Object

Object

Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?
April 13, 2014
littlefield

**This event is only open to ages 21+**

WHEN
April 13, 2014
7:30pm Doors and Bar
8:00pm Show

WHERE
Littlefield
Take the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, or Q to the Atlantic Terminal
or F, G to Carroll Street

WHAT
An evening of brand new work (from theatre to puppetry to burlesque) unleashed by everyday objects.
ACT ONE: CHAIR
ACT TWO: RUBBER BALL
ACT THREE: PLASTIC BAG

Check out some more photos from the event, here!

WHO
hosted by Anna Abhau Elliott and Alex Fast
video by Kate Freer

installations:
Chair
by Joe Cantalupo and Andy Yanni

Rubber Ball
by Chris Williams

Plastic Bag
by Elinor Thompson and Drew Vanderburg

performances:
Objectified
Attitude Promenade

Smallest Kingdoms
directed by Erin Daley
collaborators: Mary Notari, Rachel Ritacco, Mltchell Conway, and Luke Santy

Chairs for Days
Stefanie Abel Horowitz and Dylan Stephen Levers

The Collection, Pt 1
Emma Reaves // The Other Collective

Part of Your Balls . If I were A Ball
performed by Rachelle Elise
accompanied by Trevor Backman
lyrics by Jaclyn Backhaus and Rachelle Elise
inspired by Alan Manken and Frank Loesser

My Broadway Debut
Derek Smith featuring Dylan O.

The Storm
Little Did Productions

Interns
by T. Adamson and Joel Soren
featuring Jaclyn Backhaus, Jenna Dioguardi, and Amanda Phelan

Dune created the actual bag that was in the
Oscar Winning Film “American Beauty” and now he is
teaching a real live master class that I am attending
(and he’s physically attractive!)

written by Catherine Weingarten
directed by Chelsea Holland and Catherine Weingarten
featuring Ezra Lowrey, Dee Hamid, Brittany Olinkiewicz, and Erika Robel

The Queen of Mass Consumption
performed and co-designed by TJ Burleson
choreographed and co-designed by Teresa Bayer

COST:
FREE! FREE! FREE!
***We will probably ask you for a small donation, and if you don’t give we will give you a dirty look like at the MET. And bring some cash for the bar!***

FGP 2014-03 Ultimate Clash

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