Undiscovered Countries

Todays Date: 12/14/19
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Undiscovered Countries is an ongoing festival of new and developing live art, performing every other month.  

Undiscovered Countries has now presented 35 consecutive monthly or bimonthly showings at various New York venues, including Goodbye Blue Monday, Brooklyn Fireproof, Quinn’s NYC, and our current home at Bizarre Bushwick.  Over one hundred emerging artists have worked with Undiscovered Countries to produce their in-development works, which have gone on to productions at Dixon Place, Tom Noonan’s Paradise Factory, and the PIT. 


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

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Production History

PILGRIM NOTES  | Open: 06/19/16 Close: 07/09/16
A solo show about settling and esteem, and how easy it is to fall for somebody when they're on death row.  

While the country watched the Supreme Court legalize gay marriage nationwide, Thibodaux Louisiana was gripped by the trial of serial killer Brando Gierke.  Brando's Dahmer-esque spree claimed the lives of twenty-two men, including Thibodaux's own Tommy Watkins.  Jasper Lange, a virgin approaching thirty, dreams of a pilgrim-themed wedding even though he's only ever kissed one man: Tommy Watkins.  Confused, lonely and in mourning, Jasper sends a note to Brando, beginning a correspondence that challenges Jasper's perceptions of of esteem and love.

directed by Caroline Kittredge Faustine
sound and music by Cameron Toy

 

The New York Premiere of Pilgrim Notes will be presented as part of the 8th Annual Planet Connections Festivity.  All performances of Pilgrim Notes will benefit the Les Turner ALS Foundation.

 


About the Company: Undiscovered Countries

Undiscovered Countries is an ongoing festival of new and developing live art, performing every other month.  

Undiscovered Countries has now presented 35 consecutive monthly or bimonthly showings at various New York venues, including Goodbye Blue Monday, Brooklyn Fireproof, Quinn’s NYC, and our current home at Bizarre Bushwick.  Over one hundred emerging artists have worked with Undiscovered Countries to produce their in-development works, which have gone on to productions at Dixon Place, Tom Noonan’s Paradise Factory, and the PIT. 

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