Flux Sunday, 7/29
Photo by Ken Glickfeld. Pictured: Carissa Cordes, Rachel Lin, Isaiah Tanenbaum, and that blur of b-boying prowess, Will Lowry.
Oh yes. It was that kind of Flux Sunday. We had our biggest turn out of July, but rather than being a madhouse, all the gears clicked towards awesome.
Playwrights: James Comtois (Subway Massacre Story), Lauren Ferebee (Somewhere Safer), August Schulenburg (Tidal Devices, Jane the Plain), Roland Tec (Kennedy V)
Directors: Pete Boisvert, Marielle Duke, Charles Murdock Lucas, Lauren
Actors: Will Lowry, Laura Jo Schuster, Isaiah Tanenbaum, Carissa Cordes, Ryan Shams, Heather Lee Rogers, Michael Criscuolo, Emily Hartford, Sam Yim, Jennifer Tsay, Anna Rahn, Emilia Aghamirzai, Ken Glickfeld, Stephanie Willing, Cotton Wright, Jason Paradine, Ridley Parson, Rachel Lin, Shaun B. Wilson
- Will Lowry’s reverse air-baby in Jane the Plain may very well be the Flux Sunday highlight of the year
-Oh, Marielle, do you mind directing two scenes in the time everyone else will direct one after having only two hours sleep the night before? That’s just how she rocks.
-I thought Lauren’s pages, ably directed by Murdock and featuring four knockout performances by Ridley, Shaun, Ryan and Michael, were sizzling and made me eager for more from this play!
-Emilia, Sam and Stephanie were able to make the final scene of Tidal Devices – which I worried out of context would seem slight – sing. Special props to Stephanie for bringing such a sincere funny to her lines about killing the party.
-But my own personal highlight was playing Bobby to Jason’s Teddy in Roland’s Kennedy V. Not every day you get to play a political hero across from a real life one.
If you were there, what moves still break in your mind? And now, courtesy of the quick lens of Ken, here are some more photos from this past Sunday: