After a fantastic opening weekend with a couple of sold out performances, At-TEN-tion Span continues in the Gordon Square Theatre!
“You’ll walk out from At-TEN-tion Span with your senses tweaked and your perspectives altered.” ~ Christine Howey, Rave and Pan
In the James Levin Theatre, Big Box ’12 rolls into week 4 with a double bill.
The Negro Perkins,written and directed by Lisa L. Langford, follows three quarantined African-Americans who come face to face with what “freedom” really means.
The Art of Social Graces,choreographed by Jennifer Sandoval, is an inside look on how proper etiquette has evolved over the years.
January 19 – February 4
Journey with us through out the Gordon Square Theatre (including some areas the audience doesn’t normally go) to see nine, original, short plays devised by some of the Cleveland’s most creative artists! The nine plays in At-TEN-tion Span will explore different themes of politics, love and personal struggle in innovative ways. And the next piece is only moments away!
The plays and creators include:
The Refrain by Jeremy Paul, If I Lie by Chris Seibert, Crash Project by Pandora Robertson, The Three Musketeers by Doug Snyder, Fail by Simone Barros, El Beth-el by Darius Stubbs, To Fasten Your Seatbelt… by Renee Schilling, Alibi by Chris Seibert and How to… by Raymond Bobgan
The ensemble of actors throughout the evening are:
Molly Andrews-Hinders, Dionne D. Atchison, Simone Barros, Ray Caspio, Lauren Joy Fraley, Faye Hargate, Caitlin Lewins, Jenni Messner, Jeremy Paul, Steven Schuerger, Amy Schwabauer, Adam Seeholzer, Lauren B. Smith and Darius Stubbs
Playing January 19 – February 4th
Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm
Monday and Thursday $10
Friday and Saturday $15
Take advantage of $10 Monday and Thursdays and FREE BEER FRIDAYS!
January 26 – 28
The Negro Perkins
Written and Directed by Lisa L. Langford
Set in 1898, this piece looks back on an often ignored time in African-American history during the small pox outbreak. The Negro Perkins follows three quarantined African-Americans who come face to face with what “freedom” really means. This new play seeks to reconsider historical events before they harden into an accepted narrative.
The Art of Social Graces
Choreographed by Jennifer Sandoval
Produced by Marquez Dance Project
In a world of emails, texting, tweeting and Facebook, intimate personal interaction has diminished. We have become a society that prefers conversing with other individuals through technology rather than in person. This form of communication has become detrimental to how we engage with people.
The Art of Social Graces is an inside look on how proper etiquette has evolved over the years. How do we carry ourselves within society? Have we become cynics to the idea of chance encounters?
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