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There They Were: Storytelling, Music, and a Wedding Reception in Long Island New York

There They Were: Storytelling, Music, and a Wedding Reception in Long Island New York
214 College St. 3rd Floor, Robert Gill Theatre
Time: Nov 3rd, 8:00 pm End: Nov 3rd, 10:00 pm
Interest Categories: Music, Faculty of , English and Drama (UTM), English (UTSC), English (FAS), Drama, Theatre, Performance Studies (FAS), Critical Theory, Comparative Literature (FAS), Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (UTM), Classics (FAS), Cinema, 2000-
Storytelling by James Harrison Monaco

The Graduate Centre for Study of Drama is pleased to present:

James Harrison Monaco

There They Were

storytelling, music, and a wedding reception in Long Island, New York

Thursday 3 November, 8.00pm
The Robert Gill Theatre
Graduate Centre for Study of Drama
214 College Street, 3d floor
Free admission

“James Monaco is a storyteller in the classic sense: a magician, a trickster, and a truth teller. Somewhere between This American Life and the Arabian Nights, he weaves intimate tales with music and sound in the varied traditions of Sherwood Anderson, Kevin Kling, Mississippi John Hurt, and Laurie Anderson. And he does so with humour and heart. An invaluable emerging performer.”
-Rachel Chavkin, Obie-winning director (The TEAM, NYTW’s Three Pianos)

“James Monaco actually creates a whole new talent, one that is visceral and mesmerizing and beautifully crafted and dangerously improvisational, all at once... A truly unique voice is one in a million. What he does is even rarer.”
 -Randall Klein, Associate Editor, Random House Publishing Group

“James Monaco, a writer for whom I have deep respect, is inventing a new form of theatre involving his monologues, his body, and his heart. It is impossible not to fall in love with his characters and with him.”
-Michael Krass, Tony-nominated designer

For further information, please contact the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama at (416) 978-7987

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