Skeleton Rep(resents)

Todays Date: 12/06/19
Last Update: 09/15/18 07:15:37 PM
 
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We at The Skeleton Rep want to create and explore modern myth.
We want to use the bare minimum needed in addition to the human instrument to tell these stories.
We need others to do it with us.
 
We can show great things given a script, actors, and a space.  We can experience even bigger things when that script asks those actors to reach up and out to their roles, rather than drag the parts down and in. We need a space to explore.  We choose to believe that whatever space we may have, it is perfect for what we are about to do. Let us solve the problems of the script together, using body and space as often as possible.  Let us figure out how to demonstrate what might seem impossible.
 
The goal is to create new work and present it honestly, with purity and expression through the body.  When we make theatre together with fulfilling, challenging, and interesting roles that also push us past ourselves, we strengthen our community and the theatre cannon, by adhering to what is most rich, most communal, and most articulate. 


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

DEVICES OF TORTURE  | Open: 10/13/18 Close: 10/22/18
DEVICES OF TORTURE follows four dominatrixes as they navigate their daily work, life, and relationships in the days following the 2016 election. Love isn't the only thing that hurts.

Skeleton Rep(resents) is proud to present DEVICES OF TORTURE a new play by Caroline Bennett, directed by Ria T. DiLullo as part of the New York International Fringe Festival - FringeNYC. 

Featuring Olivia Jampol (AJAX, The Flea), Miranda Poett (Whatchamacallit: A Play about Jesus), Isabella Jane Schiller (Garbage Person Karaoke, Capital Fringe), and Miranda Noelle Wilson* (Ryan Raftery’s Titans of Media, The Public).

*Appearing Courtesy of Actors' Equity Association 


About the Company: Skeleton Rep(resents)

We at The Skeleton Rep want to create and explore modern myth.
We want to use the bare minimum needed in addition to the human instrument to tell these stories.
We need others to do it with us.
 
We can show great things given a script, actors, and a space.  We can experience even bigger things when that script asks those actors to reach up and out to their roles, rather than drag the parts down and in. We need a space to explore.  We choose to believe that whatever space we may have, it is perfect for what we are about to do. Let us solve the problems of the script together, using body and space as often as possible.  Let us figure out how to demonstrate what might seem impossible.
 
The goal is to create new work and present it honestly, with purity and expression through the body.  When we make theatre together with fulfilling, challenging, and interesting roles that also push us past ourselves, we strengthen our community and the theatre cannon, by adhering to what is most rich, most communal, and most articulate. 

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