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Come join us on a trip through the American Dreamscape….
The Planet Connections Theatre Festivity Intern Company
THE SLOW, TORTUROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF STATEN ISLAND & PERTH AMBOY
by Alexis Kozak
directed by Jesse Edward Rosbrow
When Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox eat their way across the country from California to Perth Amboy, NJ, what’s to stop them from devouring NYC’s most underrated borough, Staten Island?! Special appearances by Staten Island, Perth Amboy, an earthquake, Benjamin Franklin, a flock of seagulls, and some crabs!
Aubrey Clinedinst, Katie Healy, Pearl Huang, Miriam Ibrahim, Shannon Keyes, Nicole Loewenstein, Alice Mottola, Jenny Vallancourt
lighting design by Meagan Miller-McKeever
costume design by Aubrey Clinedinst
sound design by Alice Mottola
choreography by Miriam Ibrahim
stage management, assistant direction, and props by Teresa Campbell
produced by Jesse Edward Rosbrow
THE SLOW, TORTUROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF STATEN ISLAND AND PERTH AMBOY will be benefiting Only Make Believe.
Only Make Believe is a non-profit organization that creates and performs interactive theatre for children in hospitals and care facilities. Only Make Believe is dedicated to the principle that freeing a child’s imagination is a valuable part of the healing process.
Since 1999 we have served over 21,000 children in the New York City metropolitan area. Our six week interactive program engages, inspires and empowers children living with chronic illness and disabilities through the collaborative process of theater. We give this service to ALL our hospitals FREE OF CHARGE. In 2011 we will reach 46 hospitals in the New York Metro area, visiting Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Jersey City and Westchester. Our goal is to reach 50 sites in 2012! We rely on generous volunteers and donors to make this happen!
at The Robert Moss Theatre
440 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003
Located at 440 Lafayette St. between Astor Place and 4th St. and across the street from The Public Theater.
Conveniently located near the N, R, W, and 6 trains.
public transportation; sourcing materials; borrowing materials; recycle scenery; minimal design elements; reduce script printing; online communication; reusing tickets; doubled sided playbill; avoiding chemicals; properly recycle