We open this week!
An invitation to our talk backs.
Thank you for your support.
Dear Friends,
After years of development, it's finally here.  The Service Road opens this Friday, January 11th.  With live foley artists, a video puppet, and a set that curls in like fingers, this isn't a show to miss!
We're delighted to announce our series of post-performance talk backs with the creators of The Service Road, moderated by Andy Buck.
Saturday,  January 12:  Developing The Service Road
Monday,  January 14:  NYC College of Technology's Residency Program
Thursday,  January 17:  The Sounds of The Service Road
Saturday,  January 19:  Integrating Technology
Finally, we wish to thank all of you who generously donated to our projects.  None of this would be possible without your support.
Field Notes from The Service Road
A ferocious storm hits Prospect Park.  The once peaceful service road turns strange as a nature guide 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 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.  Director Meghan Finn (see below) seamlessly blends Erin's sparse poetic language with the highly visual multi-media spectacle that you've come to expect from Adhesive Theater Project.
Adhesive Theater Project
In residence at The New York City College of Technology presents:
The Service Road
by Erin Courtney
Directed by Meghan Finn
Featuring  Cory Einbinder*, Kalle Macrides
Claire Moodey and Caroline Tamas
With live foley by Mark Bruckner and Claire Moodey
Voorhees Theater
New York City College of Technology (CUNY)
186 Jay St, DUMBO, Brooklyn
Map & Directions
Schedule of Performances:
Friday January 11th 7:30pm
Saturday January 12th 2:00pm
Monday January 14th 1:00pm
Thursday   January 17th 7:30pm
Friday January 18th 7:30pm
Saturday January 19th 2:00pm
Friday February 1st 7:30pm
Saturday February 2nd   2:00pm
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or by calling 1-800-838-3006 (toll free)
$15 general     $6 students
Meet Our Creative Staff
Director  Meghan Finn  talks about her role in The Service Road
Meghan Finn's Biographical Sketch
“The Service Road has been envisioned by a playwright, a team of designers, and also by the students working on it – there are many creative minds collaborating.  Add live foley, puppetry, integrated video and a construction lift and there are a lot of pieces that need to come together to create a cohesive whole.  That is my role and that's what excites me the most about it.  New ideas are presented to me everyday – and I have to figure out how to incorporate them, how to fine-tune them, or when they are not working for whatever reason – how to find better ones.  As a director this is always the gig, but for this project it is a particularly harrowing endeavor, which makes it both fun and terrifying.”
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by  The Management
January 23 - February 9, Wednesdays - Saturdays at 8pm
General Admission:  $18
Tickets:  http://thebushwickstarr.org/index.html
Book by Joshua Conkel
Music & Lyrics by Matt Marks
Directed by Nick Leavans
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Featuring:  Crystal Arnette, Tara Bruno*, Aimee Cucchiaro*, Chris Gwyn, Georgia Haege, Megan Hill*, Jonathan Hooks, Felicia Hudson*, David Mitsch*, Frank Paiva, Paul Pecorino*, Vanessa Pereda, Rochelle Smith*, and James Wells.  *Appear courtesy of AEA
Sarita Lou (choreographer/movement), Eileen Casterline (dramaturg), Tristan Raines (costume design), Waldo Warshaw (special effects design), Carl Wiemann (lighting design), John Cottle (set design), Daniel Melnick (sound design) and Niki Armato (production stage manager)
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Artistic Director
Kalle Macrides
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