GOODNESS

Genre: Dance
by Michael Redhill

Winner of both the 2006 Carol Tambor's Best of Edinburgh Award, the top honor at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and a Scotsman Fringe First award (the oldest award at the Fringe) GOODNESS is a multi- layered exploration of genocide accompanied by a lush sound-scape of choral music from around the world.

Preview:   03/01/07
Open:   03/02/07
Close:   03/11/07

Schedule:
Tuesday – Friday at 8 PM;
Saturday at 3 PM and 8 PM; and Sunday at 3 PM.
Theater:   P.S. 122
Address:   150 First Ave.
New York, NY 10003
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Closest subway: 6 to Astor Place. Walk north one block to 9th Street, then east to theatre

Cost:$25.00, $10.00 PS Members
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  Michael Redhill (playwright) is the internationally-acclaimed, award winning author of the novel Martin Sloane, which the NY Times hailed for its "unbounded intelligence... occasionally a writer comes along who gets real life just right." The New York Review of Books called it "entrancing...unique and memorably human." Other work includes Light-Crossing, a collection of poetry, Fidelity, a collection of short fiction. His latest novel Consolation was recently published in the US by Little, Brown and Company.

  Ross Manson (director) is an actor, director, and translator, and the founding Artistic Director of Volcano ("The best independent theatre company in Toronto" - NOW Magazine). Ross has directed 18 shows for Volcano, which have earned 27 Dora nominations, 7 wins, 2 Governor General award nominations, the Amnesty International Freedom of Speech Award shortlist (Edinburgh Festival Fring), the NOW Peoples Choice Award, a Chalmers National Play Award, and now an Edinburgh Fringe First award, and the Carol Tambor "Best of Edinburgh" award. Ross has twice been nominated for a Dora award in Directing, and is the winner of both a Harold award in Toronto (for a sustained contribution to the arts community), and a KM Hunter Award for excellence in the theatre arts.