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"Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers" : a live art festival of comedy, drag, and solo performance
"Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers" : a live art festival of comedy, drag, and solo performance. Presented by Sleeping Weazel. Runs in Boston from June 12 through 21, 2014.
Week one: Thurs.-Sat., June 12-14, 8:00 pm: Johnny Blazes and Ugmo and Eenie Go Down the Ruski Hole; with a "sneak peek" free matinee (donations welcome at the door) of Lava Fossil on Sat., June 14 at 2:00 pm. Week two: Thurs.-Sat., June 19-21, 8:00 pm: Talk To At Me, with prelude performance Lava Fossil. All evening shows: $20 general admission, $10 for students, seniors, groups of 8 & more; $30 festival pass available, unlimited attendance to all shows.
From June 12-21, multimedia theatre company Sleeping Weazel concludes its second season with a four-part live art festival featuring two world premieres in repertory by Kenneth Prestininzi and Adara Meyers. Sleeping Weazel’s critically acclaimed production of Prestininzi’
The Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers festival opens on June 12th with Prestininzi’
The second week of the festival opens on June 20th with Adara Meyers’ comedy of bad manners Talk To At Me, directed byShana Gozansky and featuring actors James Barton, Kervin Germain, Margarita Martinez, Cesar Munoz, and Veronica Wiseman. Meyers' comedyhones in on a spoiled millennial yuppie suffering from sofa malaise. Over coffee and too-beautiful croissants, conversations with a surprise guest devolve into a hilarious steady stream of non-sequitors, bouncing from the catastrophic to the banal, eventually catapulting them both out of their whiny comfort zone. Beth Nixon’s solo suitcase performance Lava Fossil, directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian, sets the tone for the evening with magical surprises, an unforgettable balloon ride, and a lesson in how to measure grief with a ruler.
Sleeping Weazel explores and engages novel approaches to developing and presenting new art — multimedia theatre, interdisciplinary installations, performance events, music, poetry, and video/audio. They develop work that crosses and confounds the boundaries of “mainstream”