J & K 1965 is an immersive dramatic enterprise from honor winning on-screen character and executive Carlo D’Amore, created by Live In Theater. Roused by photos by notorious photojournalists Charge Eppridge, Live in Theater’s Dramatization Work area named and Gold Saber Grant winning troupe will take 14 members during a time in the romantic tale of John and Karen, New York City heroin addicts around 1965. Creation will incorporate immersive, intelligent and increased reality to breath life into the story in a stand-out manner.
June 24-2PM and 4PM (review)
June 25-2PM and 4PM (opening)
June 26-2PM (Global Day Against Medication Manhandle and Illegal Trafficking 2017)
July 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30-2PM
Where: Mystery Area
Term: 80 Min.
Reasonable for a very long time 16+
Premium Tickets $49, restricted to 14 individuals/appear
Made and Coordinated via Carlo D’Amore
Performed by Phoebe Dunn & Kevin Percival
Associate Chief: Natalia Yandyganova
Relate Associate: Kathryn Lagana
Since its beginning, in 2009 “Carlo D’Amore and LIT has been giving creative choice stimulation”- The New York Times “Tremendously engaging”- New York Magazine “Splendid”- History News Arrange “This is altogether different sort of theater extraordinary and brilliant – as intelligent and immersive encounters in view of genuine minutes taken from the pages of history. With LIT the gathering of people is in the focal point of the activity as they play with honor winning on-screen characters. LIT has been commended by gatherings of people and faultfinders alike.”- The New York Times “An especially fine case of outside theater”- New York Theater “Like a session of piece of information woken up”.- Theatermania “A no nonsense sign of the black market on Manhattan’s west side…deadly important on top of being great theater.”
In 2011/2012 LIT was named for a prestigious Dramatization Work area Honor for One of a kind Showy Affair for “The Ryan Case 1873”, in 2013 CBS Neighborhood voted “Lombardi Case 1975” Main 6 Attractions for Gatherings in NYC. In 2015 LIT was one of the key players in charge of making John Dewar & Child’s “Malts of Legend” which won the Gold Saber Grant for creative showcasing from the Holmes Report. Since 2000 LIT has seen more than 500,000 members, in May 2017, the organization will grow universally opening in Madrid, Spain.
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