Daniel Quinn receives a phone call. On the other end of the line is a man asking for Paul Auster, private detective. Quinn claims to be Auster and falls down a rabbit hole of language and identity.
Graphic Design by Clinton Corbett
From the book by Paul Auster
(the first of his New York Trilogy)
Adapted and directed by Edward Einhorn
February 19 - March 12, 2016
Wed at 7pm, Thu - Sat at 8pm, Sun at 5pm
Extra performance Sat March 12 at 2pm
No performances Sun Feb 28 or Wed Mar 2
at The New Ohio
154 Christopher St
Talkback after the show Thursday March 3 about adaptation, with John Collins of Elevator Repair Service.
Tickets $25 - $30 (final weekend)
Buy tickets here or call
Robert Honeywell as Daniel Quinn
and performers/dancers Mateo Moreno and Dina Rose Rivera
Music composed by Freddi Price
Movement/choreography: Patrice Miller
Set design: Christopher Heilman
Video design: Gil Sperling
Costume design: Carla Gant
Lighting design: Chris Weston
Stage manager: Berit Johnson
House/box manager: Corinne Woods
Assistant director: Rebecca Silbert
Assistant costume/wardrobe: Matsy Stinson
Interns: Tyler D'Agostino and Lauren Winnenberg
City of Glass was supported by New Music USA.
To follow the project as it unfolds, visit the project page: https://www.newmusicusa.org/projects/city-of-glass-2/
A demo of some video techniques from the show, featuring Matteo Moreno and Patrice Miller. Music by Freddi Price. Designed by Gil Sperling and Christopher Heilman.