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Green Eyes

Green Eyes

Travis Chamberlain
Green Eyes

“The play is gorgeous: a short, eloquent evening that feels complete, complex, and entirely satisfying. Williams’s dialogue flows with uncanny surprise, catching in its resonance all the psychosexual tension in the alchemy of desire” – The New Yorker, January 2011

“Green Eyes is a tiny, pitch-perfect triumph” – Erik Haagensen, Backstage

“Packs a wallop” – Elisabeth Vincentelli, NY Post

Travis Chamberlain unleashes the newly discovered Tennessee Williams erotic thriller transforming a honeymoon suite into a psychosexual battleground. Erin Markey stars as a ravenous Southern woman determined to satisfy the darkest recesses of her most deviant desires. Canadian heartthrob Adam Couperthwaite costars. This site-adaptive event delves into the disturbing subjectivities that exist in the grey areas where sadomasochistic desire and domestic violence overlap.

Produced by: Carleigh Welsh, Chris Keegan, and Travis Chamberlain

NYC PREMIERE | THEATRE | OFFSITE at The Hudson Hotel (356 West 58th St.)
January 5-30, 2010
Wed, Jan 5 – Sat, Jan 8 8PM & 9:30PM / Sun, Jan 9 5PM & 7PM / Mon, Jan 10 2PM & 4:30PM / Wed, Jan 12 – Sat, Jan 15 8PM & 9:30PM
Extends beyond COIL through January 30.

COIL 2010

Richard Maxwell/NYC Players – Ads
60 Minutes
Upstairs at Performance Space 122

Co-presented with Under The Radar Festival*

“One of the most innovative and essential artists to emerge from American experimental theater in the past decade.” – Ben Brantley, The New York Times

Ads marks a new departure in the work of celebrated downtown auteur Richard Maxwell. In collaboration with photographer/cinematographer Michael Schmelling and Wooster Group technical director Bozkurt Karasu, Maxwell asks whether theatre is possible without a human presence.

Wed, Jan 6 at 10pm | Fri, Jan 8 at 7pm | Sun, Jan 10 at 10pm | Tues, Jan 12 at 10pm Thu, Jan 14 at 10:30pm | Fri, Jan 15 at 8pm | Sat, 16 at 10:30pm | Sun, Jan at 17 5:30pm

EXTENDED at PS122 Wed, Jan 20 – Sun, Jan 31 (Wed – Sat 8pm, Sun 6pm)
ADDED LATE SHOWS: Sat, Jan 23 + Sat, Jan 30 at 10pm / NO SHOW: Thu, Jan 21

Gisèle Vienne/Jonathan Capdeville/Dennis Cooper – Jerk
60 Minutes
Downstairs at Performance Space 122
Co-presented with Under The Radar Festival*

“Jerk might be unbearable for some. But in our eyes, theater so wisely woven with reality, however violent, is wholesome.” – Les Inrockuptibles, France

Gisèle Vienne’s Jerk is based on the chilling text of Dennis Cooper, an author deemed “the most dangerous writer in America” by the Village Voice.

Performed by and created in collaboration with Jonathan Capdevielle

Thu, Jan 7 at 6:30pm | Sat, Jan 9 at 7pm | Sun, Jan 10 at 9:30pm | Mon, Jan 11 at 9:30pm | Thu, Jan 14 at 10pm | Fri, Jan 15 at 7:30pm | Sat, Jan 16 at 10pm | Sun, Jan at 17 6pm

Raymond Scannell & Tom Creed – Mimic
75 Minutes
Upstairs at Performance Space 122

“A compelling constellation… vertiginous, playful and poignant” – Irish Theatre Magazine
Best Male Performer, Dublin Fringe Festival 2009

Performed at a grand piano by one of Ireland’s most exciting new theatrical voices, Mimic is a poetic and extraordinarily prescient solo performance about a culture in economic and spiritual collapse.

