Genre: Drama, Other
Jeremy Bloom, Brian Rady

  Anchor Women is a tone poem of a play which fuses music, performance, and live video feed into a sweeping multimedia fantasy. A re-imagining of the lives of familiar figures: the financial crisis of a celebrity photographer, the identity crisis of a talk-show host, the motherhood of a stewardess, and the unexpected sexual awakening of a fame-crazed anchorwoman reporting for her first time in Baghdad. Anchor Women is a lyrical and idiosyncratic deification of the females at the forefront of the American liberal media.


ANCHOR WOMEN is showing as part of the Women On The Edge series @the cell in New York City at 338 West 23rd Street. For further information, please visit Tickets are available for $10 at the door.

 PERFORMANCE DATES: February 25th at 8pm; February 26th at 8pm; February 27th at 8pm


ABOUT THE CELL: Since its inception in 2006, the cell (Nancy Manocherian, Founding Director; Kira Simring, Artistic Director) has been, and continues to be, an incubator for creative projects.  Through its strong commitment to cultivate undiscovered artists, the cell has created residencies for diverse groups including the Tandem Reading Series, Center for Contemporary Opera and The Blackboard Reading Series.  the cell is located in the heart of Chelsea, New York City.  For more information, please visit 

Open:   02/25/10
Close:   02/27/10

February 25th at 8pm; February 26th at 8pm; February 27th at 8pm
Theater:   Cell Theatre
Address:   338 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
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Take the blue, red or yellow subway lines local to 23rd Street. The Cell Theatre is on the south side of 23rd Street between 8th and 9th Avenue

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