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Vaudevisuals interview with Ralph Lewis – ‘Afterparty: The Rothko Studio”

Peculiar Works Project co-founder Ralph Lewis sat down with me at the Mark Rothko studio and talked about the upcoming site-specific performance titled:  AFTERPARTY: THE ROTHKO STUDIO.

2 Tours Nightly: 
Thursday – Saturday at 7:00pm and 8:30pm; 
Sunday at 5:00pm and 6:30pm

AFTERPARTY: The Rothko Studio is a site-specific, promenade performance in and around the former studio of legendary painter Mark Rothko. Built in 1884 for the YMCA as the Young Men’s Institute, 222 Bowery is best known for the many now-famous artists who lived, worked, and played in this landmarked gem. The building’s former gymnasium is where Rothko created the infamous “Seagram Murals” commissioned by The Four Seasons restaurant in 1957. AFTERPARTY explores this pivotal moment for downtown artists and offers a rare opportunity to visit this historic studio space.

Cast: TOBY BILLOWITZ, GLEN FEINSTEIN, AIDAN FELDMAN, JASON HOWARD*, IRINA KAPLAN, NATHAN KEILLER, CAITI LATTIMER, CATHERINE PORTER*, ISABELLA SCHILLER, DESPINA STAMOS, JENNA ZHU

Director: RALPH LEWIS
Choreographer: RACHEL COHEN
Composer: MARIA DESSENA
Adapter: BARRY ROWELL
Dramaturg: BARBARA YOSHIDA
Story: S.M. DALE
Concept: KIM DEPOLE, CATHERINE PORTER
Lighting Design: DAVID CASTANEDA
Projection Designer: JANE PARISI
Costume Designer: GRACE MARTIN
Production Stage Manager: HEATHER OLMSTEAD
Assistant Stage Manager: ELLIOTT KARLINER
Press Rep: ANDREA ALTON PR
Creative Consultant: BARBARA PITTS McADAMS
Producers: RALPH LEWIS, CATHERINE PORTER, BARRY ROWELL

All performances at 222 Bowery, New York, NY

For More Information/Tickets go here!

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DadaDialogue – A Panel Discussion about the impact and influences of Dada

DadaDialogue
On April 7th after the performance of 'Floydada' (at the site specific Merchant's Square Building in lower Manhattan), a panel of four women (Anges Berecz, Julia Buntaine, Dorothea Dietrich & Martha Wilson) sat with the audience and cast and talked about their experiences and influences with the art of Dada.

Presented by Peculiar Works Project.
For more information on the play go here.
http://bit.ly/1Jwk42u