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Mission Statement
Adhesive Theater Project binds the arts through the bonds of collaboration.  We are dedicated to working with artists in a broad range of fields – from fashion designers to scientists, illustrators to engineers – to create experimental, multidisciplinary work.  By challenging these artists to work in the theater we create new perspectives for live performance.  By integrating live music, visual arts, and technological innovations with metaphor and narrative storytelling we create epic experiences that excite the audience's imagination.
Since 2000, Adhesive Theater Project has been developing original, multi-media productions and play adaptations steeped in spectacle.  Our productions include: Chantecler at Teatro LA TEA, praised by The New York Times as "especially memorable...creative, interesting, witty"; NOIR by Kalle Macrides, hailed as "ingeniously designed" by BackStage; Spring Awakening at Center Stage, hailed as "Nothing short of extraordinary" by nytheater.com; I, Object! at The Brick, an ensemble created piece described by nytheater.com as a "shape-shifting visual feast"; Les Mauvais Garçon by Jake Hooker, which had the honor of being included in the Best of the American Living Room Series at HERE Arts Center; The Battles of Coxinga at the Piano Store, "genuinely succeeds" praised the Village Voice, as well as workshop productions of R.U.R.: A Futurist Folk Opera by Cory Einbinder and Joel Griffin at Spring Theatreworks; Hysteria: HYSTERIA by Jake Hooker at The Stable; and Kirby, an ensemble written superhero deconstruction, presented at Nada.  We have also devised various events in and around Brooklyn, including the Brooklyn Robot Parade and the Farmyard Puppet Workshop.  Adhesive Theater Project is generously supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, the Department of Cultural Affairs, J. P. Morgan Chase regrant program administered by the Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC), The Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, and The Rodney Corporation.  Adhesive Theater Project is a proud member of the Alliance of Resident Theatres New York, ART/NY and has been selected for WNYC's Salute The Arts STAR Initiative Program.  An article on our live video tracking system for the stage, Within A Frame, was published in Live Design Magazine (Dec. 2009).  Our adaptation of Chikamatsu Monzaemon's The Battles of Coxinga will be published in Performing Resistance in Dutch Formosa by Harrassowitz Publishing House later this year.  Adhesive Theater Project is currently a resident company of the New York City College of Technology (CUNY).
Adhesive Newsletter
Adhesive Theater Project distributes a newsletter with notices about our projects and upcoming performances.

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Review past newsletters:
A Herculean Thanks!,   Time is running out to see The Service Road,
Only 2 performances of The Service Road left!,
Only 5 performances of The Service Road left!,
The Service Road opens this week!,   Bring in 2013 with the Best of 2012,
Benefit performance of The Service Road for students affected by Sandy,
Catch a Sneak Peek of The Service Road,
Announcing Erin Courtney's The Service Road,   Summer 2010,
December 2009,   NOIR final week,   NOIR begins,   Spring 2009,
NOIR Multimedia Production,   10th Year! Benefit,   NOIR Reading,
Soggy Stoop Sale,   Stoop Sale for NOIR,   I, Object! Review,   I, Object!,
R.U.R.Soggy Robot Parade,   Robot Parade,   Sharefest,   Chantecler
Tax-Deductible Donations
Our 501(c)3 not-for-profit status makes Adhesive Theater Project eligible for tax-deductible donations, upon which we depend for providing quality theater at low cost.  You can

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Member of Alliance of Resident Theaters/New York (A.R.T./NY).
Selected for the N.P.R. / WNYC Salute The ARts *STAR* Initiative (FM 93.9 and AM 820).
Production of Les Mauvais Garçons selected for HERE Arts Center's Best of The American Living Room Series.
Recipient of funding from the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the J. P. Morgan Chase Regrant Program, administered by the Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC).
Selected as Resident Company of the New York City College of Technology with performances in its Voorhees Theatre.
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