Jan 05, 2017 - Jan 28, 2017
The Brick Theater - 579 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11211
Title:Point and The Exponential Festival are proud to present Chroma Key January 5-28 in at The Brick Theater in Brooklyn, NY.
January 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,12,13,15,16,19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28 8pm
January 14 at 4pm and 10 pm
Chroma Key is an existential gross-out comedy about a woman pulled through parallel universes, and the dangerous things she brings with her. From an uncomfortable drive through the woods to an out-of-control detective novel where the narration disobeys its own narrator, to a nightly news broadcast performed by vomiting preteens with excellent spelling, no story seems safe enough for her to stand at its center.
Chroma Key is a play about good stories told by bad people, and the woman fighting to get out of them. It is also a psycho-comedy packed so densely with jokes that it is impossible to catch them all on the first try, a noir mystery with a shocking revelation, a time-travel story, a meditation on discourse and power, and a sick, wet, bloody mess.
Written by: Spencer Thomas Campbell
Directed by: Theresa Buchheister & Spencer Thomas Campbell
Stage Managed by GJ Dowding
Featuring: Justin Anselmi, Ryan William Downey, E James Ford, Alexander Holt, Kate Hurley, Brian Lady, Alyse Lamb, Catrin Lloyd-Bollard & Coco Conroy
Lighting Design: Brian Lady
Scenic Design: Abigail Entsminger and Claire Wood
Projection Design: Scott Ries
Sound Design: Adam Kruckenberg
Sound Engineering: Blake Bolan
Production Photos: Walter Wlodarcyzk
Production Image: Mark Toneff
Produced by Title:Point with support from HB Studio, Mental Insight Foundation, the North American Cultural Laboratory Deep Space Performance Residency Program, and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.