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A contemporary drama by Edward Allen Baker set in 1980s suburban Rhode Island. A brother and sister are brought together by their father's rapidly failing health. A discovery is made in their past that reveals why they've grown apart.
Mare Nostrum Elements in conjunction with Theater 808 and The Schoolhouse Theater produced the Off-Broadway run of S.N. Behrman’s Biography. A sophisticated comedy, the play, much celebrate in its time, centers around the heroine and feminist prototype Marian Froude, a gorgeous and promiscuous painter whose subjects include the powerbrokers of the time.
Mediterranean Voices is a 70 minutes cross-disciplinary performance in which over 20 eclectic performers from 10 different countries join forces to perform a cultural mosaic that embraces dance, acting, music and text through the use of different languages (Italian, Greek, Spanish and English), traditional songs, folk dances, text by Giovanni Verga and Pablo Neruda as well as original poetry by Nicola Iervasi.
Mare Nostrum Elements provided logistic and production support for the New York debut of the Caterina Ogar Dance Company. As new Italians in America, Caterina Rago and Antonio Pio Fini, both natives of Calabria, Italy, founded the Caterina Ogar Dance Company toexpress their artistic voice. Their idea is to bring the Italian vision of contemporary dance to the American public. They draw their inspiration from the beauty of movement, a dream, a smile and their close collaboration. The result is “Il respiro dell'arte... The Breath of Art.”
Mare Nostrum Elements, The Schoolhouse Theater and Theater 808 present a rare Off-Broadway revival of Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Arthur Miller’s THE CRUCIBLE at The Arclight Theatre. THE CRUCIBLE, a historical play based on events of the 1692 Salem witchcraft trials, is a powerful and timeless depiction of how intolerance and mass hysteria can tear a community apart. The story centers on a farmer, John Proctor, whose wife Elizabeth is accused of witchcraft by Abigail Williams, a former servant of the Proctors. In the wake of Abigail's charges, Reverend Parris begins hearing accusations and counter-accusations from allsides of the community, so he brings in a judge to determine who is guilty.