MAN IS MAN

Genre: Classical, Drama
Paul Binnerts directs a new production of Bertolt Brecht's MAN IS MAN

MAN IS MAN follows the transformation of Galy Gay from a naive and ignorant porter in Colonial British India into a vicious fighting machine, at the hands of a company of soldiers who need a fourth man. Offering an unusual view on the dilemmas and cruelties of war, Binnerts' production of MAN IS MAN is played as "real-time theater," with the actors always present on stage as themselves, in effect being themselves in the play's roles and scenes, which they re-create.

The production, produced by The Elephant Brigade at HERE Arts Center, features Lauren Blumenfeld, Tristin Daley, Eric Eastman, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Natalie Kuhn, Justin Lauro, and Sarah Wood.
Preview:   12/05/07
Open:   12/10/07
Close:   12/22/07

Schedule:
Mondays and Wednesdays-Saturdays at 8:30pm and Sundays at 4:00pm (no performances Tuesdays
Theater:   Here Arts Center
Address:   145 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013
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Closest subway: C,E to Spring Street; south to theatre

Cost:$18 ($15 students/seniors
Buy Tickets Online or Call: www.here.org at 212-352-3101
Company: The Elephant Brigade         Official Web Site: www.theelephantbrigade.com.