|Rebekah Morin as Red Queen in Then She Fell|
(photo: Adam Jason Photography)
Life, what is it but a dream?
--Lewis Carroll, from Through The Looking Glass
Then She Fell by Third Rail Projects--that critically-acclaimed, Bessie-winning work of site-specific, immersive theater--has had its run extended through December 28. I almost missed this captivating experience but made up for that unfortunate lapse last night on the occasion of my birthday. What better way to acknowledge the thrill and scariness of a time of transition than to tumble down the rabbit hole with Alice and wander a dreamy looking-glass realm of atmospheres, by turns, sensuous, spooky, troubling and volatile.
Written, directed, designed and choreographed by TRP's artistic directors--Zach Morris, Tom Pearson and Jennine Willett--Then She Fell boasts a brilliant team of collaborators and cast members. And you. If you will.
Space is extremely limited. For schedule information, instructions (read them carefully) and ticket reservations, click here.
The Kingsland Ward @St. John's
195 Maujer Street (between Graham Avenue and Humboldt Street), Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Two blocks from the L train/Grand Street station