Time: October 2, 2014 at 8pm to October 5, 2014 at 8pm
Location: The Brick
Street: 579 Metropolitan Avenue
City/Town: Brooklyn, NY 11211
Website or Map: http://www.bricktheater.com
Event Type: experimental, theater, performance
Organized By: G.J. Dowding
Latest Activity: Dec 30, 2015
Crystal Jukebox Hymn, composed of text from Bob Dylan's free flow poetry and prose driven novel Tarantula, is an immersive multi-media experience. Actors invite audience members to partake on a journey with this eclectic and eccentric ensemble, for the audience who are beckoned to follow an ecclectic (eccentric) group of characters which have been ripped from the confines of a social hierarchy and woven together in a multi-media performance traversing through a crime scene, a bar, a forest, an asylum, a cave and everywhere in between, always with an inherent call for the road and noise on the street. Issues of prejudice, minority, propaganda, corruption, war and privacy that exist within are all unravelled through the rhythmic stream of conscious flow of Bob Dylan's imaginative words.
“escaping into the who goes there? & now’s not the time to act silly, so wear your big boots & jump on the garbage clowns, the hourly rate & the enema men &...”-Tarantula
Created and directed by G.J. Dowding with an ensemble including J.R. Yussuf, Scott Janneke, Hunter MacNair, Coco Conroy, Renée Meyers, Virginia Rupert, Elisa Marti, Yael Shavitt and Hillary Capps.