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The World Premiere of
The Service Road
by Erin Courtney

Directed by Meghan Finn
The Service Road
 
A violent storm of mythic proportions 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.
 
Meghan Finn seamlessly blends Erin's sparse poetic language with the highly visual multi-media spectacle that you've come to expect from Adhesive Theater Project.  With the introduction of a video puppet and Michael Riccio's gravity defying set, Adhesive Theater Project once again proves why our work is described as “Nothing short of extraordinary!”
 

Performances
Friday, January 11th – Saturday, February 2nd
Friday evenings: 7:30 pm   Saturday matinees: 2:00 pm
Mon., Jan. 14th: 1:00 pm   Thurs., Jan. 17th: 7:30 pm

Schedule of post-performance Talk Backs
New York City College of Technology
Voorhees Theatre
186 Jay St, Brooklyn 11201
Map and Directions
 

General Admission:  $15    Students:  $6

Group Rate (10 or more):  $12

Pay What You Will Benefit Performance:  Monday, January 14 – All
  proceeds go to Entertainment Technology students affected by Sandy.


Venue Information:  718-260-5592

APAP Members:  Please call 646-335-5262

For Ticket Inquiries:  tickets@adhesivetheater.com

For Press Inquiries:   Please contact David Gibbs of DARR Publicity
via an email message or call to 718-721-7907

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  Calendar  
January - February
S M T W T F S
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 1 2
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Set Designer:  Mike Riccio
Costume Designer:  Tilly Grimes
Lighting Designer, Production Manager:  Sue Brandt
Sound Designer, Composer, Music Director:  Mark Bruckner
Video and Puppet Designer:  Cory Einbinber
Stage Manager:  Maria Sideris
Special Projects:  Erin Grabe
Stop Motion Animation:  Claire Moodey and Erin Courtney
Assistant Video Designer:  Natalia de Campos
Associate Costume Designer:  Alice Tavener
Talk Back Moderator:  Andy Buck
 
Featuring:  
Cory Einbinder*, Kalle Macrides
Claire Moodey and Caroline Tamas
[* APPEARS COURTESY OF ACTORS EQUITY]
 
Live Foley:  Mark Bruckner and Claire Moodey
 
More About the Team
 
See What Reviewers Wrote About The Service Road
 
View Scenes from The Service Road production
 
View TV Features for The Service Road production
 
See the SIGNALS Interview for The Service Road
 
See the Post Card     See the Flyer     See the Program
 
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Adhesive Theater Project is a 2012/2013 Artist in Residence of the New York City College of Technology.

Selected to participate in the 9th Annual Prelude Festival (PRELUDE '12) dedicated to artists at the forefront of contemporary New York City theater and performance.
 

We presented our Sneak Peek in PRELUDE '12
Friday, October 5th

Martin E. Segal Theatre Center – Elebash Hall
365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th St) NYC


View slides and video from the
presentation and discussion


The video puppet was exhibited
at the Maker Faire   Maker Faire Facebook Page
New York Hall of Science (NYSCI)
47-01 111th Street, Queens, NY 11368 –
Map
Subway:  7 train to 111th St., walk 4 blocks southeast
Saturday, Sept 29th – Sunday, Sept 30th
View slides and video from its
first public outing

 
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Adhesive Theater Project selected as Resident Company
of the New York City College of Technology
A co-production with Laura Peterson Choreography
To be presented in its Voorhees Theatre:

NOIR
NOIR
 
World Premiere of a Multimedia / Dance / Theater Mystery

By  Kalle Macrides
Directed by  Cory Einbinder

Production Designer Cory Einbinder Choreographer Laura Peterson
Costume Designer Deborah Hertzberg Lighting Designer James Hergen
Sound Designer David B. Smith Video Designers Linsey Bostwick
Musical Director Tara Gladden and Cory Einbinder
Band Leader Nicole D'Agostino Dramaturg Allison Lyman
Assistant Director Drae Campbell Production Manager Sarah Conyers
Stage Manager Toija Riggins Interactive Systems Jared Mezzocchi,  
Assistant Costume Designer Brittany Vaughan Ophra Wolf, Cory Einbinder,
Assistant Sound Designer Kumi Ishizawa and Linsey Bostwick
Assistant Stage Managers Travis Fraser and Feng yu Liao

