Sunday, November 4, 2012

PLUG: Américana Passover Resumes... with a Review!

My company, Organs of State, has announced the make-up schedule for Américana Passover. Only two nights still have availability: Tuesday the 6th and Thursday the 8th.

Just in time for these pick-up performances, a review:
Organs of State have devised a project that blurs the line between performance and reality so deeply that you may find yourself unaware of which is which. Set in a small room off of the Two Moon Art House & Café in Park Slope, Brooklyn, distractions are limited and ideas are boundless. With performances taking place during the three weekends leading up to the 2012 Presidential Election, I arrived with a drilled-in apathy and left with a desire to break out of it, and a want to include myself in our America. The ritual is guaranteed to evoke something different in each person who takes part, and is truly an immersive experience rather than a spectator’s event. 
Unfortunately, seating is extremely limited (since there are only nine seats per night) so if you want to get in on the action, email me.

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