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VISCERAL MOVEMENT PRODUCTION OF TONY-WINNING METAMORPHOSES
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Date(s): 07/13/2018 to 07/22/2018
Day(s): Friday Saturday Sunday
Time(s): Fri-Sat: 8:00 pm; Sun: 2:00 pm
Address: 5112 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601
Cost: General Admission: $25; VIP Tickets: $35
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A new theatre company, helmed by emerging young Los Angeles theatremakers, is making waves this July with its first production: a fresh take on Mary Zimmerman’s Tony Award-winning classic Metamorphoses. The Crosstown Players’ production seeks to explore Ovid’s classical myths with a modern, visceral movement style that breathes life into these stories in a new and exciting way. There are six performances in the month of July, beginning with their opening night on July 13th.
Metamorphoses is comprised of multiple myths contained in Ovid’s epic narrative of the same name. It chronicles stories of change, both of body and heart, of love lost and found, and of redemption and condemnation. It is a play that reminds its audience of the endurability of the human condition through the ages of time, and the comfort that can be found in knowing that.
Metamorphoses turned heads when it opened on Broadway in 2002, claiming two Drama Desk awards, several Tony Awards including Best Direction, and a nomination for Best Play. While many past productions utilized a pool of water as the focal point for the myths, the Crosstown Players have instead created a dynamic movement vocabulary as their play’s connective tissue, including off-balance work to evoke a sense of suspension. The actors also achieve literal suspension as they incorporate aerial silks to lift and transform themselves in breathtaking fashion.
Show dates: July 13th & 14th @ 8:00; July 15th @ 2:00; July 20th & 21st @ 8;00; July 22nd @ 2:00.
Venue: Theatre 68, 5112 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA
Tickets: General admission, $25; VIP tickets (reserved seating and two concession items), $35
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