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Galinsky, FF Alumn, in POW's, March 8, 2002.
POW'S: The Greatest
Anti-War Show on Earth
A multi-media theatre happening inspired by 9.11.01 with international performers from The Gambia, Russia, USA, Switzerland and Haiti.
Friday March 8,
2002 10:00pm at St. Mark's Church
131 East 10th Street at 2nd Avenue New York City
$7 Adults, $4 Students
212.332.0878 or firstname.lastname@example.org for info
Conceived by Galinsky and The Bohdi Tree Theatre Company with Christopher Stackhouse
Produced by The Bohdi Tree Theatre Company
Music: Tom Linder, John Morton, Laraaji
Video: Peter Shapiro, Feedbuck Galore Inc.
Media Installations: Disney Borg, Feedbuck Galore, Lalalandia
Performances: Bonnie Lacorte & Henry Gen (fencing), Kadiatou Sibi (song/dance), Stilts Pop (stilt walking), Taylor Mead (poetry), James Bray (theramin), Dawn Crandall (dance), Galinsky (theatre), Dennis Jordan (monologue), Judgecal (monitration station), Luvvy (zen theatre), Philly Saul (security.)
POW's: The Greatest Anti-War Show on Earth is a two act evening of multi-media theatre including (and not limited to): fencing duels, twin tower stilt walkers, video projections, computer installations, live music and theatrical performances by actors and poets (with free food.)
At its core, POWs
it is an abstract circus, inspired by the events of 9.11.01 and the ensuing
cry for war. All performers involved agree that the propaganda and war-like
mindset is not of their choosing and therefore have agreed to involve themselves
in this event.