Live Multimedia Art Festival Sketchbook 5 Collaboraction
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All offers for Sketchbook 5 Collaboraction have expired.
The last date listed for Sketchbook 5 Collaboraction was Thursday June 23, 2005 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Chopin Theatre Mainstage:
- Full Price:
- $15.00 - $35.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $17.50
Adapted from Herman Melville's white whale of a novel, Moby Dick, this love letter to American theatre finds the book's Pequod boat crew transformed into the Bad Settlement Theatre Company. Between their rundown surroundings, flagging finances, a newbie of a stage manager and an artistic director who's consumed with the singular focus of putting on the first-ever flawless production of Moby Dick, it's safe to say that this crew is definitely in deep water. A drama that sways towards satire and is populated with bold, scrappy, lovable characters, Season on the Line is a sincere tribute to the trials, tribulations and triumphs that abound in the world of theatre. Learn More
Sketchbook 5 is a lively celebration of staged theatrical works, music, and fine art in a series of 13 single-night events. This year’s Sketchbook features 18 world premiere short plays culled from over 600 global submissions; visual art curated by a team led by James Rondeau of the Art Institute; and a unique collection of live musicians and DJs.
Theatre: Lance Baker, Sandra Delgado, Sean Graney, Brett C. Leonard, Wendy MacLeod, Frank Maugeri, Anthony Moseley, Brett Neveu, Adam Rapp, Steve Scott, Kimberly Senior, Michael Shannon
Music: Yuri Lane, Steve Evans Quartet, Traxx
Visual Art: Gabert Farrar, Krista Peel, Carrie Gundersdorf, Melanie Schiff
World Premiere Plays:
1. Baby Let You Follow Me Down by Lindsay Porter, directed by Joel Moorman
2. Beauty and Light by Brett C. Leonard, directed by Anthony Moseley
3. Delivery by Mickle Maher, directed by Chloe Johnston
4. The End of Time by Seth Bockley, directed by Frank Maugeri
5. I’ll Never Tell You by Stephen Cone, directed by Jimmy McDermott
6. Let it Burn by Jae Kramisen, directed by Dana Friedman
7. Live Tsunami Footage by Sean Graney, directed by Sean Graney
8. Magpie and the Cat by David Greig, directed by Amanda Delheimer
9. The Outline by Philip Dawkins, directed by Jeff Christian
10. Photo Opportunity by Wendy MacLeod, directed by Eric Ziegenhagen
11. The Pong by Brett Neveu, directed by Lance Baker
12. Radio City by Laurel Haines, directed by Sandra Delgado
13. Rosenthal Trio by Jesse Weaver, directed by John Gawlik
14. The Same Dream Of Mr. Swifty Du Pont by Tim Nordwind, directed by Alex Harvey
15. Sandy Simon In Her Backyard, circa 1989 by Emily Schwartz, directed by Kimberly Senior
16. Should’ve Never by Adam Rapp, directed by Joanie Schultz
17. Un Robot by Laura Jacqmin, directed by Jeremy Wechsler
18. Vanishing Act by Sarah Gubbins, directed by Steve Scott