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sheep #1 ~PLUS~ It's the JonBenét Ramsey Show! ~PLUS~ A Song to Sail On
Nekaa Lab / Sachiyo Takahashi ~PLUS~ Clara Elser ~PLUS~ Drama of Works
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 7:30PM

Dixon Place
161A Chrystie Street
Btwn Rivington & Delancey
New York, NY 10002
F to 2ND AVE, B/D to GRAND, J/Z to BOWERY, 6 to SPRING, M to ESSEX


sheep #1
Nekaa Lab / Sachiyo Takahashi

Inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s writings, sheep #1 is the adventure of a sheep in search of the meaning of life. The performance is in the style of Microscopic Live Cinema-Theatre, where the performer manipulates small characters who are magnified with a video camera and projector. This creates an intimate dream-like experience by combining cinematic presentation and live operation. An abstract storytelling, sheep #1 is told without spoken words, accompanied by Electroacoustic music and a live musician.

It's the JonBenét Ramsey Show!
Clara Elser

JonBenét Ramsey’s got something to say, and now she’s got her own talk show! With the help of her trusty sidekick, Mr. Bear, she sets out to cover the hot topics of the day, from politics to pop culture and everything in between. Giving voice to a silent star, the piece provides an examination of America’s endless fascination with cute little blonde girls.

A Song to Sail On
Drama of Works

When the life of a prominent Armenian composer is threatened by the impending Ottoman forces, Grikor Suni is forced to choose between finding the family he has built or certain death. Although his acclaim gives him certain stature, all is washed away as bloodshed tears through the peasantry and the elite. Inspired by the real life of Grikor Suni and the plight of all persecuted peoples then and now, this piece departs from the biographical realities of one man’s life to explore the possible outcomes of a life torn apart by war and the choices one must make at a moment’s notice.

Tickets: $15 in advance, $18 at the door, $12 students / seniors / ID NYC