The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1670 Saturday, 1 October 2005
From: Jesse Berger <
Date: Friday, 30 Sep 2005 11:08:26 -0400
Subject: Redbull Theater
Theater lore says it's bad luck to utter "Macbeth" inside a theater - A
director named Jack is about to find out why.
A Benefit Reading of
The Scottish Play
A Brand New Comedy
by Lee Blessing
Jesse Shane Bronstein
Howard L. Blau
Mary Stuart Masterson
New York Premiere Reading
Directed by Jesse Berger
Happenstance leads to Hilarity as a Shakespeare Festival takes on the
Bard's most cursed play.
Tuesday October 4th, 7pm
The Culture Project @ 45 Bleecker
Tickets: General Admission $55. Industry $20. Students $10. *
Visit www.theatermania.com or call 212.352.3101 for tickets
REVELATION READINGS UPCOMING:
Monday October 10th, 7pm
loosely translated by Anne Washburn (The Internationalist)
In this startlingly fresh new adaptation, Euripides' great story of
guilt and honor is given new life.
Directed by Johanna McKeon
Featuring James Urbaniak (Thom Pain), Thomas Jay Ryan (Henry Fool)
Tuesday October 25th, 7pm
The Maid's Tragedy
by Beaumont and Fletcher
Lust, honor and bloodshed - by the most romantic of the Jacobeans.
Adapted and Directed by Jesse Berger
Starring Michael Stuhlbarg (Pillowman) and Sam Tsoutsouvas
Tuesday November 1st, 7pm
The Man of Mode, or Sir Fopling Flutter
by George Etherege
London's leading libertine wreaks havoc on high society in this
masterpiece of Restoration Comedy.
Directed by Kay Matschullat (Eyes of the Heart)
Featuring Kate Burton (Hedda Gabler) and Dana Ivey (The Rivals)
Wednesday, November 2nd, 7pm
By April De Angelis
Men beware Women as Women take the Stage for the first time...
Directed by Kate Whoriskey (Fabulation)
Starring Dana Ivey (Driving Miss Daisy)
The Culture Project
45 Bleecker Street & Lafayette
Trains: 6, N/R/W, F/V
All readings are FREE, except The Scottish Play
Suggested donation $7.
For The Scottish Play benefit: go to www.TheaterMania.com or call
For other readings: write
, click here, or
The Revenger's Tragedy, a Jacobean Thriller
Opens November 28, 2005 at the Culture Project
Tickets available now: www.theatermania.com
WHO WE ARE
Red Bull Theater is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit company dedicated to the
presentation of vital and imaginative productions of heightened language
plays and to the development of new plays written in a similar vein.
With a special focus on the Jacobean plays of Shakespeare and his
contemporaries, Red Bull Theater aspires to challenge the intellect and
engage the imagination of today's theatergoers through language-based,
company-created, resonantly provocative stagings of great classic stories.
Donations to Red Bull Theater are fully tax-deductible to the extent
permitted by law.
PO Box 250863
NYC NY 10025
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