Thursday, May 26, 2011


Delightful dance artist David Parker talks about his new collaboration with Jeffrey Kazin--Misters & Sisters: A Love Story in Song and Dance--in this audio preview.

David Parker and The Bang Group 

Misters & Sisters: A Love Story in Song and Dance

Joe's Pub
at The Public Theater
425 Lafayette Street
(between Fourth Street and Astor Place)

Thursday through Saturday, June 2-4, 7pm
Misters and Sisters, a new work by and about David Parker and Jeffrey Kazin and their performing alter egos, represents a new way of working for Parker. This show─a kind of autobiographical fiction─is inspired by and dedicated to Parker’s father, mystery novelist Robert B. Parker, whose words “Don’t look for yourself in your work, look for your work in yourself,” Parker pays homage to here. Delving into their lives together, Parker and Kazin, joined by Nic Petry and Amber Sloan, cut a swath through an array of romantic standards from the American songbook as they chronicle their life together in song and dance. Misters and Sisters includes dramaturgy by Anne Davison and musical direction by Anna Ebbeson.
Ticket information and purchase: 212-967-7555, online or in person at The Public Theater box office from 1-6pm, and at Joe’s Pub from 6-10pm daily.

a DanceNOW [NYC] presentation

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