Bare Bones Ensemble

Todays Date: 12/11/19
Last Update: 08/16/10 11:07:31 PM
 
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Mission Statement: 
 
Bare Bones Ensemble is an open collaborative community of playwrights, directors, and actors who are dedicated to cultivating and producing new, original works in unconventional or modest spaces. We are passionate about the challenge in developmental theatre and believe in going back to basics, experimenting with the unfamiliar, and continually evolving through artistic creation. 
 
 
 
Bare Bones Ensemble (NY) is:
 
Ryan Hampton (Co-Artistic Director) *
Monet Hurst-Mendoza (Co-Artistic Director) *
Laurissa Mallozzi-Hampton (Associate Producer) *
James Haro (Associate Producer)
Alex Martin *
Brienne Riccio
Joseph Xavier-Mack
David Rigano
Amy Holson-Schwartz
Garrett Ford
Katherine M. Carter
Kate Irish Gleason
Morgan Lennon
Danielle Szabo
 
*=Founding Member

Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Work(s) In Progress: A Bare Bones Theatre Festival  | Open: 08/19/10 Close: 08/21/10
Work(s) in Progress

Produced by James Daniel Haro, Ryan Hampton, Monet Hurst-Mendoza, and Laurissa Mallozzi-Hampton.

*FREE ADMISSION*

Featuring new work by our members:

"The Legend of King Arthur" 
By Amy Holson-Schwartz, directed David Rigano

"Solidarity" 
Written and Directed by Joseph Xavier-Mack

"Homecoming" 
By Monet Hurst-Mendoza, directed by Danielle Szabo

"A Widely Known Person"
By Garrett Ford, directed Kate Gleason

"My Mother Is..." 
By Brienne Riccio, directed by Danielle Szabo

"The Big One"
By Ryan Hampton, directed by Alex Martin
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Location: Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn NY

Performances: August 19-21; 5pm-8pm

All performances will be performed on the outdoor stage in the NE corner of the park, at the bottom of the stairs below the Ship Martyrs Monument.

From Manhattan: B,Q, R train to Dekalb Ave, walk east on Dekalb (past Applebees). Park entrance is on the left, follow path to left and down the stairs. Or take C train to Lafayette, walk South, one block to the park. 

From Brooklyn / Queens: G train to Fulton. Walk south on S Oxford St, one block to the park. 

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