Genre: Comedy, Dance, Other
by Clove Galilee and Jenny Rogers

Set inside an airplane, the entire theater becomes the stage with high-flying action that takes place in and around the audience--in the aisles, galleys and lavatories of a trans-Atlantic flight. Immersed in a mystery, eight 1970's stewardesses find themselves split between the private self and the public persona in this radical adaptation of Maria Irene Fornes' play. Manned by a dedicated crew, Wicket Air Flight 1971 takes off just prior to the crest of the 2nd Wave of feminism on a journey where no man has gone before—to women's struggle in the workplace. On board, these stews look for mysterious signs of life and offer oxygen to a present-day feminism desperately in need of life support.

Co-directed by Jenny Rogers and Clove Galilee. Adapted and designed by Jenny Rogers, with choreography by Clove Galilee, videography by Jenny Rogers and an original soundtrack by the LA rock band Jetliner (fronted by lead singer Adam Paskowitz, formerly of The Flys). It stars Katie Apicella, Lee Eddy, Jessica Jolly, Christianna Nelson, Maria Parra, Kristen Rozanski, Lucas Steele Jona Tuck, and Elizabeth Wakehouse.

Preview:   01/03/09
Open:   01/08/09
Close:   01/25/09

- Sunday at 8pm with an added performance Monday, January 5
Theater:   3LD Art & Technology Ctr.
Address:   80 Greenwich Street
New York, NY
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Subway Info: Take the 1 train to Rector Street

Buy Tickets Online or Call: www.3LDNYC.org at 212-352-3101
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Clove Galilee's work has been presented in New York at PS122, the Public Theater, The Performing Garage, Arts at Saint Ann's, The Flea, PS1/ MOMA and Skirball Center. She is a TCG New Generations Fellow and a Princess Grace Foundation-USA Fellowship recipient. Clove is an artistic associate with Mabou Mines. In 2005, she collaborated with Basil Twist, Ushio Torikai, and Lee Breuer on Mabou Mines's production of Red Beads. Most recently, she was commissioned by New York Theater Ballet to create an original work based on James Joyce's The Dead


Jenny Rogers has exhibited her video work in numerous venues including PS 1 / MOMA , Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Feminale: 12 "International Women's Film Festival"in Cologne Germany; Bimovie 11- International Film Festival in Munich, Out Takes - New Zealand, Herzliya Museum for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv, and the Frameline Festival - San Francisco's Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. Recent theatrical projects include set design for The Libation Bearers in Athens, Greece.