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Artaud…mon mômo


This production features Planet Connections award-winning artists.*

Benefiting: The LIT Fund
Produced by
: ETdC Projects’ Lab
Written, Designed and Directed by
Roi Escudero

Inspired by the lucid madness of a beloved genius.
Documentary theatre and performance art-cinema™

 

Mardi Gras is happening outside and the audience is trapped inside Artaud’s mind. The only ones coming in and out of that endless space are the Marx Brothers. Absurd, they throw life in your face, celebrating this cruel world, and Dr. Ferdière cannot do anything about it!

Venue: The Robert Moss (440 Lafayette Street) 3rd Floor
Schedule:

Tuesday 6/11/13 – 4:00pm
Wednesday 6/12/13 – 9:00pm
Saturday 6/15/13 – 9:00pm
Monday 6/17/13 – 9:00pm
Friday 6/21/13 – 7:00pm

Artaud…mon mômo runs 1 hour and 10 minutes with no intermission

Tickets:  $18 General Admission, $9 for Film/Music Participants, FREE for Theatre Festivity Participants. Click here to reserve your seats!

Genre: Performance-art, Documentary Theater, Musical Play, Visual Theatre, Multimedia, Poetry, One-Acts, Experimental.

 

Cast
(in order of appearance)
Brad Burgess
Mika Oyaizu
Kimberly Carvalho
Ashley Carvalho
Bryant Carroll*
Roi Escudero

Dance performed and choreographed by Mika Oyaizu, Kimberly and Ashley Carvalho.

Special appearance Erika Bracy Mendoza.

 

Production Credits
Production Design Installation, Mise-en-scène: screen set, costumes, masks, projection design and video-art by Roi Escudero.
Technical Director and Light Designer: Ryan Metzler
Stage Manager and Multimedia Assistant: Valentin Ewan
Assistant Video Editing: Jack Placidi
Virtual Paintings by James Ewan
Original songs by La Banda Argentina and Roi Escudero

The production includes others popular songs.

 

 

*Artaud…mon mômo features artists who has received the following awards and nominations from Planet Connections:

2012 – (B=Essence)
Nominee – Outstanding Performance-Art-Multimedia Event, Video and Projections (Roi Escudero)
Winner –  Outstanding Actor
Nominee – Outstanding Actor in a Featured Role.

 2011 – (The Matra India)
Winner – Outstanding Performance-Art-Multimedia Event
Nominee – Outstanding Overall Production of a Short Play (Roi Escudero)
Nominee – Outstanding Choreography (Mika Oyaizu)
(3 other nominations)

2010 – (11 seconds of ecstasy)
Winner – Outstanding Multimedia Event, Use of Projections, Special Effects (Roi Escudero)
Nominee– Outstanding Overall Production of a New Play, Outstanding Sound Design and Outstanding Director (Roi Escudero)
Nominee – Outstanding Choreography (Mika Oyaizu)
(3 other nominations)

 

 

Special Thanks to Patrons of the Arts Joan and Frederick Nicholas, founder and former Chairman of the Board of The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Los Angeles, CA, and The Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation. The Living Theatre, Planet Connections, Theatre Festivity, Andy Chmelko, Lidia Suarez , the cast and production team. Roi Escudero is a proud member of the New York City Indie Theatre, the League of Independent Theater, and the LIT Fund. Her work is under the umbrella of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization.

Actors’ Equity Association (“AEA” or “Equity”), founded in 1913, is the labor union that represents more than 45,000 Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions and provides a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans, for its members. Actors’ Equity is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions.

*AEA member – Bryant Carroll appears  courtesy of

Postcard – ©2013 A still image from Breach, a Roi  Escudero multimedia video for Artaud mon mômo mise-en-scène All rights reserved World Wide roiescuderobubi@yahoo.com


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