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Two Sides
Can two sides ever tell the whole story?
By Alexandra Siladi
Presented by Black Lodge Theater
Benefiting Planned Parenthood NYC

TICKETS
Teatro LATEA @ The Clemente
Friday 7/13 @7:30pm-9:00pm
Sunday 7/15 @11:45am-1:00pm
Tuesday 7/17 @9:30pm-11:00pm
Tuesday 7/24 @5:30pm-7:00pm
Saturday 7/28 @9:15pm-10:45pm
Sunday 7/29 @9:30pm-11:00pm

Read the press release for TWO SIDES on Broadway World.

TWO SIDES is about a woman grappling with loss – lost love, lost life, and lost identity. The year is 1999 and Y2K is on the horizon. When Mimi’s mother dies, she finds herself adrift in New York City and becomes tangled in a dangerous love triangle. Alexandra Siladi is a 2012 Planet Connections Award Winner for Outstanding Original Production and Outstanding Director.


CAST

Starring Grant Harrison*, Sarah Grace Sanders*, Tori Smith, and Viviana Valeria
*These Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.


PRESS

“Director Alexandra Siladi’s dark and moody staging deepens the jaded view of the men’s microcosm…The production is stunning from the first moment to the last.” — Karen Totora-Lee, “The Happiest Medium” on “The American Play”, June 20, 2012
http://thehappiestmedium.com/2012/06/the-american-play-2012-planet-connections/

Alexandra Siladi News on Broadway World

VICE on Black Lodge Theater event “Beyond Wild at Heart”, November 2014


CREATIVE TEAM

Alexandra Siladi (Playwright/Director) is Artistic Director of Black Lodge Theater. A graduate of UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, and Television, works that she directed, produced, designed, and developed have been seen in New York at the Bleecker Street Theater, JACK NYC, Galapagos Art Space, The Access Theater, The Brick Theater, The Silent Barn, and The Collapsable Hole.  She started her career in theater working on productions with Theater for a New Audience, The Wooster Group, and The Westport Country Playhouse. In LA, she was an Associate Producer with The People’s Theater, finding locations for site-specific, collaborative, dinner theater works. Alexandra’s collage and video work have been shown at the Pen & Brush Gallery (NYC). In addition to her creative work, Alexandra has worked in development-based positions at premiere cultural organizations across New York City, including BAM, Museum of the Moving Image, The New York Public Library, and currently, the Film Society of Lincoln Center. http://tajlisiladi.com/.

Nora Bussolari (Costume Designer)
Santiago Casanova (Production Designer)
Lizzie Mahoney (Lighting Designer) is currently finishing up a BFA in Theatre Design/Technology at SUNY Purchase with a concentration in lighting design. She has a strong theatre background, but also has experience in film, opera, television, dance, events, and concert design. Lizzie is from Houston, TX and moved to NY for school. She’s a trained competitive dancer and when she’s not designing, she enjoys exploring new music and practicing yoga.
Mark Sanders (Sound Designer)

Matt Tierney‘s (Set Designer/Artist) works have been featured in shows alongside Andy Warhol. He was mentored by David Hockney.

 

 

Black Lodge Theater is a production house based in Brooklyn that was founded with the mission to explore the absurdities of reality. Members include producers, directors, writers, designers, actors, managers, artists, publicists, musicians, and filmmakers of all ages, ethnicities, and genders. We fulfill our mission by bringing obscure and world-premiere theatrical works to the stage with a cinematic eye and by fostering a community through collaboration between mediums. Under the curatorial vision of Artistic Director Alexandra Siladi, Black Lodge Theater lives for an audience who is open to challenging the limits of performance by engaging with plays that are honest, confrontational, and darkly comedic containing elements of magical-realism. BLACK LODGE THEATER is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of their work must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.


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