Sunday, July 31, 2011

American Studies major's play in Fringe Festival!

American Studies major Ariadne Blayde's play The Rubber Room is in the 15th annual New York International Fringe Festival! Performances are on August 18, 19, 20, 22 and 27 at Teatro LATEA (107 Suffolk Street, Suite 200, New York, NY 10002). Click the link for ticket info and times (they're different each day). Then go!


Professor Glenn Hendler said...

I'll be there on Thursday, August 18, at 4pm. Maybe I'll see some of you there!

Professor Glenn Hendler said...

I saw the play tonight, and it's great! What's really impressive is how, over the course of the play, so many of the characters develop distinct, individual voices. Characters I thought at the beginning were quite dislikable, by the end I really cared about (which doesn't necessarily mean I'd like them as people in real life; it means they were so well written and acted that they grew into plausible, real, different people). Congratulations, Ariadne!

American Studies students and friends: If it's at all possible to make it to the play, get tickets and go!

I should add, by the way, that another American Studies major, Sarah Rogers, is assistant producing. All the more reason to see it!