NEW YORK: The Play Company has announced its 2014–15 season. Included in this years lineup is debbie tucker green’s generations, coproduced with Soho Rep, Aya Ogawa’s Ludic Proxy and Antonio Vega’s The Duchamp Syndrome.
There will be different theatre locations for all three shows. Generations will be presented at Soho Rep, Ludic Proxy will be staged at the Walkerspace, and The Duchamp Syndrome will open at the Flea Theater.
More information on each show is below:
Oct. 1–Nov. 9
Generations, written by debbie tucker green and directed by Leah C. Gardiner, takes audiences to a South Africa township where a meal is being prepared by three generations of the same family. As they cook, the family members share stories and food, showing what can fall through the cracks of different generations.
The Play Company and Soho Rep production marks the U.S. premiere of generations, from London-born playwright debbie tucker green (who elects to write her name, and her play titles, in lowercase). Generations was recently extended at Soho Rep.
Opening in April 2015
Ludic Proxy,written and directed by Aya Ogawa, explores the importance of human connection through memory, fantasy and virtual reality as three stories from the past, present and future connect. This production is a world premiere.
Opening in May 2015
The Duchamp Syndrome, written and performed by Antonio Vega and directed by Ana Graham, is the story of Juan, a lone immigrant in New York City who’s dream is to be a standup comedian. An unordinary group of fellow travelers, both human and not, help him practice his routines for his mother’s upcoming visit from Mexico, as long as she can secure a visa. This ode to New York City will also feature appearances by repurposed objects.
Ana Graham and Antonio Vega are the founder/artistic director and literary director, respectively, of Por Piedad Teatro, located in Mexico City. The Play Company production marks the U.S. premiere of The Duchamp Syndrome.
The Play Company focuses on producing new works by both American and international artists. It is currently in its 15th season, and is under the leadership of founding producer Kate Loewald and executive producer Lauren Weigel.
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