BIG NEWS

FOUR NOVELS

 

Bill Floyd adapts four books by experimental novelist David Markson into an immersive installation unlike anything ever attempted in Durham. One hundred voices and scores of live performers and visual artists will unite to realize this epic experiment in interaction.

 

March 2-11

 

 

WILLIAM S. BURROUGHS'
NAKED LUNCH

 

Playwright/director Tony Perucci dives into the Interzone and stirs up the Mugwump jizm into a savory cocktail of fetish and ultraviolence. Expect to have your mind blown apart and reprogrammed with price of purchase.

The first one's always free, kid.

 

Featuring Germain Choffart, Shelby Hahn, Dana Marks, Jaybird O’Berski, Lazarus Simmons, Alice Rose Turner & Dale Wolf

 

May 11-27

 

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TREATBAG
Little Green Pig's fourth annual interactive haunted theater fundraiser. Details soon.

 

ETHELRED THE UNREADY

 

She was born unready and still is.

Unpredictable, abased, and at times graceful. Watch the area's most watchable performers hold Ethelred in time and space with music, song, and story.

 

Written and performed by Dana Marks.

 

December 1-December 10

 

 

 

COSTUME & PROP SALE

 

Saturday, October 8, 7 AM - 2 PM

Durham Farmers' Market

501 Foster St, Durham, North Carolina 27701

 

We're teaming up with The Carrack this year! Little Green Pig is performing at the #MUSEMASQUERADE

 

Put together your MUSE MASQUERADE or Halloween costume without blowing a hole in your wallet! Unused or gently worn clothing, textiles, jewelry, hats, shoes, props, set pieces, also CDs, records, and books! From the normal to the unique!

 

Drink coffee and eat pumpkin bread while you search!

 

The sale benefits Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern and The Carrack's MUSE MASQUERADE! https://www.facebook.com/events/1656886607967333/

 

Muse Masquerade tickets page: thecarrack.org/muse

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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.