The podcast returns to The Secret Theatre for the second episode in a row, this time for the new offering from young-ish company The Dirty Blondes.
The work is called The Miracle Play, and it’s…well, it’s hard to say what it is, as you’ll surmise when you hear me try to do this interview. It’s a dense, challenging piece of theatre — and that’s not meant as a negative. My head was swimming after seeing it, so easing into an interview about it proved more difficult than I would have guessed.
Like the play, though, I think the discussion got to an interesting place.
So take a listen as playwright Ashley Jacobson, director Clare Hammoor, and actors Remy Bennett and Hannah Wolfe, discuss faith, the sound of plastic, writing a play during Hurricane Sandy, un-natural movement, and what it means (and looks like) to exist underwater.
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The Dirty Blondes & The Secret Theatre present
The Miracle Play
by Ashley Jacobson
directed by Clare Hammoor
Wed, Sept 4 @ 8pm
Thu, Sept 5 @ 8pm
Fri, Sept 6 @ 8pm
Sat, Sept 7 @ 8:30pm
Sun, Sep 8 @ 7pm
The Secret Theatre
4402 23rd Street
Long Island City, Queens
Tickets available via OvationTix
photos by Will Arvidson
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