Test Wiki

This is a copy of the UIowa Wiki and should only be used as a read-only reference as it will be periodically reset. No changes made here will be merged with the content in the production environment.

Last Sync with Prod: 6/13/2022

Child pages
  • Info A Blue We All Know Audition Sept 10
Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata


Title

A BLUE WE ALL KNOW

Playwright

Lisa Leaverton

Director

Tim Grady

Category

Presentation

First Rehearsal

Monday, September 29

Load-In/Tech

Sunday Oct. 19

Dress Rehearsals

Tues,Wed Oct. 21, 22

Open

Thursday Oct. 23

Close

Sunday Oct. 26

Holiday Conflicts

September 1, Start of Ramadan
September 29 - October 1, Rosh Hashanah
September 30, Eid al-Fitr
October 8 - 9, Yom Kippur

Roles to be Cast


MAN, an ex-cop, PERSONS OF THE CROWD 1,2, 20's-30's, ethnically diverse hipster artist crowd, Roles demand work with language, diction and entail movement work and audience interaction.

Notices

Some doubling, TBA. There is some semi-nudity, (underwear worn) and profanity. The play involves  choreographed movement but no dance. Some kissing, male and female and female and female.

Notes

Full-Length Play, Original Music composition by George Marie, running one hour and thirty minutes, with a cast size of twelve without doubling. At the center of a table in a working-class household is a conch shell, in which, unknown to its residents, MAN and WOMAN the artist, SEAMUS has found a temporary paradise, living off their table scraps. SEAMUS and WOMAN engage in a dangerous love-affair, in the shadow of MAN'S rage.
Throughout, a CROWD of roving NY hipsters, including BROOK and POWELLY move about, seeking entertainment, in two sound events, as orchestrated by SOUND GUY.
We follow SEAMUS  into smaller and smaller spaces until he crosses the threshold into the imaginary.

  • No labels