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Vaudevisuals interview with Deborah Margolin – Dixon Place Benefit Performance!


What do you get when you cross a nerd comedian with a nerd-averse Mother who is funny as f*ck? You get Deb Margolin’s JUST GIVE ME ONE-HALF HOUR WITH MY MOTHER, a comedy of mourning and retrospection, with a deep bow to the power of jokes to connect a body in the diaspora to the mother country, or to the Mother herself! In addition to the lamentation and yearning, there are jokes told one after the other! These are ACTUAL JOKES! No one tells straight-up jokes anymore

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Written & Performed by Deb Margolin

Directed by Merri Milwe

Technical Director and Technical Designer: Chayton PabichBackstage

Crew and Advisors: Ginny Mayer & Mark Gaudet

Deb Margolin is a playwright, actor, and founding member of Split Britches Theater Company. She is the author of numerous plays, including Imagining Madoff, Turquoise, and Bringing the Fishermen Home, as well as 10 solo performance, plays which she has toured throughout the US, the most recent of which is 8 STOPS, a comedy concerning the grief of endless compassion! 8 STOPS takes a long, humorous, tender look at motherhood, the suburbs, the fear of death, and the inheritability of ideas.  Deb was honored with an OBIE award for Sustained Excellence of Performance, the Kesselring Playwright Prize for her play Three Seconds in the Key, the 2008 Helen Merrill Distinguished Playwright Award and the Richard H. Broadhead Prize for teaching excellence at Yale University, where she is Associate Professor (adj.) in the undergraduate Theater Studies Program. Commissions include the NY Public Theater, Actors Theater of Louisville, PS122, The Jewish Museum of New York, and Dixon Place.

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Vaudevisuals interview – Soomi Kim – “MLCG”

MLCG – (My Little China Girl)


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Vaudevisuals interview with Siobhan O’Loughlin – “Broken Bone Bathtub”

Video interview with “Broken Bone Bathtub” creator/performer Siobhan O’Loughlin.

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“A strange, comforting, and magical show that left me tremendously moved and deliriously hopeful.”

— DC Metro Theatre Arts

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I first met Siobhan at a performance in Kensington, Brooklyn. The monthly series was called “Tiny Dangerous Fun” and it was hosted by John Leo and Andy Sapora. Two very funny dudes! Siobhan made an impression on me from her wonderful personality and vulnerbility with the audience. If you are up for a great and unique theater experience I suggest you go this charming young woman in the bathtub!

Here are the remaining dates

Tickets can be had here!

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Dixon Place Performing Arts Vaudevisuals Interview Video

Vaudevisuals Interview with Peggy Shaw – “Ruff” a solo performance @ Dixon Place – COIL FESTIVAL 2013

The Coil Festival presents “Ruff” with Peggy Shaw. Directed by Lois Weaver. Cowritten by Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw. Presented at Dixon Place.
For more information on the series go here:
For more information on Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver’s SPLIT BRITCHES work go here:
Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver (with Deb Margolin) founded “Split Britches” in 1981.
This video interview originally was posted at:

<a“A Menopausal Gentleman – The Solo Performances of Peggy Shaw” Published by University of Michigan

Incubator Arts Project Performing Arts Photography Physical Theater Story Teller Studio 440

WaxFactory’s – #aspellforfainting – Incubator Arts Project – ‘Other Forces 2014’

Presented at Studio 440

Performers and creative team:

Gillian Chadsey

Ivan Talijancic

Shige Moriya / LEIMAY

The program note was as follows:

“Audience members are encouraged to use their mobile phones (turn ringer and flash OFF) to record photos, videos, or sounds and Tweet them using the hashtag #aspellforfainting.

The WaxFactory website statement:

“A brand new ensemble work for a solo performer, a sound artist/DJ and a video artist/VJ, titled#aspellforfainting is an improvisational piece, created anew for each performance by using disparate textual sources (The Seagull, Macbeth, Hamlet, Streetcar Named Desire, American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, YouTube instructional videos, etc), a multitude of musical selections and sounds, and over 50 objects as an investigation in the chaos of creation. The performer is given a series of tasks to complete while the DJ/VJ team shifts through a constantly rotating series of textual sources, sound cues, light changes, and props placed in the performers path.”

A revelatory exploration of space and emotions by WaxFactory. Stunning and emotional journey into the heart of the moment.

Here are some images I captured that night.

Gillian Chadsey performs at 440 StudioA solo performer on the white fabric stage, a sound artist/dj and video artist working together

WaxFActory performance of #aspeallforfainting.Spraying the air with a container of aerosol and proceeding to take on a large black wig in the middle of an emotional moment.

Gillian Chadsey in the wig during the #aspellforfaintingGillian Chadsey was an emotional roller coaster as she moved from one character to another hardly speaking.

Gillian Chadsey reading a letter during the perormance.The audience was in close proximity of the performance of Gillian Chadsey . 

The conclusion of #aspeallforfainting

The final scene from the #aspellforfainting performance ends with Gillian Chadsey collapsed on the floor after speaking in the microphone.

For more information about WaxFactory/Click here

For more information about Incubator Arts Project/Click here

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