Fri, Jan 8 at 10pm | Sat, Jan 9 at 7:30pm | Mon, Jan 11 at 10pm | Tue, Jan 12 at 5pm | Thu, Jan 14 at 8pm | Fri, Jan 15 at 10:30pm | Sat, Jan at 16 8pm | Sun, Jan 17 at 8pm

Rotozaza / Ant Hampton – GuruGuru

50 minutes
In The Classroom at PS122

“Hugely entertaining… This smart, mysterious exercise in programmed thinking and collective chaos is strange but exhilarating.” – The Times

You have been told what to do every moment of the day, for years on end. The voice in your headphones has understood who you are and gives instructions which mirror what you’d be doing anyway. A life free of dither and uncertainty! In your job, this voice is a career-saver… but the day has come when you need to come ‘off the headphones’. You need help.
A Rotozaza Production by Ant Hampton, with Joji Koyama and Isambard Khroustaliov

Jan 6 – 8, Jan 11 – 12 at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
Jan 9 at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
Jan 10 at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 10pm

Edgar Oliver – East 10th Street: Portrait with Empty House
50 Minutes
Downstairs at Performance Space 122
Presented by Brian Barnhart, Axis Theatre and Richard Jordan Productions Ltd

“… a judiciously austere production… sweet and sinister… (Oliver is) a living work of theater all by himself.” – Ben Brantley, New York Times

“…an outlandish cast, worthy of Dostoyevsky… creepy and droll beyond words… a pitch-perfect delivery… profoundly affecting.” – New York Press

Direct from its sell-out Off-Broadway season, legendary New York theater-icon Edgar Oliver weaves a fantastical and hilarious voyage through the dark and strange rooms of his East Village tenement building.

Wed, Jan 6 at 9:30pm | Thu, Jan 7 at 9:30pm | SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW: Sat, Jan 9 | Sun, Jan 10 at 4:30pm |Mon, Jan 11 at 7pm | Tue, Jan 12 at 7pm | Thu, Jan 14 at 7:30pm | Fri, Jan 15 at 10pm | Sat, Jan 16 at 7:30pm | Sun, Jan 17 at 8:30pm

Morgan Thorson & LOW – Heaven
50 Minutes
Upstairs at Performance Space 122

“A near-imperceptible hum that mutates into angelic, wordless plainsong; later it embraces a grating, blurry rock effect and beautiful, hymnlike fragments sung by the group.” – New York Times

“The dancing follows a slowly expanding path…the hourlong “Heaven” feels mesmerizingly driven by a taut inner logic.” – New York Times

“Thorson grips us to extremes, where beauty and madness overlap.” – Eva Eva Yaa Asantewaa

After sold out performances in October 2009, Morgan Thorson’s “Heaven” returns to PS122 with the sublime band LOW in this real-time performance ritual.

Thu, Jan 7 at 5pm | Sat, Jan 9 at 5pm | Sun, Jan 10 at 5pm | Mon, Jan 11 at 7:30pm | Tue, Jan 12 at 7:30pm

Temporary Distortion – Americana Kamikaze
70 minutes
Upstairs at Performance Space 122

“Go to the theatre to see death performed live to really test your limits.”- The New York Times
Following a critically acclaimed run at PS122 in November, 2009, Americana Kamikaze once again is haunted by vengeful spirits, impossible physical manipulations, elliptical storylines, creepy sound designs, equally creepy cinematography, and bizarrely happy endings.

SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW: Fri, Jan 8 | Sat, Jan 9 at 10pm | Sun, Jan 10 at 7:30pm | Mon, Jan 11 at 5pm

Lisa D’Amour & Katie Pearl with Emily Johnson – Terrible Things
60 minutes
Downstairs at Performance Space 122

“Next time D’Amour and Pearl bring their enchanting work to town be sure to take it in.” – John del Signore, The Gothamist
Science Tuesday meets Oklahoma angst as Lisa D’Amour and Katie Pearl return to PS122 and get up close and in between molecules, quarks and memories.

Fri, Jan 8 6:30pm | Sat, Jan 9 9:30pm | Sun, Jan 10 7pm | Tue, Jan 12 4:30pm

Megan V. Sprenger/mvworks – …within us.
60 minutes
Downstairs at Performance Space 122

“It is both striking and antiseptic. You think of office spaces, study halls, waiting rooms; the places in between the action.” – Claudia LaRocco, The New York Times

Set in a 360 degree hyper-intimate environment with audience members integrated among the performers …within us. examines the human instincts that lay at the core of physical & emotional conflict and continues mvworks’ investigation of kinetic transfer through movement.

