I am beyond thrilled to be a part of this production singing and dancing as a Mooncat in Mac Wellman's newest brain child!
Total dream come true to perform at Joe's Pub with Half Straddle! I cannot believe we have been making work for 7 years!!!
I'm thrilled to be singing in Mac Wellman's new play the Offending Gesture. Alaina Ferris has written some beautiful music and we will be performing as a part of Prelude at Cuny Graduate Center .
Thursday, October 8
Elebash Recital Hall
I'm thrilled to be performing in a beautiful vocal piece written by Paul Pinto on June. 16th, 2015
New Ohio Theatre and Rady&Bloom present
THE UPPER ROOM
Written and directed by Jeremy Bloom and Brian Rady
Music by Catherine Brookman
MAY 22 - JUNE 12
TUES - SAT at 8 PM
"The infectious high spirits that this company brings are downright inspirational.” - NYTheater.com
The Upper Room is a new play with original music inspired by the back-to-the-land movement. Set on an island way off the north coast of Maine, the last participants of a once thriving commune meet the sea. Anxious and restless, the quorum gathers around the table in their upper room to confront the rising water and certain members’ curious ailments. A darkly humorous consideration of spirituality and the dangers of our changing environment combines with a live mixed score, antique scuba suits and an overhead projector to create a brand new music theater event.
Running time: 90 minutes, no intermission
Featuring: Catherine Brookman*, Tjasa Ferme, Dana Kaplan-Angle, Govind Kumar, Robert Gadol Lavenstein, Joyce Miller, Stacy Ayn Price, Julia Sirna-Frest*, Heather Thiry, featuring Joe White (guitar)
My directorial debut! Zoë Geltman's incredible new play at the Brick!
TICKETS: $15 (purchase in advance here, or cash only at the door)
Set in the skeleton of a pink hurricane-torn house a band of dogs walk around of the inside and try to make sense of humankind's need for comfort as they read letters from the audience asking for solace An ensemble of musicians and live dogs will howl, scotch and poop their way through an evening as the inadvertently ask the question: Who nurtures the nurturer?
Featuring Julia Sirna-Frest, Paul Ketchum, Andrew Butler, Shane Chapman and Electra Weston, with set design by Carolyn Mraz
Wednesdays – Saturdays, Feb. 25 – March 14
Additional performance: Monday, March 8
In Half Straddle’s Kitchen debut, writer/director Tina Satter merges teen movie influences from the late 80s, a live mixed score, and video landscape to create a brand new coming of age narrative. A teacher leads three students away from society. When they start an alternative TV station in the woods and meet a young witch who alters the group dynamic, their fragile new family begins to fray. Seventeenth-century captivity narratives, adolescent letters of Emily Dickinson, the teen movies, and more infect this darkly humorous consideration of how we make meaning for ourselves and our communities.
January 7-10 and 14–17, 8pm
Half Straddle: Ancient Lives is made possible with support from The MAP Fund, a program of Creative Capital supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and in part by public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Tina Satter received a 2014 Doris Duke Impact Award (Theatre).
Truly a dream come true to be performing at the Kitchen with Half Straddle in our newest piece Ancient Lives. We open in January! Check back for more deets!!
Here is a bit about the show:
WORLD PREMIERE AT THE KITCHEN, NEW YORK CITY * JANUARY 2015
Half Straddle’s seventh full-length work, ANCIENT LIVES is a play about coming of age and self-creation. A teacher leads three students away from society. As they start an alternative TV station in the woods and meet a young witch who alters the group dynamic, their fragile new family begins to fray. With an original choral score; video landscape to create the strange forest hideout; and at once humorous and poignant narrative, the ensemble delves into the contemporary American reality of how we make meaning for ourselves and our communities.
Being developed in a residency at THE KITCHEN.
Written and Directed by Tina Satter
Music Composition and Sound Design:
We are heading up the Hudson to play at The Fisher Center at Bard College on July. 25th, 2014
You can get your tix here: http://fishercenter.bard.edu/calendar/event.php?eid=123287
I have been working on this new play by the talented Zoe Geltman and we will be showing a bit of this work-in-progress at Dixon Place on June.27th at 10:00pm!
NINE TO FIVE
Nitehawk Cinema and Brightest Young Things present a special Secretary’s Day screening of NINE TO FIVE with a special pre-show performance by Brooklyn’s premiere Dolly Parton tribute band, DOLL PARTS! Plus, pre-party for ticket holders in the downstairs bar featuring complimentary New York Distilling Company martinis!
See more at: http://www.nitehawkcinema.com/movie/nine-to-five/#sthash.t5dBYiCF.dpuf
March 25 – 29
Theatre Garonne in Toulouse, France
1, avenue du Château d’eau 31300 Toulouse France
March 31 – April 5
T2G – Théâtre de Gennevilliers in Gennevilliers, France
41 avenue Grésillons 92230 Gennevilliers France
April 5 – 11
Le Maillon in Strasbourg
Parc des Exposition, 7 Place Adrien Zeller, 67000 Strasbourg, France
April 12 – 15
Zagrebačko Kazalište Mladih (ZMK)
the Zagreb Youth Theatre in Zagreb, Croatia
Tesla 7, 10000 Zagreb Croatia
- See more at: http://www.ps122.org/Global/#sthash.BnlZ7509.dpuf
I am very proud to be a part of this film being presented at the Jack Hanley Gallery March 15 - April 13, 2014.
Here is a little about the peice:
Jack Hanley Gallery is pleased to premiere Land Lock; an installation by Meredith James consisting of a video triptych and an anamorphic floor sculpture.
In the video “Delmar,” James positions a play by Julia Jarcho about two families living in a landlocked small town within a set built to mimic the extreme foreshadowing and warping of space in medieval panel paintings. In Jarcho's play the dialogue itself presents an unstable kind of reality. As roles change and understandings unravel within the plot, James' elaborate and mutable set seems to undulate around the actors. The language vacillates between the surreal and the familial, so too does each room appear visually impossible and then normal.