Saturday, January 3, 2009

Welcome to Nowhere Comes Back to NYC


Here's some good news from Temporary Distortion, the experimental/mixed-media theatre company headed up by Kenneth Collins. It's about their show Welcome to Nowhere (bullet hole road), which was previewed on an nytheatrecast episode back in 2007 (one of the most popular episodes of that year, in fact), and then reviewed very favorably on nytheatre.com by James Comtois at its initial run at the Chocolate Factory in Queens.

Kenneth tells us about the work's subsequent success:


The play has been published in Theatre Forum, with an article by Philippa Wehle about our work, and has been booked at numerous venues, including PS 122 (Feb 2008); Via Festival (FRANCE, March 2008); Exit Festival (FRANCE, April 2008); Mois Multi Festival (Quebec, Sep 2008); Coil Festival (PS122 Now); Temps d'Images (Montreal, Feb 2009); and the Salzburg Festival (Austria, July/Aug 2009.
We are glad to share this news of an American indie theater company breaking out and getting some international attention.

Welcome to Nowhere (bullet hole road) is back in NYC at P.S. 122's Coil Festival. Performances are: January 7 @ 10:30pm, January 8 @ 2:30pm, January 10 @ 7:00pm, and January 13 @ 7:30pm. Click here for ticketing. There's more information about the show here: http://www.temporarydistortion.com/Nowhere.html.

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