“Drive,” an Intergenerational Ensemble production, directed by Amy Poux and performed by Claudia Brown, Kaethe Fine, Fraser, Rich Lange and Johnny Poux will be performed at Green Kill on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 8 PM. Ticket are $5 at the door or reserve tickets on Eventbrite. Seating limited to 45.
DRIVE will be a singular live and improvised theatrical experience, never to be repeated exactly the same way again.
DRIVE is Intergenerational Ensemble ’s (I.E.) version of a short play series. Set in the confines of a car ride, each improvised scene will take the audience on a journey to or from an experience through the relationships of the characters on stage.
About the Intergenerational Ensemble
Intergenerational Ensemble creates live improvised scenes in public spaces, that shine a light on the complexity of human interactions, and invite spectators to play along. Actors of all ages populate stores, theaters, restaurants, streets and create short invisible Flash Theater scenes on issues that range from economic status to human rights, and ultimately consider the question of citizenry and societal membership. As members of a shared society, what is our responsibility to other human beings?
Most recently I.E. did a flash theater event at the O+ Festival in October 2017. Taking place at the Art Bar, in Kingston NY, I.E. installed a piece which drew spectators into a dysfunctional family restaurant that was being turned into a juice bar by the estranged son. I.E. also did a piece during the 2017 Rosendale Street Festival at the Rosendale Theatre where spectators experienced the downfall of a theater production that flopped.