Musicians / Band  Evil Horns:
      Nicole D'Agostino (sax),  Domenica Fossati (flute),  Curt Garey (drums),
            Aaron Goldsmith (bassand  Gabriel Lit (clarinet)
 
Featuring:
 
Drae Campbell,
Bhavna de Montebello,
Corinne Donly,
 
Stacia French,
Steven Gillenwater,
Joe Gregori,
 
Christopher Hutchings,
Matt Korahais,
Kate Martel,
 
Jared Mezzocchi,
Debbie Troché,
Katarina Vizina
 
All of the music for NOIR was collaboratively composed by
 
Nicole D'Agostino, Domenica Fossati, Curt Garey,
 
      Tara Gladden, Aaron Goldsmith and Gabriel Lit
 
BIOGRAPHIES and HEADSHOTS
 
Description:
    


In the moment before his untimely demise, a Hollywood filmmaker perseveres to uncover the identity of his soon to be murderer.  NOIR  is a deconstruction of the film noir aesthetic told through movement, images, live music, and heightened language.  Functioning as a modern morality play, this genre explores the conflict of individuals grappling with their humanity within a violent urban landscape.  Our storytelling translates a cinematic movement score for the stage, availing itself of the filmmaker's techniques for manipulating time and image — while maneuvering through a real world of femmes fatales and kneecap bustersNOIR  takes place in a cinematic landscape created with the aid of 24 frames metaphorically representing one second of film, or the moment it takes for a life to end.  You better not blink!
 
Notes from NOIR's Director and Writer
 
Performances:
    
April 23rd to May 2nd:
    Thursdays through Saturdays - 7:30 pm

At:  The Voorhees Theatre
       186 Jay St, Brooklyn 11201
      (downtown, between High & Nassau Sts, north of Tillary St)

Subways:
    Take the F train to the York station and walk south on Jay St, or the A
    or C train to the High St station and walk east to Jay St, then south.

Suggested Donation:  General Admission $12,  Students $5

Performance / Theater Information:  718-260-5592

Media Reservations:  646-335-5262

$5 Student Tickets:  718-260-5592

Group Rate Requests:  tickets@adhesivetheater.com

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  Performances  
April - May
S M T W T F S
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30  1  2
Get NOIR tickets online via TheaterMania
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212-352-3101 (NYC)
866-811-4111 (toll free)
 
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(For information about the earlier reading, see below)
 
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10th Year!

 
2009 Marks Our 10-Year Anniversary!
 
Benefit Party
 
Join us as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary!  We'll be throwing a party on Saturday evening, March 14th at Jalopy in Brooklyn (315 Columbia Street - 718-395-3214).
 
Featuring:

 
Delectibles from Brooklyn's notable restaurants and businesses:

 
Free raffle, auction, and more . . .
 

All for just a  $20 donation  (via cover at the Jalopy door)
Doors open at 7:00 pm
Proceeds will go to our upcoming world premiere of NOIR

 
Additional 10th Year! anniversary donations can be made online or contact us via email to discuss how you might help to support our activities.
 
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NOIR - reading
NOIR
 
A reading of a new play written by: Kalle Macrides
 
Directed by: Cory Einbinder.
 
Featuring: Max Arnaud, Drae Campbell, Bhavna de Montebello, Ryan Edwards, Nnadi Harriot, Matt Korahais, Alanna Medlock, Jared Mezzocchi, and Katarina Vizina.
 
Saturday, December 13th, 7:00 pm at:
The Voorhees Theatre 
186 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
F train to York or A/C train to High Street
 
Admission Free
 
NOIR follows the tale of a Hollywood filmmaker bent on uncovering the identity of his soon to be murderer in the moments before his untimely demise.
 
This reading of NOIR is being presented by Theatreworks as part of their newly established The Art of Spoken Words series, curated by Kalle Macrides.
 
