|2003||Silver Nitrate by|
|2002||Lapis Blue, Blood Red based on the life of Artemisia Gentileschi|
|1999||The Woman Who Believed The Future Would Never Come: a technology workshop with|
|1998||Photographing Women by|
|1996||Ionesco’s The Killing Game conceived by Lisa Dove|
|1996||The Wild Party|
|1995||October Septet: An Evening of One Acts|
THE AMAZING TRUE ADVENTURES OF BUCKBEAN BUSHYTAIL
Written and Directed by Greg Paul.
Original music by Lisa Dove.
A young rabbit named Buckbean Bushytail, sets off on an epic journey to save Rabit Valley from the great dragon Shrub. On the way Buckbean meets pirates, sea-monsters, a beautiful princess, and Stinky, a former child actor.
Children of all ages will love this funny, music and magic filled tale that proves that “Small is big, and big is small.”
Professional actors manipulate toy ‘performers’ on a beautiful turntable set painted by artist Anya Ulinich. Greg Pattillo will be playing beatbox flute for the show with Peter Seymour on double bass.
Saturday June 9th @ 2:30 PM
Corner of Kane & Clinton Sts.
Cobble Hill, Brooklyn
MODEL a new play by Cathy Caplan
Mixing live on-stage photography, projections and dramatic narrative, MODEL is an imagined history of the production of a series of photographs that appeared in VOGUE in the mid 70s. It’s a gender and generational war, all reflected in the swirling undertow of images by Guy Bourdin, Richard Avedon, and Helmut Newton. MODEL tells the story of a fashion editor who drags her resistant daughter along to a shoot in their country house, involving a supermodel, an established photographer, and his ambitious assistant.
Recipient of design grants from Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation and AE Ventures Foundation
Mabou Mines/Suite Artist Residency 2007
Toronada Theater/PS 122
OH WHAT WAR
A fantasy of flagrant disobedience to authority, OH WHAT WAR follows a band of deserters stuck in No Man’s Land. A mash-up of mud, vintage war songs, b/w video footage and battle noise, this original Juggernaut production zeros in on the great war machine that holds us captive.
Jan 20 & 21, 2007