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"This is one of the most smoothly functional theatrical metaphors youíll have seen in a while, a great, small play about decline and denial and the subtler, unspoken bonds of devotion. Without a crumb of optimism, Samuel & Alasdair is still a spot of warmth in a cold world."

-Scott Brown
New York Magazine

"...daffy and chilling." (3 stars for
Samuel & Alasdair)

-Frank Scheck
New York Post

New Ohio Theatre presents

ICE FACTORY 2013

JULY 10 - 13

UNTITLED BIOPIC PROJECT

Created by The Mad Ones
Directed by Lila Neugebauer

Lighting design: Mike Inwood
Set design: Laura Jellinek
Sound design: Stowe Nelson

With: Marc Bovino, Joe Curnutte, Michael Dalto & Stephanie Wright Thompson



A hallucinatory meditation on 1960s folk rock culture and the confines of motel room 118. From the creators of the acclaimed Drama Desk Nominated Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War and The Tremendous Tremendous. This is the final installment of their Performer Trilogy.

Since 2009, the Drama Desk Nominated company, The Mad Ones, have emerged as a vibrant, unique player in New York Cityís downtown theatre scene. The Mad Ones create visceral, immersive, and highly detailed theatrical experiences that investigate cultural memory and nostalgia.

The Mad Ones are one of two companies selected for the inaugural Archive Alliance, a two year developmental residency created through a partnership between The New Ohio Theatre and IRT. Through the support of the residency, The Mad Ones are creating the third and final installment of the Performer Trilogy, the currently untitled Biopic Project.

The Mad Ones are Co-Artistic Directors Marc Bovino (performer/writer), Joe Curnutte (performer/writer), Lila Neugebauer (director/writer), Stephanie Wright Thompson (performer/writer); Company Members Michael Dalto (performer/music director), Stowe Nelson (sound designer); and Affiliated Artists Mike Inwood (lighting designer), Laura Jellinek (set designer) and Sarah Lunnie (dramaturg).

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