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from top: WoW at 3LD; pre-show audience exercise; April Matthis; immersive seating; Mike Shapiro, Ethan Hova; Rebecca Hart; April Matthis, Polly Lee; full cast; Carmen Herlihy, Ethan Hova; Mike Shapiro; the meditation; final stories; the Exhibition; Sarah Cameron Sunde speaks about her 36.5 video installation; an Expedition; Guerilla Science installation in the bathroom sink; Guerilla Science pre-show game

Photos by Marina McLure!!

BLUE IS THE NEW GREEN
…playwright Sheila Callaghan & director Daniella Topol’s epic exploration of their epic exploration of an element so epic it’s taken a decade to explore…

(NOT) WATER
co-conceived by Sheila Callaghan & Daniella Topol
written by Sheila Callaghan
directed by Daniella Topol
associate playwright Liza Birkenmeier

June 6-30 2017

presented with 3-Legged Dog
in collaboration with Guerilla Science

The full-page New York Times Arts & Leisure feature!
Katie Pearl on the collaborators in The Brooklyn Rail!
The photo essay in The Interval!
The WoW Inaugural Triennial Exhibition in Hyperallergic!

design by Deb O, Ari Fulton, Barbara Samuels,
Broken Chord Collective, Cory Einbinder
science dramaturgy by Guerilla Science

with
Rebecca Hart
Carmen M. Herlihy
Ethan Hova
Polly Lee
April Matthis
Mike Shapiro

April Matthis is “beautifully mordant. Aesthetic pleasures surface…. and (NOT) WATER” may push people to reflect on their own relationship with water.”  – The New York Times

“Deliberately provocative, poetic, immersive, maddening, opaque,
luminous, clever, and heartbreaking”  — Exeunt

“Gorgeous… poignant, transporting and sly” — New York Theatre Review

“Prepare for total immersion!” – The Tribeca Trib

part of Works on Water: 26 days of art + theater 
featuring an INAUGURAL TRIENNIAL of art works on water sharing space with the play (ephemeral, collaborative, time-based, communal – water art has an intrinsic connection to theater!); CONVERSATIONS with artists, scientists, urban planners, architects, thinkers & more curated by Katie Pearl & Guerilla Science; new works by New Georges’ special RESIDENTSand one-of-a-kind off-site art EXPEDITIONS  throughout New York City

 

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