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Directed by David Levine
Immigrant’s Theatre Project
Tenement theater, Orchard St, NYC
February - March, 2001
Stage Manager: Parys Le Bron
Scenic Design: Seth Watchell
Lighting Design: Christopher Weston
Costume Design: Naama Greenfield
Props: Natalia De Campos
Mary Shultz (Eve)
T. Ryder Smith (Uzmuz)
Dale Soules (Adeline)
Paul Zimet (Pirrip)
With: Susan Burns (Adeline 2)
A dark mirror of Beckett's play.
We might be just down the road from two tramps waiting for something, but Godot has arrived, a while back, and is upstairs, and won't come down, and shows no signs of leaving.
I found myself stripping naked and smearing my body with gunk, and then standing backstage, alone, waiting a long time to re-enter, wearing nothing but a loincloth of shredded socks, wedged between a thin flat and a former storefront window, visible to passersby on the street, in an unheated theatre, downtown, during a season of blizzards, performing for tiny audiences, for no money, and it was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. A wonderful playwright, an exceptional script, a brave and gifted director, a theatre with an inspiring mission, and a cast of experimental theatre luminaries. I felt very lucky.
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