TO GET TO! as you can see from this nice map:
Check out these Fort Greene hotspots for before or after the show...
some with deals just for us! send us YOUR faves and we'll put 'em on the list!
MO's Fort Greene Bar -- where you'll find US!
80 Lafayette Avenue
No. 7 -- their subs're great, fancier restaurant must be too!
7 Greene Avenue
The Smoke Joint -- Rehana's favorite!
87 S. Elliot Pl
Mullane’s Bar and Grill -- ooh, the French Fries... say no more
10% off your bill! with your ticket confirmation or program
71 Lafayette Avenue
Frank’s Cocktail Lounge -- the divy hangout
660 Fulton Street
Stonehome Wine Bar -- and the classy one!
free "chessire cat" -- that's a drink!
with your ticket confirmation or program
87 Lafayette Ave
Pequeña -- margaritas to die for (please. go. after...)
86 South Portland Avenue
Madiba -- Liz goes for South African food!
195 DeKalb Avenue
Greene Grape Provisions -- for a casual take-out grab
753 Fulton Street
Der Schwarze Koelner -- who doesn't love a beer hall??!!!
710 Fulton Street
with Carolyn Baeumler, Eric Clem, Matt Dellapina,
Teresa Avia Lim, Christina Pumariega
PLUS the SPECTACLE BRIGADE
featuring Joe Boover, Brittany Costa, Alanna Fox, Cristina Henriquez
Starr Kirkland, Stephanie Miller,
Jakob Minevich, Lily Padilla
Sam Perry and Linda Tardif!
AND, live and in person, THE TUNED-IN! a band!
design Marcelo Anez, Nick Francone, Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew,
Liam O’Brien, Rachel Schapira
psm Danielle Teague-Daniels music director Ralph Capasso
associate producer Leah Henoch asm Matt Hundley
props Rachel Graf Evans choreographer/AD Emily Edwards
assistant to the playwright Ira Gamerman
prod mgr Michaelangelo DeSerio press Emily Owens PR
commissioned by New Georges for The Germ Project
co-produced with Irondale!
A curious girl who falls down a rabbit hole (Alice).
The lead singer of an iconic ‘60s rock band (Grace).
The poor, nameless star of a classic
druggie diary (Anonymous?).
Three oddly- connected heroines inhabit
three separate worlds, playing out their stories exactly as expected. But when those worlds collide...
well, I guess you'll have to come see us to find out what happens THEN.
Christ Church. One of the largest and most prestigious colleges in the University of Oxford, and the Cathedral Church for the Diocese of Oxford. Henry Liddell, Alice’s father, became its Dean in 1856, and it is there that the family first met Charles Dodgson, then a student, as he was photographing the Cathedral one April afternoon.
Dodgson, Charles. Come on, you know Lewis Carroll is a pen name! In addition to his accomplishments as author, mathematician, logician and Anglican deacon, in the 1850s he rapidly mastered the brand-new medium of photography. His subjects included men, grown-ups, skeletons, dolls, dogs, paintings, trees and, of course, young Alice Liddell, the real-life model for his literary Alice. And a brunette.
Freak Wharf. According to urbandictionary.com, a slang term for a mental institution, apparently completely made up and never used by anyone else but the author
of Go Ask Alice. (See Sparks, Beatrice)
The Great Society. Short-lived but influential San Francisco rock band formed in the summer of 1965. Original group of Jefferson Airplane lead singer Grace Slick, it featured then-husband Jerry Slick on drums. On Halloween night 1966, Slick left the band to join Jefferson Airplane, a slightly more successful band formed the same year by Paul Kantner and Marty Balin. She brought two Great Society songs with her, Somebody to Love and White Rabbit, which would become JA’s first hits.
Sparks, Beatrice. Therapist and Mormon youth counselor whose books purporting to be diaries of troubled teenagers read as cautionary tales on issues like drug abuse, Satanism, teen pregnancy and AIDS. Her most famous pseudo-memoir, Go Ask Alice, is still read in some high schools as a work of nonfiction, and remains the most frequently censored book in school libraries. Obviously a proponent of healthy living, Sparks died in May 2012 at the age of 95.
Stratego. Classic Milton Bradley board game. The first to capture their enemy’s flag is the winner!
Welk, Lawrence. American accordionist, bandleader, television impresario known for his “champagne” music. His television program featuring pastel-clad singing spouses and sisters – and those “wunnerful, wunnerful” bubbles -- ran from 1955 to 1982.
We're still celebrating our 20th birthday! You can, too!
WATCH our funny (and historical!) 20th birthday videos -- including Susan's tour of all the
places we've produced in 20 years -- HERE on the New Georges Channel!
And click HERE for a great article about the anniversary year we share with colleagues, which appeared on WNYC's website the day of our 20th birthday party!
and click HERE for a nice article about Susan in her alumni mag, The Pennsylvania Gazette!
Programs at New Georges are made possible in part with public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts; the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; and the offices of City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn and State Senator Thomas K. Duane. Additionally, we are grateful for funding provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Jerome Foundation, Time Warner (providing leadership support for new play development at New Georges), Emma A. Sheafer Charitable Trust, Beech Street Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, Greenwall Foundation, New York Community Trust, The Fund for Small Theatres (a project of ART/NY), The Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, Axe-Houghton Foundation, Tony Randall Theatrical Fund, Off Broadway Angels, the John Golden Fund, the Dramatists Guild Fund, Barbara Bell Cumming Foundation, and the Edith Meiser Foundation.
and generous individual donors like YOU!
(Click on "support us" and become one of them real fast!)
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