That’s right, this year’s CRVPT cabaret is at NCTV.
What will happen?
There will be a great work of wrestling/court drama by Andrew McAlpine
There will be a great work of surrealism by Wilson Yerxa.
There will be the debut of the first in the CRVPT web series.
Yes, we’ll have many instances where wrestlers grapple with art and evil in front of a live studio audience.
Specific details as viewing parties and how to tune in at home to follow!
In beautiful downtown New York: 161A Chrystie Street, between Rivington and Delancey.
Hey here is a link with the information for our upcoming show;
13 is a lucky number in Japan.
What? CRVPT brings The Orchids to Dixon Place in New York City
Who? Ish Klein, Stella Corso, Sarah Beth Aspen McAlpine, John Sieracki, David Feinstein, Greg Purcell and Mike Wall
Where? 161A Chrystie Street, between Rivington and Delancey
When? Friday January 13th at 7:30 pm
Why? To melt the ice.
How Much? Tickets cost $15 in advance, $18 at the door, $12 students / seniors / ID NYC
For How Long: The show is one night only
don’t get held back
photo by Anja Shütz
Monte Belmonte (wrsi.com) featured CRVPT members John Sieracki and Ish Klein on his program!
Check it out here: http://wrsi.com/monte/orchids-mean-testicles/
Jennifer Abeles wrote a terrific article about CRVPT and our latest production, The Orchids. You can read it here: http://www.recorder.com/Abeles-column-4845871
The Orchids is a black comedy about two young people who get ensnared in a system that would see them as objects of commerce. Iris is starting her ‘next life’ as a worker in a sextaurant where she is tormented by her boss and his waitress accomplice. Lief responds to her cry of help during which time it is discovered by the tormentors that Lief contains a universal link. This may be the most desirable item so far! He is hounded and acted upon. This play is about how Iris and Lief find their power, and a positive link to the world that exists beyond the physical realm.
Come to Laughing Dog Bikes in Amherst, MA Saturday June 11th. The show starts at 7pm. Will there be beer? Good questions; check the updates for the answer.
Shows: Pleased For Us To Meet You a play by John Sieracki and Wilson Yerxa.
Freedonia a play by Greg Purcell.
Next Stop The Big City a video by Ish Klein inspired by the musical Oklahoma!
and Fire Brigade a play by Wilson Yerxa.
AND MORE! MUCH MUCH MORE! (please share this post with interested parties)
Crows are so intelligent; we can barely know them!
This is the website for the Connecticut River Valley Poets Theater (CRVPT). To find out about our history, check the “About” section. We are in preproduction for our 2017 Cabaret. The themes of the show so far involve wrestling, criminal justice and self-managment! Hope to see you at our shows! Leave a comment if you like.