No Theater, under the direction of Roy Faudree and Sheena See, presents one of Richard Maxwell's early plays about a love triangle "made simple, in stark songs and screams . . . no other American theater artist working today manages to elicit such complex responses from such seemingly simple material" (Ben Brantley, The New York Times, reviewing New York City Players' 2001 production of CAVEMAN).
No Theater of Northampton, Massachusetts, has previously brought its original plays to The Performing Garage THE ELEPHANT MAN (1970s), LAST RESORT (1980s), and DUPE (1990s) before touring the work throughout Europe. Company members Roy Faudree and Sheena See also have appeared in many Wooster Group productions. Most recently in New York, No Theater conceived, designed and directed END OF THE ROAD, featuring the Young@Heart Chorus, which played a sold-out run at St. Ann's Warehouse in 2010. "The best-kept secret in experimental theater" (National Public Radio). No Theater's production of CAVEMAN is performed and co-directed by Roy Faudree, Sheena See and Tom Mahnken.
Part of The Performing Garage Presents, a visiting artist series at The Performing Garage, 33 Wooster St, New York City.
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