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Open: 05/11/15- Close: 05/31/15 BLOOD RED ROSES: THE FEMALE PIRATE PROJECT
Blood Red Roses is a devised immersive shadow puppetry piece that examines the history of female pirates – performed on a boat in the Red Hook Channel. What made these incredible and dangerous women choose this life, as opposed to a more conventional path? The shadows will be cast all around you, constantly surprising you. Come go to sea with us, drink rum with us, sing along with us, go on this journey with us…

Drama of Works will present the World Premiere of Blood Red Roses: The Female Pirate Project, a puppet theater piece created by the ensemble and directed by Drama of Works Artistic Director Gretchen Van Lente, May 11-31 at The Waterfront Museum (290 Conover Street in Red Hook, Brooklyn).

Waterfront Museum and Showboat Barge : 290 Conover Street at Pier 44
Open: 05/28/15- Close: 05/31/15 COULD YOU PLEASE LOOK INTO THE CAMERA?
Could You Please Look Into the Camera? written in 2011, is based on interviews with detainees of the Syrian regime. Looking into the relationships that develop between Noura, a film-maker, and Zeid, Karim and Farah, three young protesters, the play sheds light on the characters’ personal conflicts and asks pressing questions about responsibility and action, set against the background of the eruption of the Syrian War.

The cast, led by director Aktina Stathaki, includes Tony Naumovski, Theodora Loukas, Sara Galassini and Yannick Trapmann-O’Brien.

Produced by Between the Seas Festival

About the Company: Between the Seas Festival

Between the Seas aims at promoting the representation and understanding of Mediterranean culture and identity in North America.

Our mission is to:

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