You Are Invited To Our 10th Year!
Saturday, March 14th at Jalopy
Doors open at 7pm
Stick With Us!
- the World Premiere of NOIR
multimedia / dance / theater
production written by Kalle Macrides. It will have a
limited engagement of 6
through May 2nd
at 7:30 pm
186 Jay Street, Brooklyn.
In Hollywood, life moves at 24
frames per second, and in just
one of those frames a life could
be cut short. You better not blink. Our director
has just been shot! Can he discover his would-be murderer
before his untimely demise? Follow his journey as he enters
a plot more sinister than his own Noir thriller.
Can he use his filmmaking techniques of manipulating time and
- jump cutting, split screens,
panning, zooming, and
to uncover the truth?
Find out in NOIR
collaboration with Laura Peterson Choreography
and The New York City College
Direction and production design by Cory Einbinder, costume
by Deborah Hertzberg, lighting design by James Hergen,
sound design by David B. Smith, video design by Linsey Bostwick,
and original music by Tara Gladden and Nicole D'Agostino
performed by the EVIL HORNS.
We are celebrating our 10th Year!
Anniversary, and Adhesive Theater Project could not have made it without
you! That's why we would like to invite you to our very
party on Saturday, March 14th
in Brooklyn. Doors open at
For only $20, you'll see legendary performances
of our favorite local artists, including Phillip Roebuck One
, Laura Peterson Choreography
, Kristin Mueller
, Joe L. Snaggs and
, Brotherhood of the Jug Band Blues
But that's not all!!!
You'll also be able to feast
on the succulent fare from some of our favorite local spots, including
, Le Petit Café
, and don't forget the
mouthwatering cupcakes from The Chocolate Room
But that's still not all!!!
Your $20 will
automatically enter you into a raffle, and even if you don't win the
door prize, you'll be able to bid on all sorts of fabulous items in our
auction. And on top of all that, you'll have the satisfaction of
knowing that you're helping us to raise funds for our upcoming production,
is located at 315 Columbia Street,
between Woodhull and Rapeleye Streets. If you're up for a brief
, take the F or G to the Carroll Street stop. Exit onto 2nd
Place and Smith Streets. Walk 1 block up Smith Street and make
a left onto 1st Place. Walk down past the highway and make a left
onto Columbia Street. If you're driving from Manhattan
just blocks from the Battery Tunnel. Take the Hamilton Avenue
exit. Make a left onto Clinton Street, another left onto Hamilton
Avenue, and a left onto Columbia Street. Parking should be easy.
We hope to see you there!
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
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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." --
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