QUICK AND DIRTIES: BIRD AND THE TWO TON WEIGHT PRESENTED BY |THE CLAQUE|

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Other

Quick and Dirties: Bird and the Two Ton Weight presented by |the claque|
by Darcy Fowler
directed by Kareem Fahmy

When her mother's long lost journal mysteriously shows up at the door, Chelsea meets a young woman she never knew. While they confront tragedies both big and small, Chelsea looks to her mother for a way to move forward. But is there more to her journal than meets the eye? THE BIRD AND THE TWO-TON WEIGHT is the story of what happens when past and present collide; a story of hope, possibility, and finding strength in the most unlikely of places.
About the Quick and Dirties: ideas are sexy.

|the claque| is proud to announce the second annual Quick and Dirties (QuaDs): ideas are sexy, presented by The Tank. |the claque|, your favorite arts and performance conglomerate based in New York City, is dedicated to creating excellent work while heightening the level of discourse which surrounds it. This year, |the claque| presents six workshop productions and two readings of new plays. Focusing on helping to realize big ideas from our collaborating playwrights |the claque's| approach is designed to encourage and allow artists to thrive, fostering an adaptable, non-competitive approach to creation and discussion. Each play receives a week long intensive and two public viewings focusing on building on the central ideas of the plays, while be supported by creative teams, including directors, designers, actors, stage managers, and a production manager.

There isn't much as seductive as thought and art.

Ideas are sexy.


Arts.Theatre

Open:   05/11/12
Close:   05/13/12

Schedule:
05/11/12- 7:00:00
05/13/12- 7:00:00
Theater:   The Tank
Address:   354 West 45th street
New York, NY 10036
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The Tank is located at 354 West 45th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues). To get to The Tank by subway: Take the A,C,E to 42nd Street/Time Square. Walk West.

Cost:$11
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006