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Tiny Theater 2011 at The Brick Theater

A Collection of very small theater.

Performers and scenic elements must not exist outside the box at any point during each piece.

Installation that takes place in a  6×6 space – and in under 10 minutes.

Eight short 10 minute plays performed in a 6×6 area box.

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“Mercy” by Evolve Company

A small puppet stage in the 6×6 box that utilized shadow puppets, human hands and flat drawn puppets.

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Boldly Go” by Matt Barbot

Matt Barbot and Kelly Rogers stand in the box in space suits.

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“It’s a 10 Minute Life” by Animal Engine

‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ done as a 10 minute play in a 6×6 box.

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“Brown Clown” by Art Wallace

Cast included: Josephine Cashman, Timothy McCown Reynolds, Trav S.D.,Art Wallace, Victoria Miller, Sarah Engelke.

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“Dreams in the Witch House” by AntiMatter Collective

A H.P. Lovecraft short story adapted/directed by Will Fulton

Starring James Rutherford. Puppeteering by Dan Rogers and Allison LaPlatney.

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“Fear and Loathing in Brooklyn, 2011” by Ten Directions

Pictured L to R are: Eric Wright and Lynn Berg

Written by Lynn Berg. Directed by Dan Krumm.

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“Roger Nassar is The One Man – Ten Minute The Crucible” by Piper McKenzie


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“YES IT DID” by Sneaky Snake Productions

Timothy McCown Reynolds stands alone after the theater was filled with crazy sound effects.

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The Brick Theater is located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


ALL PHOTOGRAPHS © 2011 Jim Moore


Music Photography Tent Show

Trav S.D.’s Tent Show TETRAGRAMMATON at LaMama – March 17th – April 3, 2011


Timothy McCown Reynolds performs in Universal Rundle

Timothy McCown Reynolds, Jeff Lewonczyk and Hope Cartelli in Universal Rundle

Timothy McCown Reynolds and Jeff Lewonczyk in Universal Rundle

Hope Cartelli and Timothy McCown Reynolds in Universal Rundle

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The Strange Case of Grippo the Apeman

featuring Trav S.D.,Catherine Michele Porter, Bob Laine, Stephen Heskett and Tom Bibla.


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Sarah Malinda Engelke as Strega Nonna

LaMama Ticket Information


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Trav S.D.’s Last Chance Saloon – Dixon Place – 9/24/2010

(Revisiting Trav S.D.’s Last Chance Saloon – Originally posted Sept. 24, 2010)

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Trav S.D,’s Last Chance Saloon was a wonderful collection of performers from all disciplines.

Hosting the evenings festivities was non other than the man himself.

Trav S. D. invites the audience to partake in some vaudeville comic lines.

Let’s get this show ‘crackin’.


First up was a lovely songstress with a very charming voice.

Jullian Tully sang and enchanted the audience.


In between the acts Trav S.D. was there to remind us about ‘vaudeville’s roots and history.

Trav S.D. has written extensively about vaudeville in his blog and his book “No Applause, Just Throw Money, The Book That Made Vaudeville Famous.”


Next up in the amazing lineup was Lorinne Lampert.

A beautiful voice, great dancer and charming stage personality.

Sang the wonderful classic “Ta-ra-ra-doom-de-ay” with audience participation.


Music was in the air in this Saloon as DYE VIOLETS came up next to entertain.

Adam Swiderski – Guitat, harmonica,vocals – Sarah Engelke – Accordion,ukelele, vocals.

Original songs with terrific voices made this duet a hit.


TRAV S.D. is not one to miss a chance to get some funny lines in between the acts.


A multi talented musician and singer is Jenny Lee Mitchell (disguised tonight as Deirdre Theramin.)

Deirdre Theramin sings a libretto.

Jenny Lee Mitchell also performs with a hysterically funny and talented band called “The Maestrosities”.


‘The Children of the People’ was the band that Trav S.D. formed and sang with.


(Oweinama Biu, Derek Davidson, Chris Talsness,Robert Pinnock, Jullian Tully)


Last but not least was a gentleman that ‘told stories’ that were just plain funny.



Until next time…

Thanks for coming to the Last Chance Saloon!