Genre: Other
written by Jason Craig, directed by Mallory Catlett, music composed by David Malloy

Banana Bag & Bodice's combine their shows Sandwich & The Young War into one evening of performance.

The Young War - four theorists explore the mysteries of the "escort" and "woo", examining the humiliating battle between "having" a sex and "doing the sex thing. The result is the violent, retrospective misgiving of a spend and dried-up rubber

Sandwich - a surreal cabaret, which leaks blood and uses bread to soak it up. With a cast of characters moving on all fours, holdign a shiny knife in one paw while washing the other of the evidence - this show will make you laugh while forcing you to smell the burning flesh surrounding your soul
About the Company: Ontological-Hysteric Theater

In 2005, the Ontological-Hysteric Theater thoroughly revamped and updated its programs for emerging artists by starting the Ontological-Hysteric Incubator. The Incubator is programming which guides artists from workshop phases to fully realized productions. The Incubator houses artists, who follow in the compositional theater footsteps of Richard Foreman, but have their own unique visions and aesthetic strategies for tracing out the Ontological-Hysteric Theater's aim of unsettling perception and disorienting understanding. The Incubator programming provides these artists with aesthetic and practical mentorship and support on their way towards self-sustaining and more rigorous productions. Ontological-Hysteric Incubator is long-term development and process oriented programming for emerging artists. Ideally artists begin in one of its work-in-progress programs and grow towards fully realized and self-produced performances beyond the Incubator.

Open:   07/01/05
Close:   07/09/05

Wednesday-Saturday at 8pm,
Theater:   Ontological Theater at St. Marks
Address:   131 East 10th Street (at 2nd Ave)
New York, NY
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