Received directly from the Rude Mechanicals:
So Much to Go Crazy (The Show Might Go On) (Sehr Langsam)
New Work by Sibyl Kempson and Mike Iveson, Jr.
with Ilan Bachrach and Ben Williams
Love and Death, Objects vs. Products: a conglomeration, in song and video.
Dec. 2-4 (Thurs-Sat) at 8 pm at the Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo Street
Tickets are $10 (First come, first serve at the door)
Fusebox Festival presents another Kempsonian/Ivesonian assault waged against the innocent citizens of Austin, TX. In a return marked by triumphant shame after last year's debacled victory CRIME OR EMERGENCY - they come this time with crooning, preening heartbreaker Ilan Bachrach and again with the dashing, heroic Ben Williams in tow. Their sacred and profane research continues in a fashion crippled and enabled by generously inadequate scheduling and finances. Layering hand-maiden video with Brahms lieder and an ignorantly yet blissfully attempted translation of Knut Hamsun's play Ved Rigets Port: Forspil, they probe to find the heart of all that they have delicately refused. Co-presented by Rude Mechs as part of our Rude Fusion series. Developed at New Dramatists, NYC.
Read about the artists at AustinLiveTheatre.com . . . .