Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Graffiti

The quarter has attacked us-- we're in double time full swing here at ARTS/West! CEW is back after the short break, the OU students are back and the Humble Play: New Play Festival of Appalachian Ohio submissions have been pouring in! (Applications available HERE) and thanks to the hard work of young extern Jess Craine we have events almost every single weekend of this quarter-- get your art on!

First up: GRAFFITI- a new play by Shawn Grindle in which every line of dialogue comes from graffiti found across the continental United States on April 2,3 at 8:00 PM as a part of the ARTS/West Presents Series.

Graffiti a new play by Shawn Grindle in which every line of dialogue comes from graffiti found across the continental United States. It is an absurd look at what the underground artists of America have to say. The graffiti has been organized to tell the story of three struggling artists who have been so unsuccessful that their struggle becomes the driving force in their lives. Through graffiti, vandalism, and philosophy they attempt to discover the importance that art has in the world, and how dangerous it can be. "Come out the first weekend after classes to see the first draft of my new absurd experimental play Graffiti. The show is about forty minutes long. There will be a talk-back after the Saturday night show."
Two shows:
Saturday, April 2nd - 8:00 PM
Sunday, April 3rd - 8:00 PM

CAST:
Tiny - Dylan Combs
Cupcake - Sonja Mata
Brains - Clifton Holznagel

WARNING: This show contains adult content. For mature audiences only.

**This performance is presented free as a part of the ARTS/West Presents Series.** Donations will be encouraged.