Hello all! I will have a bit part in Andrea Kleine’s new performance piece Rationality. If you are in NYC, you should totally go!
a new performance work by Andrea Kleine
FEBRUARY 5-6, 2011 at 8PM
Andrea Kleine presents her latest project, RATIONALITY, a performance work that re-creates an episode of a live, call-in, cable-access philosophy TV show that aired in Arlington, Virginia in 1992. The particular episode on the topic of “rationality” featured four philosophical symposers descending into crisis when one symposer argues that rationality is irrelevant – rationality cannot rationalize irrationality.
The performers attempt an exact remake of the episode, including a verbatim transcript, live callers, and technical glitches — all performed in Andrea Kleine’s tiny Manhattan apartment — creating an intimate, voyeuristic experience replicating the proximity, scale, and environment of watching television.
Andrea Kleine has presented her interdisciplinary performance works at PS 122, The Kitchen, and The Walker Arts Center, among many other venues in the U.S. and abroad. She has received numerous commissions, grants, and awards including five MacDowell Colony fellowships, the New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship award, and a 2010 NYSCA independent artist commission. Her current project is a series of performance pieces about replication and re-enactment.
a piece by Andrea Kleine
performed by Henry Baumgartner, Jim Findlay, Kourtney Rutherford, Jason Schuler.
with Hajoe Moderegger, Bobby Previte, Raquel Cion, Cecil Castellucci.
EXTREMELY LIMITED SEATING
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th at 8PM
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6th at 8PM
at a location in the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York
Tickets are free, but there is a $10 reservation fee. Your reservation fee will be refunded to you at the performance.
We will give you the address when you make a reservation.
MAKE A RESERVATION: http://www.andreakleine.com
This performance is supported in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. RATIONALITY is a production of Art of Franza, Inc.