Wed, Jan 6 6:30pm | Fri, Jan 8 9:30pm | Sat, Jan 9 4:30pm

Off-Site COIL Performances

LeeSaar The Company – Prima

55 minutes
Offsite at the Jewish Community Center

“LeeSaar’s dances always require unwavering attention” – Jennifer Dunning, The New York Times
In Prima, four arresting performers explore a world of pure sensation and energy. Teasing out the feminine and the virile, they are alternately playful and bashful as they navigate sexuality and temptation.

Thu, Jan 7 8pm | Sat, Jan 9 8pm | Sun, Jan 10 3pm
Tickets available through the JCC

WaxFactory – Blind.ness

60 minutes
Offsite at Abrons Arts Center

“You’ll go wild for this” – John Del Signore, Gothamist

The globe trotting, discipline-bending, unmistakably downtown WaxFactory presents a stellar female cast on an emotional roller coaster ride across the dark, and ultimately humorous underbelly of love.

Wed, Jan 6 – Tue, Jan 12 8pm

Tickets available through the Abrons Arts Center

Maria Hassabi – SoloShow
60 minutes
Offsite at a private studio
West 27th btwn 6th & 7th

“Gazing at this exquisitely designed living sculpture, you also feel your own body straining with Hassabi, and in the slow friction between these two views, mysterious emotions ignite.” – Deborah Jowitt, The Village Voice

Hassabi continues her rigorous exploration of representations of the female body – embedded within art history, pop culture, and the performance of daily life – dissolving into the physicality of contemporary dance.

Jan 11 at 4:30pm | Jan 12 at 4:30pm | Jan 12 at 9:30pm
Tickets are available for online reservations with a PS122 Passport or by appointment only. Seating is limited. Please contact with your preferred date and time. Your reservation will be confirmed.

The National Theater of the United States of America – CHAUTAUQUA!
75 Minutes
Offsite at The Public Theater
Co-presented with Under The Radar Festival*

“One of the most exciting and eccentric young theater companies in town.”
-The New York Times
Winners of the 2007 Spalding Gray Award, NTUSA returns to NYC to channel the form and style of the original Chautauqua Lectures through their own inimitable aesthetic and theatrical rhythm.

Offsite – Tickets available through The Public Theater
Thu, Jan 7 9:30pm | Sat, Jan 9 7pm | Tues, Jan 12 9:30pm | Thu, Jan 14 9:30pm | Fri, Jan 15 9:30pm | Sat, Jan 16 9:30pm | Sun, Jan 17 3pm

Reid Farrington – Gin & “It”
90 minutes
Offsite at 3LD Art & Technology Center
Co-presented with Under The Radar Festival* in association with 3LD Art & Technology Center

“What beauty there is in Mr. Farrington’s work.” – Claudia La Rocco, The New York Times

For his next work Gin & “It”, Reid Farrington’s principle source is a film from the Master of
Suspense. Again Farrington collaborates with film historians and archivists to bring a classic film to the stage with his own boundary-pushing melding of projected imagery and live drama.

Thu, Jan 7- Sat, Jan 9 + Thu, Jan 15 – Sat, Jan 16 at 9pm
OFFICIAL NY PREMIERE: Performance Space 122 April 2010

Tickets available through 3LD Art & Technology Center

January 6-17, 2010
View the COIL-AT-A-GLANCE master calendar
*Under The Radar Festival 2010 is a program of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, and is held in conjunction with APAP Conference NYC 2010. Major funding is provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Ford Foundation. The Festival is produced by Mark Russell and The Public Theater.



By Ant Hampton, with Joji Koyama and Isambard Khroustaliov

“Hugely entertaining… This smart, mysterious exercise in programmed thinking and collective chaos is strange but exhilarating.” – The Times

“You may find yourself frantically looking for yourself again in the moments after the performance has finished.” – The Guardian

You have been told what to do every moment of the day, for years on end. The voice in your headphones has understood who you are and gives instructions which mirror what you’d be doing anyway. A life free of dither and uncertainty! In your job, this voice is a career-saver… but the day has come when you need to come ‘off the headphones’. You need help.

