Tuesday, February 23, 2010
I hate to say with a family of actors that it's been a pathetically long time since I've been truly moved by a play. So I'm pleased to say that the production, "New Hope City," rocked me to the core with its multimedia, genre-bending mixed grill of great music, film and acting. You'll feel like a sushi roll with every food you love in it but you never thought you could ever have it because it would fall apart. But the play stands firmly on a sturdy cutting board of hilarity, heartbreak, and bizarre futuristic philosophy. With highlights including an improvised talk show by Sexo the Clown and a sexy choreographed dance party, this show will give you a new hope that a trip to the theater can be a refreshingly nice time.
Playing this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Bushwick Starr in Brooklyn, NY. Get tickets now and learn more about the amazing band Pass Kontrol here.