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Dog and Wolf a reading of Catherine Filloux's new play
Tuesday, November 9, 2010 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM (EST)
New York, NY
Watson Arts, in association with Culturehub, present a reading of Catherine Filloux's new play Dog and Wolf, directed by Jean Randich. Video conferencing technology will be used to link audiences in Bosnia and NYC. The reading will be followed by discussion. Admission is FREE!
A New Play by Catherine Filloux
When Jasmina, a political refugee seeking asylum in the U.S., suddenly disappears, her wheelchair-bound lawyer must track her down. Who is the dog? Who is the wolf? A psychological and political play of intrigue, identity and pursuit.
"Wisecracking, entertainingly playful!"
Anita Gates, New York Times
"A story of political intrigue"
Patrick Lee, TheaterMania
"In her stunning representation of the way indifference accommodates genocide, Catherine Filloux manages for the 21st century what Camus and Ionesco had achieved for the "
Richard Weisberg, Floersheimer Prof. of Constitutional Law, Cardozo Law School and author of Poethics and Other Strategies of Law and Literature
Catherine Filloux: Human Rights Onstage <http://kadmusarts.com/podcasts/?p=1019>
Kadmus Arts Podcasts
When & Where
Culturehub SeoulArts/La MaMa
Culturehub was born out of the desire to further develop the long-standing relationship between the Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea and La MaMa e.t.c. in New York. At the core, Culturehub values cross-cultural, artistic collaboration and it is our belief that artists, working in all mediums, must continue to experiment with new and developing technologies.
Currently, Culturehub consists of two Telepresence Studios. These mirrored spaces, link the two organizations through the use of digital technology and virtual space. Our goal is to create an international hub for artists, scholars, innovators and students. Through our collaborative projects, we hope to develop a method of exchange, which can be duplicated on a global scale, bridging the gap between art, technology and science; as well as further broadening the ability for artists and audiences to interact with one another over distance.