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This Was The End

06/07/18 through 06/16/18

Mabou Mines

150 First Avenue, 122CC, Second Floor Map

212--35-2-0255


07-06-2018 12:00:00 16-06-2018 12:00:00 America/New_York This Was The End Using a quartet of older actors to imply a performance that has been going on, somewhere, for decades . . . (TONY)” THIS WAS THE END is a live remix of voice and image, Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya played back by a cassette tape DJ and mapped onto a wall from the Mabou Mines now demolished studio. Architecture and theatrical legacy conspire to ask: What do we do with our past? What can we make of it? Past and present converge as the wall comes home to Mabou Mines’ new theater. CREATOR/DIRECTOR: Mallory Catlett/Restless NYC CAST: Black-Eyed Susan, G. Lucas Crane, Jim Himelsbach, Rae C Wright & Paul Zimet PRODUCTION TEAM: Sound & Video Manipulation: G. Lucas Crane, Video: Keith Skretch, Set: Peter Ksander, Lights: Chris Kuhl, Choreography: Johanna Meyer, Costumes: Olivera Gajic, Interaction Design: Ryan Holsopple, Technical Director: Bill Kennedy PRODUCERS: RESTLESS NYC, co-produced by Mabou Mines in association with piece by piece productions. Additional funds from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. “Memory and image, literary ghosts and an actual possession all phase together in Mallory Catlett's sublime This Was The End, a postmodern séance for, among other things, downtown New York.” - TIME OUT NY ????? "In Mallory Catlett’s sublime This Was The End . . . the vanished thing you love and miss the most . . . that’s the one that will haunt you." - TIME OUT NY ????? http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=303749 Mabou Mines Mabou Mines

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Using a quartet of older actors to imply a performance that has been going on, somewhere, for decades . . . (TONY)” THIS WAS THE END is a live remix of voice and image, Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya played back by a cassette tape DJ and mapped onto a wall from the Mabou Mines now demolished studio. Architecture and theatrical legacy conspire to ask: What do we do with our past? What can we make of it? Past and present converge as the wall comes home to Mabou Mines’ new theater.

CREATOR/DIRECTOR: Mallory Catlett/Restless NYC

CAST: Black-Eyed Susan, G. Lucas Crane, Jim Himelsbach, Rae C Wright & Paul Zimet

PRODUCTION TEAM: Sound & Video Manipulation: G. Lucas Crane, Video: Keith Skretch, Set: Peter Ksander, Lights: Chris Kuhl, Choreography: Johanna Meyer, Costumes: Olivera Gajic, Interaction Design: Ryan Holsopple, Technical Director: Bill Kennedy

PRODUCERS: RESTLESS NYC, co-produced by Mabou Mines in association with piece by piece productions. Additional funds from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.

“Memory and image, literary ghosts and an actual possession all phase together in Mallory Catlett's sublime This Was The End, a postmodern séance for, among other things, downtown New York.” - TIME OUT NY ?????

"In Mallory Catlett’s sublime This Was The End . . . the vanished thing you love and miss the most . . . that’s the one that will haunt you." - TIME OUT NY ?????

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