Kampfire PR & Marketing: July 9-15 | Theater 3| The New York Musical Theatre Festival; July 16-20 | Theaterlab | THE TRIP; July 24 – Aug 2 | The Tank | Aztec Economy; July 23 – Aug 23 | Riverside State Park | FREE Harlem Summer Shakespeare; July 29 – Sept 20 | Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row | Triumvirate Artists
July 9-15 | Theater 3| The New York Musical Theatre Festival
All Evan wants to do is forget his complicated relationship with his twin brother and move on, but Charlie’s tangled relationships keep Evan from truly letting go. As he slips into a spiral of self-destruction, Evan must make a stark decision: either accept and forgive his twin brother, or become him.
Through a blend of online content, live performance, and film, THE TRIP adapts the Orpheus & Eurydice myth in two parts. The lovers’ relationship unfolds through a series of videos intended to be viewed before the performance (watch the videos here). They fall more and more in love until unable to bear the distance any longer, they finally agree to meet in the fleshactually, to get married. The wedding and the rest of their story is then staged as a live performance.
An immersive experience entirely lit by headlamps. Following a cave collapse, 5 coal miners struggle to survive the dwindling supply of oxygen, the lack of food and water, the unravelling sense of passing time, and, even more threatening, their own competing natures.A descent into the male psycheincrisis where secret desires, carnal urges, and hidden memories come boiling to the surface in a primitive territory of Earth that mirrors the subliminal mind.
July 29 – Sept 20 | Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row | Triumvirate Artists
“Easily one of the best shows currently in New York… a fast paced gem.”
-Jeff Myhre, New York Theatre Guide
4 suitors, 3 daughters, what’s a father to do? A kind old gentleman believes his deceased wife has forbid their three daughters to marry, until one of the suitors plays a series of tricks that helps him deal with his loss and recover his sanity. A new and refreshing take on Commedia Dell’Arte with a touch of magical realism.