Five participants enter a brightly lit room, there are five chairs positioned around a TV. A session begins, and as each audience member follows different instructions via headphones, they begin to understand ‘who they are’. Proceedings are led by an on-screen, animated character – whose twin roles of marketing and spiritual Guru are confused by his reliance on untested and accident-prone technologies. The overproduced, digital sheen of our focus-group world cracks open into a colourful volcano of boiling absurdity. A hilarious chaos develops, exposing today’s consumer-mad inability to distinguish between what we want, and what we need.

A Rotozaza Production By Ant Hampton, with Joji Koyama and Isambard Khroustaliov

Commissioned by Fusebox Festival, Texas
Produced by ArtsAgenda

Presented as part of COIL 2010

Supported by the British Council.
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50 minutes
January 6-12, 2010
Jan 6 – 8, Jan 11 – 12:
Performances daily 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
Sat, Jan 9: Performances 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
Sun, Jan 10: Performances 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 10pm

Coil 2009

Pan Pan – The Crumb Trail
The death of the Fairy Tale. Where did being good ever get anyone?
It’s a sort of detective story, sharp and blunt. Detecting where we are at – but in the dark.
Can we not engage with reality anymore? Ice caps are melting and I’m watching people I don’t know on ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.’ Run time: 1 hour 20
Wed, Jan 7 6:30p |
Thu, Jan 8 10:30p |
Fri, Jan 9 2:30p |
Sun, Jan 11 7p |
Mon, Jan 12 3:30p |
Extended: Jan 15 – Jan 17

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Joseph Silovsky – Jester of Tonga
“Wonderfully sweet and quirky” – Culturebot
At last, the man known as one of downtown’s technological wizards steps out from behind the curtain. Silovsky and his robot Stanley tell the very true and complex story of Jesse Dean, the sensational modern-day Court Jester to the Tongan Royal Court. Run time: 1 hour
Wed, Jan 7 10p |
Fri, Jan 9 7:30p |
Sat, Jan 10 2:30p |
Mon, Jan 12 9:30p
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Lewis Forever – LEWIS FOREVER: Freak the Room
LEWIS FOREVER is three sisters and a brother, a director, two dancers and a musician. What happens when we freak the fiction of cultural and familial identification? There is play, fantasy, sex and violence. There is an impostor. Words seem to come out almost right. Reactions test their relationships to actions and everything appears as more than it seems. Performance Space 122 is their living room – and they will freak it. Run time: 1 hour
Wed, Jan 7 7p |
Fri, Jan 9 10p |
Sat, Jan 10 6:30p |
Tue, Jan 13 3p
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Okwui Okpokwasili – Pent Up: A Revenge Dance
Bessie Award-winner and beloved downtown actress Okwui Okpokwasili spins a modern multi-character folktale. In it, she portrays a woman in exile who sees and seeks revenge as a way of reconciling her present impoverished condition with the belief that she’s a direct descendant of the sun. Run time: 1 hour
Sun, Jan 11 7:30p |
Mon, Jan 12 2:30p | Extended: Feb 10 – 22

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Ella Hickson/Tantrum Productions – Eight

A collection of extraordinary tales of remarkably self aware young adults: a politically conservative prostitute keeping old values alive; a hugely successful stockbroker walking out of his life; a gallery owner discovering the suicide of his partner hanging by an Hermes scarf. Run time: 2.5 hours
Tue, Jan 6 7:30p |
Thu, Jan 8 7:30p |
Fri, Jan 9 2pm | Sun, Jan 11 2pm | Extended: Jan 14 – 25

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Temporary Distortion – Welcome to Nowhere (bullet hole road)
“A daring performance about memory and identity.” – Village Voice
Part road movie, part fractured memory, part love story. A hybrid of theater and cinema, staged in Temporary Distortion’s claustrophobic boxlike installation. Run time: 1 hour
Wed, Jan 7 10:30p |
Thu, Jan 8 2:30p |
Sat, Jan 10 7p |
Tue, Jan 13 7:30p
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The Shalimar – Trash Warfare

