Genre: Classical, Drama, Festival
A sensual new play by John Ott, directed by Drew Leary
In Ovid's tale, Pygmalion falls in love with a statue of his own creation, Galatea. In this smart, sexy modern-day tale, Pygmalion is a sculptor whose greatest desire is to capture beauty so that its transcendence can be maintained beyond a fleeting moment. Through a chance encounter in Times Square, he meets his Galatea: a street performer who creates and destroys her human statues each day. Her greatest desire is to be ravaged by the speed of life as vivid as the universe can offer. The two opposite souls are the antithesis of each other. This play is the flash of energy and oblivion that occurs when, drawn by something deep within themselves, they collide and join.

Part of the 11th Annual New York International Fringe Festival.

Burlesque Dance Kids Musical Reading
Classical Drama Lesbian+Gay Other Solo Performance
Comedy Festival Magic Poetry  
Schedule: Saturday, August 11 at 9:30 pm; Sunday, August 12 at noon; Monday, August 13 at 7:15 pm; Friday, August 17 at 5:15 pm; Saturday, August 18 at 5:00 pm
Theater:Connelly Theater
Address:220 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10009  Show Map
Location:East 4th Street between Avenues A and B
Directions:Closest subway: 6 to Astor Place. Walk south to 4th Street, east to theatre
Buy Tickets Online or Call: FringeNYC at (212) 279-4488
Presented by: Pageant Wagon Theater Company
Cast: Akil Davis, Teresa Wentzel