Hetero & The Sea Museum

ctl 2010

2 site-specific reading installations
Presented in association with Crossing the Line


Hetero
written by Lachaud and directed by Arthur Nauzyciel

An all-male cast struggles with concepts of gender in modern society. Humorous and cynical, Hetero is a feminist argument that is, ironically, defined by men.

The Sea Museum
written by Darrieussecq, directed by Daniel Pettrow of the Wooster Group

A family flees their war-torn town, finding refuge in a delapidated marine life museum with a couple and a bizarre creature named Bella.

About Crossing the Line (September 10 – 27, 2010): Crossing the Line is FIAF’s fall festival, conceived as a platform to present vibrant new works by a diverse range of transdisciplinary artists working in France and New York City. It is initiated and produced by FIAF in partnership with leading New York cultural institutions. www.fiaf.org.

Supported in part by Etant donnés, The French-American Fund for the Performing Arts, a Program of FACE

Hetero
Saturday, September 11 –
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Saturday – Tuesday at 7:30PM
Offsite – TBA

SOLD OUT
To add your name to the waiting list:

Email hetero@ps122.org with your choice of date, full name, phone number and number of tickets you would like – maximum of 2 tickets per person.

The Sea Museum
Saturday, September 18 &
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Saturday & Sunday at 3PM
Offsite – The Atlantic Avenue Tunnel*
Atlantic Avenue at Court Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Nearest Transit:
Court St-Borough Hall (2, 3, 4, 5, M, R, W)
Bergen St (F, G)
Jay St (A, C, F)



SOLD OUT
To add your name to the waiting list:
Email seamuseum@ps122.org with your choice of date, full name, phone number and number of tickets you would like – maximum of 2 tickets per person.

*Please wear sneakers or boots (no high heeled shoes). Please bring a flashlight.
The public will climb down a manhole and walk on uneven ground. Please make sure you are capable of such activity.

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