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Archives (2014 - 2006:
         The Service Road      NOIR      10th Year!      NOIR - reading
         I, Object!      R.U.R.: A Futurist Folk Opera      Robot Parade )

Archives (2005 - 1999:
         Hysteria: HYSTERIA        Chantecler      Figaro Gets a Divorce
         Les Mauvais Garçons    The Devil's Parole    IRS Training Video
         Spring Awakening          Kirby            Battles of Coxinga )

Archives (Jug Band: Archives - Brooklyn Jugs Brooklyn Jugs )
 
Archives - 2005 through 1999:
 
Hysteria: HYSTERIA
 

    By Jake Hooker
    Directed by Cory Einbinder
    Music and Lyric by Sam Shaffer
    At The Stable, D.U.M.B.O. (Brooklyn)
 
Featuring:
Cory Einbiner, Kalle Macrides, Melissa Mathis,
Sam Shaffer, & Katarina Vizina
 
Description:
 
Hysteria: HYSTERIA marked Adhesive's first excursion into the realm of Dance Theater.  Resident Playwright Jake Hooker created the text of our piece, pasting together an amalgam of sources including Sigmund Freud, Joseph Breuer, T.S. Eliot, Charlotte Perking Gilman, Lucia Joyce, and Siegfried Sassoon, among others.  Artistic Director Cory Einbinder worked with the cast to create the movement score.  This production was presented in association with Big Dance Theater.
 
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   Performances  
April
S M T W T F S
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May
S M T W T F S
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8 9 10 11 12 13 14
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22 23 24 25 26 27 28

 
At: Teatro LA TEA (directions)
Get Chantecler tickets online via TheaterMania
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Tickets $18
Pay-what-you-will Tuesday nights.
Discounts available to students and groups.

 
Presented in Association with  
 
Off the Leesh Productions
 
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Chantecler
By Edmond Rostand  Translated by Kay Nolte Smith
 Directed by Cory Einbinder
 
Producer Alicia Arinella
Technical Director Todd Smith
Illustrators Jonathan Zeh,
      James Harley
Composers&Musicians Joel Griffin,
      Rob Caruso, Damien Lennon
Puppet Master / Wing Builder
      Brian Matthews
Puppets&Costumes Christiaan Koop
Art Director Diana Whitten
Assistant Director Shari Johnson
Lighting Designer James Bedell
Costume Designer Suzanne Chesney Special Projects Jeff Stark
Publicist Joe Trentacosta
Script Editor Kalle Macrides
Stage Manager Vinnie Colombo
Technical Advisor Artie Stiles
Puppets Talaura Harms, Diana Whitten, Einbinder, Shari Johnson
 
Featuring:
Drae Campbell, Charles Goonan. Talaura Harms, Jessica Jolly,
Kalle Macrides, Josh Mclane, Alanna Medlock, Madeline Muravchik,
Orion Taraban,
and Aaron Mostkoff Unger
 
BIOGRAPHIES and HEADSHOTS
 
Description:
Chantecler, by Edmond Rostand, author of Cyrano de Bergerac is an animal allegory about a rooster who believes that his song makes the sun rise.  Adhesive Theater Project' production investigated the themes of inspiration, finding our place in society, and overcoming our greatest doubts and fears.
 
With our resident composer's 3 piece band performing an original score, 2 visual artists drawing the world of the play as it transpired, and 10 actors playing over 100 characters using puppets, masks, and physical theater, Adhesive Theater Project broke new ground in the theater by offering a uniquely live experience for the whole family.
 
Director Cory Einbinder returned to this play 10 years after his critically acclaimed first production, hailed as:
 
"gorgeously imaginative staging... artistic triumph of the year... Cory Einbinder has reached into an enormous bag of tricks to give this production an almost non-stop sense of whimsy." -- Citipaper
 
"Imagination abounds... Einbinder has to be commended on his witty, atmospheric production." -- Philadelphia Weekly
 
"amazingly powerful... Cory Einbinder directs with imagination... deserves to be seen by a much larger audience." -- Hats Off
 
Not seen in New York since it's original Broadway production in 1911, this fresh translation brought back the poetry and vitality of the original French.  We celebrated the year of the rooster with this king of the barnyard - Chantecler.
 
Preview:  April 28th - 8:00 pm
 
April 29th to May 22nd:
8:00 pm - Tuesdays through Saturdays
2:00 pm - Saturday Matinees
5:00 pm - Sundays
 
At:  Teatro LA TEA at Clemente Soto Valez Cultural Center
107 Suffolk Street, 2nd Floor, Manhattan, 10002
(Between Delancey and Rivington, Lower East Side)
 
Appropriate for kids!!! - Enthralling for adults!!!
 
Adhesive Theater Project, in Association with Off the Leesh,
also presented a Puppet Workshop from
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm, at Teatro LA TEA on
Sunday, May 8th and Sunday, May 15th
prior to the 5:00 pm performances of Chantecler.
See our Spring Newsletter for more information.
 
See the POST CARD by Maria Gust         View the Posters
 
See excerpts of Reviews
 
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The Adhesive Theater Project and
Elefterion Productions
co-produced the New York City premiere of:

 
Figaro Gets a Divorce
Figaro Gets A Divorce
By Odon Von Horvath
Translated by Roger Downey
 Directed by Edward Elefterion
 
Music Joel Griffin Costumes Erin Murphy Dramaturg Scott Laone Lights Oscar Mendoza Set Sarah Edkins Stage Manager Kim Palomo Technical Director Gary Gogol
 
Featuring:
Peter Bean*, Amanda Broomell, Paul Daily, Cory Einbinder*,
Ryan Hemphill, Christy Meyer*, Patrick S. R. Mills,
Kristen Scoles, Hanson Tse, and Kara Tsiaperas*
*Appearing Courtesy of Actor's Equity Association
 
Description:
 
The Marriage of Figaro...  Inspiration to Rossini and Mozart...  Harbinger of the French Revolution...  Grandfather to numerous Warner Bros. cartoons...
 
