Experiments 18: In Among the Young and the Healthy

February 26, 2018

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47 Great Jones St.

Monday at 7:30PM

Free Admission; Suggested Donation

FREE EVENT
By Robert Zander Norman

Directed by Alex Hare 

A young man uproots his life in the suburban Midwest to move across the country and be closer to an online journalist who's charmed him with her obsessive photo essays on impending nuclear apocalypse.
CAST
Everett: Russell Sperberg
Charlotte: Tara Pacheco
Dana and others: Narea Kang
Dale and others: Felipe Bonilla

About the Artists

Robert Zander Norman is a graduate of NYU's Dramatic Writing program. He is from San Jose, California and is a co-founder and publisher of somos potros. His work has been performed in New York and the Bay Area. His play All of My Blood was produced as part of the 2017 Corkscrew Theater Festival.
Alex Hare is a director/writer investigating what it means to be a citizen-artist. Projects in 2017 included You Can’t Kiss a Movie (HERE Arts Center), a multimedia play inspired by the French New Wave; Autoportrait by Zachary Small (Dixon Place HOT! Festival), an experimental play about fiction and queer utopia; and Chains Don’t Rattle Themselves, a song cycle bringing formerly incarcerated writers together with composer/performers to create songs about youth incarceration. Alex is the Associate Artistic Director of Corkscrew Theater Festival, a summer festival for early-career artists. Assistant credits: Side Show (Broadway, Kennedy Center), School of Rock (Broadway). Alex studied American Studies at Columbia University. alexhare.nyc

About Experiments Play Reading Series

For the past 18 years, the Experiments play reading series has provided a forum for talented playwrights to continue their creative process. The Monday evening readings at La MaMa give playwrights the opportunity to hear their developing plays read by professional actors and to receive valuable audience feedback. Experiments is a playwright ­driven service that is free to attend. Each season, it is organized around shifting themes and curators, which allows a larger, underserved theater community to experience a greater diversity of programming.