Writers Block: Carol Muske-Dukes, I Married the Ice-Pick Killer
Howl! Arts and Howl! Happening present...
A week of Staged Readings to benefit the Actors Fund.
Friday, September 11:
I Married the Ice-Pick Killer
A play about a marriage between an actor and a poet that takes place after the death of the actor-husband, Hilton Als has hailed the play as a "living kind of poem" . The actor's widow believes that her spouse is still alivebecause he was such a gifted and transformative artistand so elusive emotionally in real life. The play begins with an idyllic re-creation of the two meeting in Italy; moves at an accelerated pace through years of the relationship, and returns again and again to the unanswered questions of a great love "undone" by art and psychological suffering. The poetry inherent in the dialogue and plot challenge assumptions of "what really happened" in this marriage of two artists seeking either truth or love.
Directed by Chris Grabowski
Writers Block reaffirms Howl! Arts and Howl! Happening's commitment to showcasing the vision of contemporary writers, performers, and artists. The Festival also serves to support Howl! HELP's mission to provide emergency financial assistance and social service support to artists who have participated in the annual HOWL! Festival or who made/make their careers in New York's East Village and Lower East Side arts communities. 100% of the proceeds from ticket sales benefit the Actors Fund.
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