2012 Weasel Festival

I’m co-producing this festival. Come and check it out.

‎7th ANNUAL BRING A WEASEL AND A PINT OF YOUR OWN BLOOD FESTIVAL

TO FEATURE FOUR NEW ADAPTATIONS:

EAST 13TH ST THEATRE

AUGUST 9TH-AUGUST11TH

Hello friends!

Produced and written by playwrights from Mac Wellman’s groundbreaking Brooklyn College MFA program, this year’s Weasel Festival features talented alumni LaShea Delaney, Paul Ketchum, Megan Murtha and Mark Sitko with director Jose Zayas. Curzio Malaparte’s The Skin and Kaputt were the jumping off points for a whimsically disturbing theatrical landscape filled with dying soldiers, dining German aristocrats, disgruntled prostitutes, playful sisters and a dog. All four playwrights have written wonderful, disturbing, exciting, funny, sad and innovative plays that explore different aspects of war, moral collapse and humanity.

LOCATION: East 13th Street Theatre,136 East 13th St

(btwn.3rd & 4th Ave – 4, 5, 6, N, R train to 14th St, UnionSq)

DATES/TIMES: Thurs. August 9, Fri. August 10 & Sat. August11 @ 8 pm

TICKETS (suggested donation): $18/15 students, reserve tickets at bringaweasel@gmail.com

Each night features all four new plays:

The King of Poland: By PaulKetchum

“Nazis had lots of dinner parties, and they talked about knitting,carrying the new baby Jesus, and how Hitler is actually the mother of theGerman people.”

II Gradoni di Chiaia: By Megan Murtha

“In the face of war and a volcanic eruption, canalleviation for a group of women be found in a can of Spam? The jelly fish might know the answer…”

Among the Bugs and Crows: By LaShea Delaney

“Oh how hard it is being a woman!”

Febo, Spaghetti and Spam: By Mark Sitko

“My dog has gone missing, and this boy is sure to die.”

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