Sunday, February 24, 2008

MARCO POLO will happen somewhere at Actor's Theatre of Louisville

Continuing my wonderful relationship with Specific Gravity Ensemble, we will be presenting our experiment, Marco Polo, at Actor's Theatre of Louisville as part of their late-night programming, "The Late Seating".

Actor's Theatre of Louisville dubs their on-going series, "The Late Seating", as an electric mixture of new work by local artists in performance, music, art, and video. This particular Late Seating is additionally electric as it is part of the 32nd annual Humana Festival of New American Plays and is, in fact, billed as "Louisville's Humana Festival Party".

It is my hope that there are always parties attached to my work.

In addition to my play there will be a live DJ, videos, and complimentary appetizers and drinks. Awesome.

In order to catch the performance of Marco Polo...well, we can only ask you show up at the party and do your best to be alert.

True to Specific Gravity's mission, Marco Polo will be performed in an environmental space SOMEWHERE in the building. But we are not revealing where. You will either happen upon it, or you won't. We hope that you will. But you might not.

What we can reveal is that the good times happen on March 1st, 2008, beginning around 10:30 pm. And that it will be totally fun, no matter what.

My accomplices in this mission are director Rand Harmon and performers Lucas W. Adams, Sarah Feldman, Julia Leist, Corey Long, Randy D. Pease, and Jennifer Poliskie.

We hope you join us.

You can get all of the rockin' specifics at The Late Seating.