CHROMA KEY

Title:Point

January 5-9, 12-13, 15-16, 19-20, 23-24, 26-28 8pm 

January 14 at 4pm and 10pm

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Performances at The Brick

 

CHROMA KEY is an existential gross-out comedy about a woman pulled through parallel universes, and the dangerous things she brings with her. From an uncomfortable drive though the woods to an out-of-control detective novel in which the narration disobeys the narrator, to a nightly news broadcast performed by vomiting preteens with excellent spelling, no story seems safe enough for her to be at its center. Chroma Key is a play about good stories told by bad people, and the woman fighting to get out of them.

Written by: Spencer Thomas Campbell
Directed by: Theresa Buchheister & Spencer Thomas Campbell 
Featuring: Justin Anselmi, Ryan William Downey, E James Ford, Alex Holt, Kate Hurley, Brian Lady, Alyse Lamb, Catrin Lloyd-Bollard & Coco Conroy

Stage Management: GJ Dowding
Lighting Design: Brian Lady
Scenic Design: Claire Wood and Abigail Entsminger
Projection Design: Scott Ries
Sound Design: Adam Kruckenberg

Production Assistant/Technician: Blake Bolan

Production Photos: Walter Wlodarcyzk
Production Image: Mark Toneff



Produced by: Title:Point with support from HB Studio, Mental Insight Foundation, and the North American Cultural Laboratory Deep Space Performance Residency Program.

TITLE:POINT is an experimental theatre company that has been producing work in a wide variety of spaces in NYC and around the US since 2006, among them Incubator Arts Project, AS220, Dixon Place, Lost Horizon Night Market, Chashama, Invisible Dog, Panoply Performance Lab,
Secret Project Robot and many more.

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The Exponential Festival is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), and producers Lynne Andress, and The Adams Family.

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Art by Mark Toneff.