Cracked Ice, or Jewels of the Forbidden Skates: Obie Winner Miller in Camp Drama at P.S. 122
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Bad Connections? is a comedic, fly-on-the-wall look at the lives of nine New Yorkers on a rainy day. The one-man show, written and performed by Paul Cosentino, features the actor playing a diverse cast of interrelated characters -- from a middle-aged Jewish wife, to a gay yoga instructor, to a pregnant African-American woman. As the story unfolds, each character tackles tragedy, loss, pain, forgiveness and love. Props are spare, as Cosentino relies on nothing more than a chair, expressive body language and his own keen observations of human nature. Learn More
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In this glittering theatrical extravaganza, the infamous juggling duo, The Liberty Sisters, have been fleeced by an evil ponzi schemer. Sybil and Statua Liberty embark on a mad-cap tour of revenge…but they aren’t the only ones after the greedy crook. Mistaken identities, missed opportunities, star crossed lovers and variety hall numbers all combine to bring East Village high camp back home. It’s tragedy, it’s farce, it’s mystery, it’s mayhem…it’s “Jewels of the Forbidden Skates.”
Starring: Jennifer Miller, Carlton Ward, Ashley Brockington, Rae C. Wright, Sally May, Adrienne Truscott, and Tanya Gagne. Music by Kenny Mellman and design by Jonathon Berger. With additional text for Bernie Madoff by Deb Margolin. Special surprise guest artists each night.
Jennifer Miller is the director of the acclaimed NYC political performance troupe Circus Amok, which she founded in 1989. She is widely recognized for her work and is the recipient of awards including the Obie, Bessie, BAX 10, and most recently the Ethyl Eichelberger Award.
About the Ticket Supplier: Performance Space 122Performance Space 122 is a multi-disciplinary arts center dedicated to finding, developing and presenting new artistic creations from a diversity of cultures and points of view. P.S. 122 provides emerging and mid-career artists an environment that encourages exploration, innovation and risk-taking.
Performance Space 122 is a not-for-profit arts center in New York City, serving the dance and performance community. Over the past 25 years what was once an abandoned school has become one of the world's leading arts institutions, an esteemed presenter of experimental and alternative performance and a home to countless emerging artists.
P.S. 122 now boasts two theatres with presentation programs of dance, performance, music, film, and video, professional technical and administrative staffs, a national touring program, an active commission program, low-cost rehearsal space and more. Its name is synonymous with ground-breaking, adventurous performance and a roster of artists that can mark the beginning of their careers from their performances here is impressive.
Today, Performance Space 122 remains committed to finding, nurturing and presenting the best and the brightest of emerging performing artists as well as discovering artists who are creating new disciplines, defying conventions, and expanding the parameters of performance as we know it.