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Adapted by Taryn Wisky and Heather Lanza from a short play by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Heather Lanza. The play is an adaptation of the short play "Abortion," written by Eugene O'Neill in 1914. Combining O'Neill's text with an originally devised piece, the company explores the question of how audiences perceive race and if we can use theater to stimulate a conversation around the topic.
Between the Seas, the only festival in New York celebrating Mediterranean performance, returns to the Wild Project for its fourth year.
This year's highlights include a world premiere adaptation of Chuck Mee's Matisse's Self Portrait; new work by the choreographer Nejla Yatkin, and the return of Balletto di Sardegna with new provocative dance inspired by designer Elsa Schiaparelli.
Between the Seas is thrilled to offer a new program this year: 4x4: NYC meets the Med., a series of staged readings that pair American directors and actors with Mediterranean playwrights. All readings in 4x4 are free and open to the public.
This year's Artist In Focus is Elias Wakeem, also known as Madam Tayoush, whose visual artwork will be on display in the Wild Project gallery.
When Cory gets a frantic and mysterious voicemail from his vacationing sister, he makes the trip to Orlando, Florida, to see what's gone wrong. What he discovers is a sister seemingly gone insane, a young precocious niece he must somehow look after, and a theme park full of irresistible temptations.