Announcing Erin Courtney's The Service Road
directed by Meghan Finn
NEXT STOP – Prelude Festival, October 5th
Our sneak peek excerpt begins at 5:00pm
following a 4:00pm discussion of
THIS WEEKEND – A special appearance of our
Bunraku-Video Puppet
at the World Maker Faire, September 29th & 30th
Dear Friends,
Thrilled doesn't begin to capture it!  We are positively elated to announce our upcoming production of Erin Courtney's The Service Road.  We're still in the development stage, but you can catch a sneak peak excerpt at the Prelude Festival, or meet our Bunraku-Video ‘Big Headed Toddler’ Puppet at the World Maker Faire.  We can't wait to share it all with you!
Field Notes from The Service Road
A violent storm of mythic proportions hits Prospect Park.  The once peaceful service road where a nature guide gives tours turns strange and even savage as she attempts to find a lost child.  On her quest she meets the denizens of one of the few natural places left in a large city.  The nature guide is a modern day Hercules – very strong, very loyal, a little thick, and trying to do penance for a very bad thing she had done when she was out of her mind.  Obie award winning playwright (Map of Virtue) Erin Courtney examines what it means to be of service and the true nature of forgiveness.
Adhesive Production: The Service Road
Adhesive Production: The Service Road
The Ninth Annual PRELUDE Festival
We have been selected to participate in the 9th Annual
Prelude Festival, dedicated to artists on the forefront of contemporary NYC theatre and performance.
The Festival will be held at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Catch the sneak peek excerpt from The Service Road followed by a Q & A
on Friday, October 5th at 5:00pm
in Elebash Hall at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center
365 Fifth Ave (at 34th St) NYC.
Meet Our Creative Staff
Puppet designer Cory Einbinder talks about his creation, the Bunraku-Video Puppet.
“We have just completed our technology residency at the New York City College of Technology, where we developed the puppet for the character ‘Big Headed Toddler’.  I call the puppet a Bunraku-Video Puppet because, although the puppet's body is similar to a traditional rod puppet, his face is a 3-dimensional video screen.  Since the puppeteer's face seamlessly transfers to the puppet's face, the puppet becomes a fully interactive performer that can move and displays a full range of human expressions.”
Come see the puppet's first public outing
in the World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science
Saturday, Sept. 29th, 10am – 7pm & Sunday, Sept. 30th, 10am – 6pm
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