Duo Multicultural Arts Center

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Address: 62 East 4th Street
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All About Meat (The Garcias)  | Open: 10/04/12 Close: 12/15/12
Duo Multicultural Arts Centeris pleased to presentthe return ofALL ABOUT MEAT (THE GARCIAS), written and directedby Michelangelo Alasa’. ALL ABOUT MEAT (THE GARCIAS) will play 10 weeks from October 4th through December 15th, 2012 at the Duo Theatre (62 East 4th Street, East Village, NYC). Opening Night is Saturday, October 13th at 8pm.

Wait ‘til you meet the Garcias. They're rich, they're gauche, they're Cuban and they own the largest chorizo sausage business in the U. S. One day they decide to expand their empire to include an escort pay-for-sex business and all hell breaks loose.

Featuring Michelangelo Alasa’ as Carlos Garcia, Mario Bosquez asDolores Garcia, Cat Lippencott as Jennifer Spears/Gladys, Antonio Minino as Pepito Garcia, Pooya Mohseni as Florinda Taqueria, Mark Moore as Winston Garcia, Susana Perez as Marcia Garcia, Facundo Rodriguez as Manny and Andres De Vengoechea as Carlitos Garcia.

The Duo Theatre is located at 62 East 4th Street (South side of East 4th St, between The Bowery and 2nd Avenue).

Nearest Subway: N/R to 8th St; 6 local to Astor Place.

For more information about All About Meat (The Garcias), http://www.DuoTheater.org

Direct link to purchase tickets:

https://www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?EID&showCode=ALL40&BundleCode&GUID

 

Genres:Comedy, Latino, LGBT


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Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/MeatPlay

Orpheus & Euridice  | Open: 06/02/11 Close: 06/12/11
“Masterpiece of the 21st century” – Opera News

(New York, NY) Collaborative Stages and The Orpheus Project are proud to announce a new production of Ricky Ian Gordon’s Orpheus and Euridice.  Directed by Brian Letchworth, this staged production of the popular song cycle will run June 2-12, 2011 at the Duo Multicultural Arts Center in Manhattan. This co-production of Orpheus and Euridice will be the first New York City production of this beautiful song cycle since it’s premiere at Lincoln Center in 2005.

Completed in 2001, Ricky Ian Gordon’s hour-long song cycle Orpheus and Euridice is the most recent interpretation of the Orphic myth by a major composer. The text, which he wrote himself, is at once timeless and highly personal. The music is epic in scope while still maintaining the blend of modern art music and popular musical theatre for which Mr. Gordon is so well-known. In his setting of the tale, told by the soprano as she recounts a dream she had, Orpheus is represented by the clarinet, who speaks in music through his instrument. Labeled by the composer as a dramatic song cycle, Orpheus and Euridice was intended to be presented not only through music, but also through movement and stagecraft.

Orpheus and Euridice features an impressive ensemble of talented musicians: Heather Dudenbostel, soprano, Ryan Dudenbostel, clarinet and Jad Bernardo, piano.

Orpheus & Euridiceis directed by Brian Letchworth and produced by Sarah Jane Arnegger for Collaborative Stages.  The Production staff includes Dan Jobbins, Lighting Designer;, Zhuojie Chen, Video and ProjectionDesigner;, and Gabriella Senatore, Assistant Stage Manager. The Production Supervisor is Griffin Parker.

 

MEET THE ARTISTS: There will be a talkback with composer Ricky Ian Gordon and the performers following the 8:00pm performance on Thursday, June 2.

For more info:  www.orpheusproject.org