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Gideon Irving's My Name Is Gideon to Return to New York

The production will run at the Brick Theater.

A scene from the 2016 production of My Name Is Gideon: I'm Probably Going to Die, Eventually at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
(© Maria Baranova)

All For One Theater's production of Gideon Irving's My Name Is Gideon: I'm Probably Going to Die, Eventually will play a new engagement at the Brick Theater, November 30-December 15. The new staging is produced in association with Richard Jordan Productions, and will feature new songs and stories.

My Name Is Gideon has been developed over the course of 620 performances in living rooms around the world. The resulting theatrical excursion in storytelling is rooted in song and surprise, featuring more than 15 instruments — among them, the banjo, bouzouki, waterphone, shruti box, mbira, whirly tube, and scacciapensieri. The production first ran in 2016.

The production is directed by Nicholas Cotz, with lighting design by Stephen Terry, scenic design by Silovsky Studios, costumes by Alice Tavener, property design by Casey Smith, sound design by Dan Gerhard, and original artistic consultation from Ewen Wright and Raky Sastri.


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