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Yehuda Hyman's beautiful "The Mar Vista" begins performances at Signature Theatre Center next week! March 5 - 23 in the Ford Studio. “The Mar Vista” is a documentary-style dance-theater piece about Yehuda’s family coming to America, his mother's adventurous love life, and Yehuda's own journey as a queer artist
head to www.themarvistaplay.com for tix!
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Visionary artist-activist @lola_arias_works speaks with @silviarottenberg for @hyperallergic about touring MINEFIELD around the world, bringing the show to America earlier this year, and moving to Berlin to develop her newest project! "Conflict lies at the heart of theater. Action in fictional theater is generated by conflict. In my documentary projects I work with communities that are in tension with one another. And together we reconstruct history, which in itself is conflictive because everyone has different perspectives on what has happened — whether that is Communism, war, or dictatorship. My works are polyphonic, uniting people with different points of views. It is history seen through the eyes of these persons, without a pretense to being universal, which, through its subjectivity, becomes universal."
2018 was an adventurous year for Octopus Theatricals! We are immensely grateful to all our supporters, audiences, and artists, and we cannot wait for what 2019 has in store!
Team Octopus pictured here: Bryan Hunt (Production Coordinator), Mara Isaacs (Founder and Executive/Creative Producer), and Ronee Penoi (Associate Producer.) #2019#2018#octopustheatricals#creativeproducer#independentproducer#producer
Phantom Limb Company’s Falling Out is now in performances at BAM – the third production in a trilogy 10 years in the making! Catch the show tonight at 7:30pm and Saturday at 7:30pm!
And check out this wonderful article published in Vogue Magazine about Jessica Grindstaff and Erik Norse Sanko's process and their values and visions as artist-activists
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Just announced for the @publictheaterny 2019 Under The Radar Festival!
MINEFIELD by Lola Arias
January 11th - January 13th at NYU Skirball
In her trademark political and playful style, Lola Arias brings together British and Argentinian veterans of the Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas war to share their first-hand experience of the conflict and life since. Digging deep into the personal impact of war, MINEFIELD is a collaboratively created new work that merges theatre and film to explore the minefield of memory, where truth and fiction collide.