New Stage Performance Space

36 West 106th Street

March 31, April 1, 2, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30 

CREATED AND DIRECTED BYIldiko Nemeth
LIGHTING BYFederico Restrepo
PROJECTION DESIGN BYIldiko Nemeth, Alex Santullo and Chris Sharp
ANIMATION ILLUSTRATION BYChris Sharp
COSTUME DESIGN BYBrandon Olson
SOUND ENGINEERING BYAlex Santullo
MUSIC SELECTION BYIldiko Nemeth
CAST

Zachary Alexander

Adam Boncz

Dana Boll

Markus Hirnigel*

Brian Linden*

Tom Martin

Gloria Miguel*

Brandon Olson*

Jeanne Lauren Smith

Conor Weiss*

PRINCIPAL ADMINISTRATORFabiyan Pemble-Belkin
PRESS REPRESENTATIVEJonathan Slaff & Associates
Rules
Conceived and Directed by Ildiko Nemeth



The award winning New Stage Theatre Company will open its new permanent home, The New Stage Performance Space, located at 36 West 106th Street, Manhattan, from March 31 to April 30 with the debut production of "Rules," a multimedia theatre piece conceived and directed by Ildiko Nemeth.  The piece is based on "The Rules" by Charles L. Mee, a play from his (re)making project, derived from his popular history "The Constitutional Convention: A Sequel."

Nemeth’s “Rules” is an of-the-moment performance piece channeling the anxiety of our time. Faithful to Mee’s collage-like approach to drama, it brings together voices of the marginalized, objectified, and simply horrified to question what rules inform our reality. Who is writing them? What does it mean to fight for cohesion or unity?

 

 










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