a multi-media theatre piece
by Rowan Doyle, Darwin Gilmore, Tom Horan, Courtney Sale and Cheng Wei Teng in collaboration with students and faculty of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Policy
September 11, 7:30 p.m.
Anna Hiss Gymnasium, Wichita St. & San Jacinto St. (click for map and parking information)
open to the public - free admission
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september play, a playful memorial that examines the lasting effects of the attacks of September 11th. Told through a mash up of mediums including dance, film, puppetry, installation and music, september play evokes our most innocent and imaginative answers to the country's most difficult questions.
Emerging from a solo thesis project, using interviews from a broad cross section of Americans and now realized as a burgeoning communal collaboration, september play is an unique dedication that surprisingly reclaims ways we discuss, interpret and think about September 11th. The play has been assembled by the creators of the highly acclaimed The Fictional Life of Historical Oddities at the 2011 The University Co-op Presents the Cohen New Works Festival.
Click for further information about creative team and cast at AustinLiveTheatre.com . . . .