“The most exciting young American company I have seen up here so far this century.”
– Financial Times
Phaedra. The original MILF. Live music, frenetic dance, fierce boxing, raw meat, and nobody’s telling the truth. 8 wild performers satirize America’s celebrity obsession in the midst of war. Grab a ringside seat and be careful of blood splatter. Flash photography is encouraged. Run time: 75 minutes
Thu, Jan 8 3p |
Sat, Jan 10 10p |
Mon, Jan 12 6:30p |
Tue, Jan 13 7p
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LeeSaar – Geisha
“Geisha,” by LeeSaar The Company, is a trio with a sexy, raw edge that belies an underlying sense of vulnerability. – The New Yorker, 2008
“LeeSaar’s dances always require unwavering attention, they are powerful. “Geisha” is one of their strongest and most fascinating excursions into territory whose physical and emotional atmospheres are a coolly seething whole.”
-Jennifer Dunning , The NY Times, 2008. Runtime: 1 hour
Sat, Jan 10 2p |
Mon, Jan 12 7p

The BodyCartography Project – Holiday House
“The pleasure of viewing is so intense here, so fun as to be nearly guilty.”-Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine. On holiday the normal sequence of time unravels, regular activities, chores and spatial awareness of ordinary places are deconstructed or completely altered, perception bends. Reality shifts. Dance and video artists Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad are co-directors of the BodyCartography Project and have been collaborating for ten years. Run time: 50 minutes
Fri, Jan 9 7p |
Sat, Jan 10 10:30p |
Mon, Jan 12 10p |
Tue, Jan 13 3:30p

Palissimo – Blind Spot
“Blind Spot casts a potent spell.” – Deborah Jowitt, The Village Voice
Pavel Zustiak, the 2007 recipient of The Princess Grace Award in Choreography, reprises the acclaimed Blind Spot at Performance Space 122 and creates a world where that which is no longer seen, heard, nor felt reoccurs as an unwelcome guest. Numb senses retrieve their former abilities and experience the world as if for the first – or last – time. Run time: 1 hour
Thu, Jan 8 7p |
Fri, Jan 9 10:30p
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Reid Farrington – The Passion Project
“One of the most satisfying theatrical experiences I’ve had in ages” writes Claudia La Rocco
Carl Th. Dreyer’s 1928 immortal masterpiece is exploded into three dimensions. With multiple projection surfaces and one single actor, Farrington explores the intersection of live performance and film giving us a complete look at the outtakes and reels that were lost to fire, like Joan of Arc herself.
Jan 10 – 17: 3p & 9:30p | Jan 13 – 3p ONLY | Jan 14 – 9:30p ONLY
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The TEAM – Architecting
“a remarkable piece of work…” -The Financial Times
A collision of horses, sex and hoop skirts, burning plantations and nasty hurricanes in this musical, time-bending, multi-media epic that weaves through the country’s future, present and past in a modern American requiem. Reconstructions, real and imagined, of citizens and nations.
Fri, Jan 9 8p | Sat, Jan 10 1p | Sun, Jan 11 7p | Wed, Jan 14 7p | Thu, Jan 15 7p | Sat, Jan 17 7p | Sun, Jan 18 2p | Extended: At Performance Space 122, Jan 22 – Feb 15
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Jan 6-14, 2009

COIL 2008



Performance Space 122 presents its annual winter event The Coil Festival featuring some of the best up and coming artists in New York’s underground performance scene. Dancers, actors and performance artists round out this incredible line-up for January 2008.