Meet the sequel!!!   The play casts the loveably mischievous Figaro and his defiantly loyal wife Susanna as refugees seeking asylum abroad due to a revolution in their home country.  The story is about identity and the cost of changing it in order to survive.  (Don't worry – it's a comedy.)
 
Performances:
 
7:00 pm Sept. 23rd, 28th
8:00 pm Sept. 24th, 25th, 30th, Oct. 1st, 2nd
4:00 pm Oct. 3rd
 
At:  The Access Theater
380 Broadway, 4th Floor
(2 blocks south of Canal at White Street, Manhattan)
 
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HERE Arts Center's The American Living Room series
and the Adhesive Theater Project, by arrangement with
the Lincoln Center Directors Lab, original presentation
.
Assigned Best of TALR for Repeat Performances at the Raw Space Studios as part of the August Art Festival, and at the HERE Arts Center.

Repeat Performances co-produced by The Immediate Theater Company.
 
Les Mauvais Garçons

By  Jake Hooker
Directed by  Cory Einbinder
Music Direction by  Ernesto Gomez
Costumes by  Sarah Bergman
 
Featuring:
Richard V. Licata*, Eric Giancoli, Rob Marcato, Hadar Lev-Tov,
Stu Richel*, Zack Kron, Ian Jarvis, and Kalle Macrides
*Appearing Courtesy of Actor's Equity Association
 
Description:
Les Mauvais Garçons is about the absurdity, vulgarity and often hidden poetry of modern life; about our desire to understand everything and our inability to understand anything.
 
BIOGRAPHIES and HEADSHOTS       View the Poster
 
Performances:
 
Original Performances:
August 10th and 11th at

HERE Arts Center, NYC

Best of TALR Repeat Performances:
August 27th, 28th, and 29th in the

August Art Festival at
Raw Space Studios, NYC

Best of TALR Repeat Performances:
September 13th and 14th at

HERE Arts Center, NYC
www.here.org
 
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Adhesive Member Project:
 

Mind the Gap Theater Presented:
THE DEVIL'S PAROLE
A Comedy
By  Eric Giancoli
Starring Eric Giancoli and Cory Einbinder

Featured in
The Sam French Festival of New Plays
Saturday, August 17
9:30 pm

**Festival Competition Finalist**

At the
American Theatre of Actors Churnuchin Theatre
314 W. 54th St, 2nd Floor
(Bet 8th & 9th) NYC

212-769-7973
www.mindthegaptheatre.com
 
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IRS Training Video

Written By Eric Giancoli
Produced By Adhesive Theater Project and Admantium Inc.
Director Eric Giancoli      Assistant Director Cory Einbinder
Editor Cory Einbinder    Cinematographer Stellio Imagliazzo
Slate Kalle Macrides       Best Boy Peter Geraci
Associate Producer Gustave Moreas
At Local Movie Theaters, NYC
 
Featuring:
Peter Brown as Terrence TrendariEric Giancoli as Curtis Finnegan
 
Description:
A satirical movie about The New Internal Revenue Service, structured as a Training Video for IRS agents on how to conduct Personal Refund sessions, which in reality are tax audits.
 
Awards:
Winner of Viewers Choice,
The Pioneer Theater,
155 East 3rd Street,
 
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Spring Awakening

By Frank Wedekin
Translated by Ted Hughes
Conceived & Directed by Cory Einbinder
Stage Manager Rachel Schulman
Music & Sound by Joel Griffin
Costumes & Additional Art by Paata Uta Bekaia
Sets, Props & Lighting by Cory Einbinder
At Center Stage, NYC
 
Featuring:
Max Arnaud, Maha Chehlaoui, Tim Cusack*, Kalle Macrides,
Alanna Medlock, Grant Moninger, and Matthew Pritchard
*Appearing Courtesy of Actor's Equity Association
 
Description:
The play, written in 1892, was banned and greatly censured until the 1960s.  This new version by Ted Hughes "lends the dialogue a particularly modern terseness and bite, drawing out all the erotic energy of the original."  In this production, the world of the play is inspired by the work of acclaimed author and illustrator, Edward Gorey.  With his dark comic style, and elegant inking of his imagination, the play finds a perfect marriage of beauty and cruelty.
 
BIOGRAPHIES and HEADSHOTS        View the Posters
 
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Kirby

By Adhesive cast and staff
Directed by Cory Einbinder
Stage Manager Stephanie Casella
Costumes and props Michelangelo Barasorda IV, Cory Einbinder
At Nada Classic, NYC
 
Featuring:
Michelangelo Barasorda IV, Peter Bean Brown,
Sarah Sims Erwin, Eric Giancoli, & Kalle Macrides
 
Description:
A Tale of a Superhero and a mute girl. Inspired by the great Jack Kirby. It is the story of A Fall from Grace -- the loss of innocence of two characters when they confront the real world. The narrative is told through clear images and layers of sound, music, movement, and spectacle – a collage, free from formulaic situations with room for interpretation.
 
BIOGRAPHIES and HEADSHOTS
 
 
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Battles of Coxinga

By Chikamatsu Monzaemon
    Translated by Donald Keene
Adapted and Directed by Cory Einbinder
Art Direction by Rebecca Brame
At The Piano Store, NYC
 
Featuring:
    Peter Brown, Forrest Seward, Eric Giancoli, Christiaan Koop,
    Marc Krinsky, Kalle Macrides, Terry Maratos, Jina Oh,
    James Sturtevant, Debbie Troche

 
Description:
 
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