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World Premier of Sing! Goddess

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Greek mythology is something I have been fascinated with since elementary school. I remember there was one book, the only one of its kind, in the school library that I still have yet to return. Yikes! Those late fees are most likely outstandingly gross.

Ines Braun & Erin Capistrano have created a work that is all-encompassing of what a night out to the theater should feel like, bringing together of communities through storytelling.

Braun and Capistrano’s new work takes audiences on a journey of how would the forces or powers to operate if there were no male head figure involved. The duo craft of adding complex layers of richness by embodying the goddesses with the actors’ humanity makes for both entertaining and educational theater.

Having worked with Ines and Erin before, I know very well Ines is all about CBM (Could Be More). More of yourself and less of the theatrical storytelling techniques or devices. This premier has Ines written all in it while the language of the piece has clear moments of Erin’s masterful dramaturgical wit embedded within. The elements of the piece that kept me engaged were the actor’s commitments to their characters.

Playing a God-life figure could fall flat and very fairly quickly. This all-female company succeeded in keeping the play so alive that the 75-minute runtime flew by.

Support your local artist! See the limited engagement of Sing! Goddess.

 

SING, GODDESS! directed by Inés Braun, runs August 8th – 11th at the HERE Arts Center (145 6th Avenue) as part of HERE’s Summer SubletSeries: Co-Op.

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See below for our showtimes and tickets

Thursday, August 8th – 7pm

Friday, August 9th – 7pm

Saturday, August 10th – 2pm & 7pm

Sunday, August 11th – 2pm

Tickets here

 

Cast

Erin Capistrano

Siobhán Carroll

Camila Dougall

Stephanie Litchfield

Cassandra Nwokah*

Jessica Orelus

Sophie Sorensen

*Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

 

Creative Team:

Director: Inés Braun

Writers: Inés Braun & Erin Capistrano

Consulting Producer: Paloma Estévez

Production Stage Manager: Caitlyn Annelise Dominguez*

Set Designer: Zoe Hurwitz

Costume Designer: Corina Chase

Lighting Designer: Bailey Rosa

Sound Designer: Leonie Bell

Assistant Director: Joyce Lim

Assistant Stage Manager: Alyssa Rios

Production Assistant: Luisa Lozano

Assistant Costume Designer: María Sofía Hernández

 


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By Dexter Phillip-Khane

Dexter Phillip-Khane is the Deputy Editor at Bazaar Daily News. Covering interesting topics; food, and more — Phillip-Khane is a Trinidadian-American writer and photographer residing in New York City. To request secure communications access, e-mail dexkhane@bazaardaily.co.uh and ask for Signal.

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