This February/March SADP is coming to the Under St. Marks Theater as part of the New York Frigid Festival 2014 with an exciting new show,
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Gardaí
Borders aren’t just political – they’re personal. This daring new play illuminates one woman’s attempt to interrogate the bureaucratic horror of Immigration Policy, seeking humanity in a deeply dehumanizing process. Lili explores immigration – from Ireland to her native New Mexico – and why it’s the issue everyone’s so damn worried about.
Thursday February 20th @ 5:30
Sunday February 23rd @3:40
Sunday March 2nd @3:40
Tuesday March 4th @7:05
Saturday March 8th at 8:25
IN THE WORKS…
SADP Members Jaime Lamchick and Amber Fox LaCasse are developing a new photography project called Lights On; it is a new project combining photographs and stories of real people to deconstruct and redefine our idea of the word “sexy.” For more information email [email protected]
The Orphan Policy) Part II & III is being developed at the New School for Drama as a part of the New School for Drama Play Alumni Project.
SADP members are also developing their first short film project!