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Open: 07/24/15- Close: 08/02/15 BUTCHER HOLLER HERE WE COME
1973, West Virginia. Following a cave collapse, 5 coal miners struggle to survive the dwindling supply of oxygen, the lack of food and water, the unravelling sense of passing time, and, even more threatening, their own competing natures. Brutally weaving through family histories, complicated friendships, crooked politics, childhood visions, audacious hopes, eerie dreams, criminal addictions, and fervent spirituality in this run-of-the-mill Appalachian community, Butcher Holler Here We Come is a descent into the male psyche-in-crisis where secret desires, carnal urges, and hidden memories come boiling to the surface in a primitive territory of Earth that mirrors the subliminal mind.

Butcher Holler Here We Come is immersively staged with the audience surrounding the actors and the performance is lit entirely by the

Venue:
Tank at Chashama : 208 West 37th Street
Open: 10/08/15- Close: 10/24/15 MACBETH (OF THE OPPRESSED)
The days of political correctness have forced a prudish Queen Duncan to employ generals of all genders, races and sexual orientations into her army. Yet these times are still filled with the nepotism and prejudices of the past and General Macbeth struggles to be seen just as competent as his straight counterparts. With the conviction and support of his husband, and the predictions of greatness and power bestowed upon him by a trio of enslaved witches, he goes down a dangerous path of betrayal, greed and murder. 

Featuring a cast of eight women and eight men.


About the Company: Fab Marquee Productions

A creative development company producing irresistibly visceral, visual and literary experiences. 

 

http://www.fabmarqueeproductions.com

Venue:
14th St. Y Theater : 344 East 14th Street
Open: 10/08/15- Close: 10/24/15 MACBETH (OF THE OPPRESSED)
Set in the near future, the days of political correctness have forced a prudish Queen Duncan to employ generals of all races and sexual orientations into her army. Yet these times are still filled with the nepotism and prejudices of the past and General Macbeth struggles to be seen just as competent as his straight counterparts, but with the conviction and support of his husband and the predictions of greatness and power bestowed upon him by a trio of enslaved minority witches, he goes down a dangerous path of betrayal, greed and murder. 


About the Company: Fab Marquee Productions

Antonio Miniño's FMP is a creative development company producing irresistibly visceral, visual and literary experiences.

 

http://www.fabmarqueeproductions.com

http://www.facebook.com/fabmarqueeproductions

Venue:
The Theater at the 14th Street Y : 344 East 14th Street (between 1st a