Fri, Sep 13 at 7:30pm
Sat, Sep 14 at 2pm
Sat, Sep 14 at 7:30pm
Sat, Sep 14 at 9:30pm
Sun, Sep 15 at 2pm
No late seating
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn
“One of New York’s best
— The New Yorker
In Manmade Earth, eight teenagers from the Congo, Egypt, Malaysia, Somalia, Syria, Tanzania, and the United States — each with a unique path into this country — come together to create a new landscape on stage. With an abundance of materials, including cardboard, rope, buckets, and wood, Manmade Earth binds the audience and performers in an experiment of communal construction.
An investigation of permanence, stability, guts, and endurance, this new work from Obie Award–winning 600 HIGHWAYMEN asks what can we build from here and where will we go next?
Free with RSVP, $15 suggested donation
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Created by Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone of 600 HIGHWAYMEN, along with Nic Adams, Nur Aisyah, Nasra Ali, Raiza Almonte, Dimyana Angelo, Amanda Barsi, Augustin Bonane, Marisa Caruso, Michael Costagliola, Glo McDonald, Jeanvier Nkurunziza, Deb O, Eric Southern, and Diaaeddin Zabadani.
Design by Michael Costagliola, Deb O, and Eric Southern.
Co-produced by Torn Space Theater.
Developed through University at Buffalo’s Creative Arts Initiative in partnership with Torn Space Theater, as well a developmental residency with Lumberyard Arts Center in Catskill, New York.
Manmade Earth © 600 HIGHWAYMEN
Headshot ©Waleed Shah