London-based 1927 bring their award-winning hit Between The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea to PS122 from January 9-27. This wildly inventive cabaret combines music, animation, and film to create a surreal satire that has delighted audiences all over the world. “I doubt you will see anything this deliciously nasty all year.” -The Guardian.
Winner, 2007 Edinburgh Fringe First Award, Herald Angel Award, Total Theater Award for Best Emerging Company, and the Carol Tambor Award.
SHOWTIMES: Jan 9th at 7pm, Jan 11th at 7pm, Jan 12th at 10pm, Jan 13th at 3pm, Jan 14th at 9pm. Production continues until January 27th, shows at 8pm.
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Deganit Shemy and Company
Lauded Israeli choreographer Deganit Shemy premiers a new work entitled Iodine which meticulously dissects self-exploration and self-consciousness. In a static landscape of hidden potential movement, Deganit explores the violence of a gesture, boundaries between the beautiful and grotesque and deftly interweaves morality and immorality. Prepare to squirm.
SHOWTIMES: Jan 10th at 7pm, Jan 13th at 6pm.
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beethoven liveLaS Company
Czech artists Kristina Lhotakova and Ladislav Soukup present a unique piece of documentary dance-theater using “real people” as the performers with surprising and sexy results. Set in winter 1996 in Rockville, Maryland, the story involves a family, a few guests, assorted farm animals, and a badly behaved dog.
SHOWTIMES: Jan 9th at 10pm, Jan 10th at 10pm, Jan 12th at 7pm, Jan 13th at 9pm
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Maria Hassabi
Named by Time Out New York as one of “25 Ace New Yorkers
to Keep an Eye On” in 2006, choreographer Maria Hassabi presents a
fascinating duet with Hristoula Harakas that mesmerizes audiences with
living sculpture that becomes a tour of their own fantasies.
The boundaries between dance, artwork, installation and performance are subtly blurred… every sculptural position suggests unverifiable meaning.” –New York Times
SHOWTIMES:, Jan 11th at 10pm, Jan 12th at 3pm
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the TEAM
Visit a Kansas where parents vanish, aliens grow in cornfields, New Yorkers fall from the sky, and dead democrats stop by for Christmas dinner…
The TEAM returns to PS122 for a limited engagement following last spring’s sold-out run, awarded 5-Stars by Time Out New York: “Simultaneously intelligent, rueful, celebratory, delightful and devastatingly sad… the show actually lives up to its ambitions.”
Sold-out in London and at the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Winner of Best Production Dublin Fringe 2007 and the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe First Award, Particularly In the Heartland is a hilarious new play about losing sight of America and trying to fall back in love with it. EXTENDED RUN EXTENDED RUN: Jan 23-27
Wed – Sun at 7:30 pm
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rising fallenBanana Bag and Bodice
With lyrics as lacerating as they are poetic, Banana Bag and Bodice creates this hit theatre/music event that tells tall tales of a legendary punk band on a tour through the Scandinavian Oil Rig circuit. “…brilliant satire that sends up conventional thought about irony, sincerity, contemporary theatre, while kicking up buckets of piss and vinegar throughout
– FlavorPill
Winners of Best Production, Dublin Fringe 2006.
SHOWTIMES: Jan 10th at 6.30pm, Jan 11th at 9:40pm, Jan 12th at 3.30pm, Jan14th at 9.30pm and Jan 15th at 9.30pm
Extended Run: Jan 17, Jan 18, Jan 19 at 8:00 p.m.
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what if saori?John Moran and Saori
What if Saori Had a Party? is the latest opera-ballet from the composer Philip Glass called the most important working composer today. Through a masterful rendering of sound and synchronized action, this show tells the story of a delightful animated television host who desperately wishes for a birthday. Read the Village Voice Review.
SHOWTIMES: Jan 9th at 9.30pm, Jan10th at 3:30pm, Jan 11th at 6.30pm, Jan 12th at 9.30 pm and Jan 13th at 6.30pm
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Paola Prestini and VisionIntoArt
Enter the strange and beautiful world of Italian born composer Paola Prestini and Serbian composer Milica Paranosic in their newest transmedia creation, VioLens. Walking the line between humor and horror, using sculptures and visual art by Erika Harrsch, projections by Carmen Kordas, animation by Martha Colburn, and breathtaking new musical compositions, Violens explores three classic children’s tales and their modern counterparts.
SHOWTIMES: Jan 13th at 3.30pm and Jan 14th at 6.30pm

Rob Roth and Theo Kogan
Conceived and directed by Rob Roth with Theo Kogan and her band “Theo and the Skyscrapers”, Screen Test is a live theater rock concert that blends haunting romantic imagery and modern apocalyptic paranoia with the gritty sensibility of underground NYC. Iconic punk front woman, Theo Kogan, hypnotizes the audience in this sci-fi dreamacape of hard rock, lush projections, and 1950s Hollywood.
SHOWTIMES: (off site at Abrons Art Center, 466 Grand St.) Jan 12th and Jan 13th at 8.30pm
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C’est Duckie!
Performance Space 122 imports London-based performance troupe Duckie and their smash hit, C’est Duckie!, the Olivier award-winning, interactive nightclub performance experience, for a wild and absolutely outrageous alternative to traditional holiday fare.
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Jan 9-15, 2008

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