THIS IS NOT A NOVEL


March 2-4 & 9-11

8pm at Scrap Exchange ReUse Arts Center

Lakewood Shopping Center
(2000 Chapel Hill Road #25 & 27)

THIS IS NOT A NOVEL is an installation and work of theater created by The Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern of Durham.

 

Three buildings in the Scrap Exchange’s ReUse Arts Center will be transformed by over 40 artists and live performers into a delirious playscape for adults.

 

Roaming wherever audience members choose, an audio play adapted from the novels of David Markson will be downloaded to their cell phones to accompany live action drama, film, dance and visual art combined in an utterly singular, dreamlike experience.

PERFORMERS
Katie Barrett

Victoria Bender

Richard Butner

Steven G. Cooper

Paul Deblinger

Gabrielle Duggan

Curtis Eller

Maxine Eloi

Jenn Evans

 

Jessica Flemming

Amanda Hahn

Theo Holt

Jessica Hudson

Jess Jones

Madeleine Pabis

Mara Thomas

Stacy Wolfson

 

ARTISTS

Amanda Hahn

Theo Holt

Jessica Hudson

Jess Jones

Madeleine Pabis

Mara Thomas

Stacy Wolfson

Jim Haverkamp

Ellen Hemphill

 

 

Stephanie Leathers

Alex Maness

Dana Marks

Erik Lars Myers (Mystery Brewing Company)

Amanda Lee Scherle

Dierdre Shipman (Duke Theatre Studies)

Geraud Staton

Chris Vitiello

Caitlin Wells

 

 

 

Conceived by Jaybird O’Berski

Text by Bill Floyd adapted from four novels by David Markson
[Vanishing Point, Reader's Block, This Is Not a Novel, The Last Novel]

 

Supported by The Scrap Exchange

 

TRAILER

 

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HUNCHBACK

A new devised work about disfigurement and desire.

 

Featuring Germain Choffart, Shelby Hahn, Dana Marks, Lazarus Simmons, Caitlin Wells & Dale Wolf

Directed by Jaybird O'Berski

 

May 5-20 @ Walltown Children's Theater

 

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LGP's 2016-17 season is supported by the Durham Arts Council's Annual Arts Fund and the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources. All events are accessible to people with disabilities.