A presentation of IRT's 3B Development Series
Human Animals: SMALL CLAIMS
Welcome to the Civil Court of the City of New York part 53: SMALL CLAIMS, one of the busiest courts in the world. David Jenkins's Small Claims introduces us to several characters searching for revenge, catharsis and the meaning of justice. Some have been wronged, some are plain wrong, and everyone else is just trying to get by. In the end, it all boils down to the principle of the thing.
SPECIAL EVENTS (on sale here):
Monday, July 26 - Justice (and beer) Will Be Served - As a kick-off to the Human Animals residency at IRT, seven acclaimed storytellers will share personal tales of Justice - 8 pm, Tickets $9.99
Saturday, July 31 - Benefit Performance & After-party - 8pm performance followed post-show revelry and borderline inappropriate conversation, Tickets $40
Justice will be served (2 FREE workshop performances of SMALL CLAIMS):
Thursday, July 29 - 8pm, FREE
Friday, July 30 - 8pm, FREE
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve FREE tickets.
Human Animals is a NYC-based theater ensemble committed to the celebration of the idiosyncrasies of the Human Animal. We believe in hungry theater, made by those who burn to practice their discipline, and embrace the constraints of our limited budgets as a means of creating innovative work. For more information on Human Animals, visit us at humananimals.org
IRT's 3B Development Series provides radically affordable space rental for the development of new theater and performance works. 3B's aim is to help fill the gap in New York's theater ecology between readings and full productions, offering time and space to explore, experiment and nurture new works from the seed stage.
Kori Rushton and Ben Vershbow, curators
154 Christoher St. #3B
New York, NY 10014
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