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(For information about the upcoming multimedia production, see above)
 
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In association with Adhesive Theater Project
The Brick Theater, Inc. presents
I, Object!
Adhesive Performance:  I, Object!
 
at The Film Festival: A Theater Festival
Festival home page
 
Created By:  Cory EinbinderKalle Macridesand  Jared Mezzocchi
 
Music By:  Zak Engel
Production Management:  Sarah Conyers
Props, Puppets and Costumes:  Juliana Cope
 
Featuring:
    Brooke BoertzelCory Einbinder*,  Talaura Harms*,
    Christiaan KoopKalle Macrides  and  Jared Mezzocchi
[* APPEARS COURTESY OF ACTORS EQUITY]
 
BIOGRAPHIES and HEADSHOTS
 
Description:
    
It is very likely that I, Object!* is a story about three obsessive individuals and the objects they keep.  However, it may be that it's actually a story about objects and the people they keep.  Whichever perspective you take, I, Object!* unleashes the power of our everyday belongings and asks the question, if we can't get rid of our possessions, who is really the possessed?
[* WINNER OF THE BRICK'S COVETED "Best Performance By An Inanimate Object" AWARD ]
 
 
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I, Object! Preview Video
 
 Trailer  
 
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Only three performances!
     Saturday, June 14th at 9 pm
        Sunday, June 15th at 2:30 pm
     Thursday, June 19th at 10 pm
 
General Admission $15
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212-352-3101 (NYC)
866-811-4111 (toll free)
Adhesive Info: 
Brick Info: 
info@adhesivetheater.com
718-907-6189
 
Directions!
575 Metropolitan Avenue
in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, NY 11211
between Union Avenue and Lorimer Street
 
(Take the L train to the Lorimer stop or the G train to the
   Metropolitan stop
and
The Brick Theater is a block away.)
 
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R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots):
A Futurist Folk Opera

 
Written and Directed by Cory Einbinder
Music and Lyrics by Joel Griffin & Cory Einbinder
Based on the Play by Karel Čapek
 
Choreography Cory Einbinder
Assistant Choreography Drae Campbell
Music Director Joel Griffin
Script Development and Dramaturgy Kalle Macrides
Stage Management Vinny Colombo
Filmography Raasa Leela de Montebello
Sculptural Design Saul Melman
Music Transcription Vinny Colombo
 
Band Joel Griffin (Guitar & Theremin), David Tanklefsky (Bass)
         & Krishna Kerwar (Drums & Percussion)
 
Pre-show film "Robot Love" Alex Pleasant
Pre-show Robot music Norm Scott
 
Featuring:
    Max Arnaud, Peter Brown, David Eun, Talaura Harms,
    Kalle Macrides, Alanna Medlock, Josh Mertz & Katarina Vizina
 
Description:
    
This world premiere will blend Rock, Tango, Jazz and Punk music with contemporary dance to re-imagine Karel Čapek's original 1921 classic, R.U.R (Rossum's Universal Robots).  Čapek's play that started it all, introducing the word ROBOT into the world's lexicon and into our fantasies, is reexamined for the 21st Century.

This project is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by the Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC).
 
Performances:
         Our Workshop Production of
             R.U.R.: A Futurist Folk Opera
         will be presented
    On:
         April 27, 28, 29  at  8:00 pm
         May 5, 6  at  8:00 pm
         May 7  at  7:00 pm
    At:
         Spring Theatreworks
         25 Jay Street, 2nd Floor
         D.U.M.B.O. (Brooklyn)
         Take the F train to York Avenue or C train to High Street,
         and walk on Jay Street towards the water (East River).
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    Suggested Donation:  $5.
 
Reservations:
    Please send email to tickets@adhesivetheater.com
 
More Information:  info@adhesivetheater.com
 
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Robot Parade
 
Robot Parade - D.U.M.B.O., April 22
 
BROOKLYN ROBOTS UNITE!!!

Be a part of the first ever Robot Parade on Saturday, April 22, at NOON at a Rain-Safe location near the Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park in D.U.M.B.O. (Brooklyn).  Whether you've got an old toy robot in your attic or you've built a droid in your basement...  Whether you're a professional robotics engineer, an enthusiast, or just a geek...  Come join us and bring your mechanical friend.  Children welcome to bring their souped up soup-cans.  Prizes will be offered.  This event is *FREE*
ALL SUBMISSIONS WELCOME!!!.

Register or seek More Information via email to: When registering, indicate the number and size of robots, number of humans and whether any humans will be in costume.

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