April 14, 2011 at 7:30pm to April 20, 2011 at 7:30pm
VANYA is FREE and open to the public.Seating will be very limited so please RSVP: email@example.comAt 7:30pm @ the Mabou Mines Studio, 2nd floor of PS122. April 14, 17, 18, 19, 20Running time: 1 hour 10 min. VANYA takes place years after the end of Chekhov’s play. Much older, only Vanya, Sonya, Yelena and Astrov remain. Part intervention, part re-enactment, the events of the play unfold as the characters attempt to reconstruct the past in a last ditch effort to alter the outcome. The text is…See More
Restless Productions NYC. Conceived & Directed by Mallory Catlett. Performed and co-created by Jeremy Beck, Peter Blomquist & Scott Sowers. Production design by Peter Ksander. Music by Missy Mazzoli, performed by Victoire.
Mallory Catlett is a director/dramaturg who lives and works in NYC. In NYC her work has been seen at: The Ohio, HERE Arts Center, Ontological-Hysteric Theater, PS122, Collapsable Hole, 3 LD, Joe’s Pub, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, Ma-Yi, Culture Project, Labyrinth, Public, NYTW, Free Fall Dance Company & Urban Stages and has been featured at CultureMart, COIL and the Prelude Festivals. International: Western Front & Video In (Vancouver), Exit Festival (Cretiel, France), Dublin Fringe Festival (Ireland), the Noorderzon Festival (Gronignen, Netherlands) & upcoming at Les Escales Improbable (Montreal). Residencies: HERE, Mabou Mines, LMCC, Chashama, Abrons Art Center, Digital Performance Institute, Ontological’s Incubator & Soho Rep Writer/Directors Lab. Funders: NYS Council for the Humanities, NY Music Fund, NYSCA, LMCC, Puffin, Edith Lutyens & Bel Geddes, Tobin Theatre Fund, Mary Duke Biddle, Strickland Family Fund, Greenwall Foundation, MAP Fund, NYSCA Individual Artist Commission and Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. Affiliated Companies include: Restless Production NYC (AD), Banana Bag & Bodice (Ensemble Member), Latitude 14 (Co-AD) & Juggernaut Theatre Company (Assoc. Artist). Her recent production of RED FLY/BLUE BOTTLE (Latitude 14) will tour to EMPAC in Troy, NY in November 2010.