Created by the scrappy, interdisciplinary theater artists of Towson University’s MFA in Theatre program, these short new works run the gamut from solo performance to multi-media work to dance theater. The pieces are as unique as the artists who have created them: puppeteers, architects, dancers, singers, playwrights, and your run-of-the-mill actors.
MODICUMS is being hosted at Mabou Mines ToRoNaDa Theater located in the lower east side of Manhattan. The festival dates are July 12-23, 2011. Want to know more about festival details? Sure you do.
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Want more modicums? Each show’s opening will feature a Guest of Honor! Towson’s MFA program has been fortunate enough to rub shoulders with some pretty amazing theater artists. The least we can do is throw them a party. Here are our honorees:
The Natasha Plays will honor PHILIP ARNOULT, founder of The Baltimore Theatre Project and founder and director of the Center for International Theatre Development (CITD). RECEPTION: July 12
The Three Littles will honor HOLLY HUGHES, a solo performance legend, member of the NEA Four, and avid dog lover. RECEPTION: July 15
Apartment 213 will honor LEE BREUER, internationally acclaimed director, writer, and founder of Mabou Mines. RECEPTION: July 20