SOMEONE'S TRYING TO KILL ME

Genre: Drama
Bryan Santiago

The 1950’s American dream comes crashing into contemporary reality presented in a multi-media mysterious, thrilling and sometimes darkly humourous tale of parallel worlds colliding to reveal stark truths and hidden secrets.

Through the narrative of Dylan and Olivia Stratford is an exploration in where creativity comes from and how it is harnessed in a classic 1950’s American  setting  but with progressive contemporary points of view. At first glance it is a classic murder mystery. Beyond this enchanting thriller is a subtext which aligns two different venues of creativity and illustrates how each of those venues is subtly stifled by hyper capitalism. Exposing the light of inspiration  in American  storytelling  in theater and  film analogous to inspiration  in innovation  and  productivity  in American  manufacturing, it offers the hypothesis that the lack of nurturing and support of motivated ideas in both areas leads to decay and stagnation of the American dream.

 
This production is a part of HEREstay, HERE’s curated rental  program, which provides artists with subsided space and equipment, as well as technical support.

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www.someonestryingtokillme.com


About the Company: LookerLab Productions and Artists on the Brink

Artists on the Brink is an organization that builds relationships, develops art events and collaborates with other non profits to intersect the arts community with other socially conscious partners through multidisplinary art forms and educational programming



Open:   11/18/11
Close:   12/04/11

Schedule:
Nov 18th 8:30pm - Audience Previews Nov 19th 8:30pm Press - Opening Night Nov 20th 3pm matinee, 8:30pm

Nov 22nd 8:30pm Nov 25th 8:30pm Nov 26th 8:30pm

Nov 27th 3pm matinee, 8:30pm

Nov 29th-Dec 2nd 8:30pm (Q&A after performance)

Dec 3rd 4pm matinee, 8:30pm

Dec 4th 4pm matinee

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:$18.00
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Here Arts Center at 212. 352.3101