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The success of NOIR contin- ues.  Live Design Magazine
NOIR video tracking techniques
published a feature article describing the creation of our video tracking system in their November/December issue.
Live Design Magazine cover
If you didn't receive your ad- vance copy at the LDI 2009 conference in Florida, check out the online version.
If you've enjoyed Cory's set and video design in previous
Based on book by Uma Krishnaswami
productions, check out Tea with Chachaji.  It's our friends at Making Books Sing's latest production  —  perfect for families.  You can catch this musical in Brooklyn, Manhat- tan, the Bronx, and San Fran- cisco.
December 2009
Dear Friends,
Emmett Penn Macrides-Einbinder
We would like to introduce Adhesive Theater Project's newest member...  Emmett Penn Macrides-Einbinder, born July 10th, 2009.
Morejon and Short Stride Clyde Reunite
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you all for helping to celebrate our
10th Year! anniversary and making 2009 a wonderful year.  We cannot express enough gratitude for all the love and community support we received – from local restaurants who donated their succulent fare to performers who amazed and delighted to donors big and small.  If you couldn't get into our sold out benefit, or would like to reminisce, you can peruse these pictures and videos.
NOIR chase scene
NOIR video tracking scene
2009 marked our
first residency at
the New York City
College of Tech-
nology where we
developed our
original production, NOIR, written by
Kalle Macrides and performed in collab-
oration with Laura Peterson Choreography.  We invite you to peruse pictures and video from the production.
MFAs for Kalle and Cory
2009 also brought Kalle and Cory the culmina- tion of their Master of Fine Arts programs.  Kalle received her MFA in Mac Wellman's play- writing program and Cory received his MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts, both at Brooklyn College.
Donations Welcome!
Donít forget!  If you need to save some money on your 2009 taxes, donate before December 31st.
Have a great Holiday Season!
Adhesive Theater Project is generously supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council of the Arts, and J. P. Morgan Chase, admin- istered by the Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC).
Adhesive Theater Project is celebrating its 10th year of creating experimental cross-disciplinary work through collaboration with professional artists of all mediums, particularly those with a non-theatrical background  -  from fashion designers to blues musicians, engineers to illustrators.  By challenging these artists to work in the theater we create new perspectives for live performance.  By integrating live music, visual arts, metaphor, and narrative storytelling, we create epic experiences that excite the audience's imagination.
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Adhesive Theater Project's works have been described as:
  • "especially memorable...creative, interesting...witty..." -- New York Times
  • "Nothing short of extraordinary... Stunningly theatrical, moodily evocative, and even a little scary at times...crackles with invention and intelligence." --
  • "Einbinder genuinely succeeds." -- Village Voice

Cory Einbinder
Artistic Director

Kalle Macrides
Executive Director
Adhesive Theater Project

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