Twitter plays, part CXI
It’s Twitter Plays CXI! This week’s assignment was to write a 1-tweet play that takes place on a DESERT ISLAND. Here are your plays, starting with @ctcjr and a colossally ineffective pick-up line…. @ctcjr: guy: hey, isn’t it ironic that you’re name’s sandy? Girl: no. @tonyfaulkner: Man (to pants hanging from tree): Good morning! @tonyfaulkner: Bob (up to...
An Original Play Written by ME
© 2005 Christopher Dippel Go Chris attempts to perform the last play called as if it were his own. After a moment, the author of that play comes up on stage. Author: Um, Chris, this is my play. Chris: No it isn’t. What do you mean? Author: I wrote this play, and in fact I just performed in it. We just did it. Chris: There may be some similarities, I admit, but, uh, we should address that at...
"Locker 4173b" is in The New Yorker! →
LOCKER 4173B The performance collective New York Neo-Futurists stages the story of an exploration of two storage lockers bought at auction. Joey Rizzolo and Christopher Borg wrote and perform; Justin Tolley directs. Previews begin April 28. Opens May 3. (The Monkey, 37 W. 26th St. 866-811-4111.)
Urns for Neo-Futurists →
when a neo-futurist dies, we’ll put their ashes in this.
Twitter plays, part CX
It’s Twitter Plays CX! This week’s assignment was to write a 1-tweet play that features BIGFOOT. Here are your plays, starting with @marmotry’s faithful retelling of a stage classic. (also, you will also see, further down, that @telan might have written the first ever Déjà twitterplay. boom!) @marmotry: Elsinore. A platform before the castle. Francisco at his post. Enter...
STICK IT IN ME
© Jenny Williams 2007 Everyone has 2 forks (brought from home), and creates the ryhthmic undercurrent by clanging them against each other. At go, Jenny stands centre stage and establishes rhythm. Jenny: I took forks from my house To use them for percussion What are the repercussions? What are the repercussions? No pasta, no salad, no cat food for my cat What do you think of that? What...
A Test of Aphorism #6928
©2005 Sarah Levy At the Go, Sarah gets a chair, sets it DL (or whatever space has been underused in the menu.) She goes and gets a pot and sits on the chair holding the pot. She watches it. After what seems like a decent amount of time, she looks at the audience and nods and then puts the pot downstage, where it remains for the rest of the show. Curtain. Throughout the night, Neos should check on...
The New York Neo-Futurists are on Broadcastr!
30 Plays in 30 Blocks The New York Neo-Futurists wrote 30 plays for the 30 blocks from Houston to 29th St and put them on BROADCASTR.COM! Join us, Sunday, April 17th at 3 PM, at Houston and 2nd for a stroll up 2nd Ave while the free Broadcastr iPhone app streams each our of plays into your ears, leading to a celebration at Paddy Reilly’s Pub on 29th St. with drink specials, storytelling, and...
Locker #4173b: The Excavation of 4173b (by Joey) →
There are a few things that you notice right away when you pull into the northern U-Haul Storage Center on Saw Mill River Road in Yonkers. The first thing is that the people gathering at the door are not the New-Yorkers known to a theater-going audience. These people are more akin to what…
A very short video attempt to demonstrate what... →
This week has been one of grey skies, religious strife, domestic uncertainty, and for me and mine, twelve new plays in Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind! Ticketing link! That’s…
Picture of a ham sandwich. →
Have a good day.
How To Steal Like An Artist (And 9 Other Things... →
We stole the third line, that’s why you don’t see it.
adamsmithshareswithyou: From TML April 2, 2011. Omar Telan’s play, “Sometimes I Forget That This Is The Planet Earth And I’m Not In Some Cosmic Sci-Fi Comic Fantasy Journey That Is The Greatest Adventure That Any Human Has Ever Had Ever: Back To The Future.”