Tulpa, Or Anne&Me

Even imaginary friends have issues.

TULPA, OR ANNE&ME

benefiting The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond

produced by Crossroads Theatre Project

Written by Shawn C. Harris

Directed by Sara Lyons

Tulpa, or Anne&Me explores a strange friendship that begins with an artist whose lonely world gets turned upside down when Anne Hathaway crawls out of her television. As their friendship blossoms, they begin to examine how race impacts their lives as women, as friends, and as human beings.

 


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Genre: Drama, African-American Issues, LGBT Issues

Planet Connections Theatre Festivity offers its congratulations to the cast and crew for the following nominations. For more information, please visit our award nominations page at http://planetconnections.org/planet-connections-nominees-2011/:

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play, Outstanding Sound Design


Thursday, June 2nd @ 6:00PM

Friday, June 3rd @ 4:00PM

Thursday, June 16 at 8:00PM

Sunday, June 19th @ 8:15PM


90 minutes


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, MFTA; sharing/borrowing materials; minimal design elements; energy efficient lighting; recycle paper, bottles, etc; sharing scripts; printing double-sided; online communication; paperless marketing; half-page, double sided playbill

What is Crossroads Theatre Project doing to make sustainable theatre? Paperless marketing! Find out more at “http://planetconnectionsgreenroom.blogspot.com/2011/05/crossroads-theatre-project-starting-off.html