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When:   November 23, 2007 8:00pm
Where:   The Tank @ Collective: Unconscious
279 Church Street in Manhattan between Franklin and White.
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Price:   Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm Tickets $15 Reserve tickets at or (212)352-3101
Type:   Arts

Only two more weeks! The reviews are coming in, and seating is limited. Reserve your tickets now. "Sublime...with brilliant moments of social commentary." Backstage, Editors Pick "All things are open to interpretation. War. Peace. Politics." ELJ Review "Smart" New York Times, Top Readers Pick Produced by Immediate Medium Directed by J.J. Lind Written by Michael Smart Choreography by Liz Vacco With Max Dana, Brady Jenkins, Ainna Manapat, Mai Ushiroku and Liz Vacco Sets by Jared Lawton Video and Sound by Robert Ramirez Costumes by Maki Takenouchi Things Are Going to Change, I Can Feel It. is an absurdist tale of a Midwestern stewardess who becomes the president of the United States of Whosiwhatsits. During her years of leadership, under the Party of the Loosened Corset, she is confronted with an invasion by Britain, an extended war, economic distress and her own failures and triumphs as a political leader. Things Are Going to Change, I Can Feel It. is a non-narrative, multi-media collage of performance, video, dance, and music. Scored to the Beatles' Abbey Road, the piece examines the political and emotional impact of war, terrorism, airplane crashes, torture, ineffectual presidencies and "reality" pop culture on our national conscience. With the very real possibility of our first female president, the piece is a timely examination of the continued threats to our civil liberties, the war in Iraq and on terrorism and collective anxiety over the current leadership of our nation.

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