THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Situated at the intersection of movement, theatre, storytelling, literature, music, installation, and improvisational text-score Biblioteka is a performance that investigates the intellectual, cultural, and emotional artifact of books.
Created and performed by Ben Gorodetsky, Biblioteka intersects ritual movement, autobiographical storytelling, live reading, experimental theatre, folk music and improvisation. Using a combination of personal literary treasures that have travelled with Gorodetsky thousands of kilometers and criss-crossed international borders, and discarded garbage books from the curbs around Flatbush, Brooklyn. Performed in collaboration with multi-instrumentalist and storyteller Larissa Pohoreski.
Ben Gorodetsky is a theatre and movement artist based in Brooklyn, NY. His performance work has been presented by Movement Research at Judson Church, The Tank NYC, Brian Webb Dance Company, Expanse Festival, Rubaboo, SpringWorks, and the Gas Station Arts Centre. He is the former Associate Artistic Director of Rapid Fire Theatre and has performed, taught, and directed improvisation in Atlanta, Detroit, Austin, Philadelphia, Reunion Island, Vienna, Ljubljana, Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver. He is co-creator of political satire comedy duo Folk Lordz, and creator and former host of experimental variety show Dirt Buffet Cabaret. He holds a BFA from the University of Alberta and an MFA from Brooklyn College-CUNY.
March 20th and 21st
Members $15 | Non-members $20