Hip-Hop Theater pioneer Danny Hoch storms the stage once again to chronicle the current state of gentrification of New York City. Blazing through a fierce spectrum of New Yorkers, Hoch gives voice to everyone from the developers evicting locals to make way for lofts, to the bar-hopping career hipsters who buy them, and those left in the wake of both. True to Hoch’s signature style, the play is a raw, explosive, hilarious and heartbreaking study of the impact of our obsession with economic expansion. Directed by Tony Taccone.
Costume and scenery design by Annie Smart, lighting and projection design by Alex Nichols, sound design by Walter Trarbach, and original music by Asa Taccone.
Tues at 7pm, Wed - Sat at 8pm / Sun at 2pm
Extended through Dec 21, 2008