Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Red Noir: Anne Waldman, Judith Malina & the Living Theatre

On December tenth, The Living Theatre will open a new - and bold - production: Red Noir. The play is written by poet Anne Waldman and directed by Judith Malina herself.

Red Noir
Greedy hands close a black market deal...
A glamorous detective pursues a corporate agent with a valise containing danger…
A rogue lab technician follows them with a valise containing hope...
A chorus of anarchists brings sanity and peace to a world of strife and struggle...

Red Noir was derived by poet Anne Waldman from the metaphors of film noir... it's a drama of technology, erotics, and politics.

An inspired Living Theatre cast works under the legendary direction of Judith Malina.

This is visionary theatre that lets the audience and players collaborate to defeat evil.

Red Noir runs December tenth through January 30
Wednesdays: pay what you can
Thursdays through Sundays: $20
(no show December 18)
previews December 7, 8, 9: pay what you can

The Living Theatre

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