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Dixon Place Presents She-She-She Nov. 14th

This vibrant collaborative piece tells a modern tale of alienation through the stories of six women across generations. Set in a New Deal-era women’s work camp on New York’s Bear Mountain, She-She-She highlights the nonlinear nature of progress, and explores how we wrestle with the intersections of our inheritance as we are informed and molded by our past. She-She-She will receive a works-in-progress performance at Dixon Place November 14 at 7:30pm in preparation for its Brooklyn premiere May 18-June 2, 2018 at the Mark O’Donnell Theater at the Actors Fund Arts Center.

CONCEIVED BY: Carrie Heitman

PRODUCED BY: Carrie Heitman, Morgan Lindsey Tachco, Chad Lindsey

DIRECTED BY: Chad Lindsey

WRITTEN BY: Cynthia Babak

SOUND DESIGN BY: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca

PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT BY: Leah McVeigh

STAGE MANAGEMENT BY: Katie Sammons

DEVISED AND PERFORMED BY: Cynthia Babak, Tia DeShazor, Carrie Heitman, Emily Kunkel, Elizabeth London, Nylda Mark, Javan Nelson, Jeremy Rafal, and Jamie Effros


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Photo by andy battaglia

Photo by andy battaglia

Hook & Eye is an ensemble company of theater-makers, actors, dancers, musicians and artists based in Brooklyn, NY. We build totally new theatrical pieces full of joyful athleticism, soul, and song. Every year or so, a new play is brought to life.

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We teach play-writing at New York's Professional Performing Arts School . . . 

 

Community

. . . and offer 100% free PlayLabs where new ideas are brought forward, built, and developed . . . and we meet with and foster our artistic community.

 


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We start with a snag,

an idea that hooks our collective interest.  Using improvisation, discussion, and research, we tug at the thread until we've found

a story to unravel.

Working with our writers, musicians and artists to focus our vision, we knit the moments together, add layers, and get the story ready for fastening

with our audience.

While the timeline of each project varies, it generally takes over a year to conceive, build, and produce each new work.