Hold These Truths

November 13, 2017 - March 14, 2018

NLE Lab: Southeast Queens Biennial

February 9 - April 21, 2018


Macbeth in 15 Minutes [Multiple Dates]

Saturday, August 09 2014 - Sunday, August 10 2014

On the final weekend of the exhibition If You Build It in Sugar Hill, No Longer Empty, in collaboration with the Classical Theatre of Harlem and Dimona Theater/Cultural Lab (Israel), is pleased to present a succinct journey into Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Condensing the classic tale into a special series of preview performances, the production will provide imaginative interpretations of Macbeth’s themes of power, obsession, family, betrayal, love and war. 


Friday, August 8th at 5pm 
Saturday, August 9th, two performances at 5:00 and 5:30pm
Sunday, August 10th at 3pm 


155th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue (SE corner)
9th fl exhibition space


Lori Parquet (Ensemble)
Shayshahn MacPherson (Music/Ensemble)
Zohar Goren (Lady M)
Ty Jones (Ensemble)
Tzachy Milmer (Ensemble)
Yoav Koresh (Ensemble)
Willie Teacher (Ensemble)

Project team: 

Carl Cofield (Director)
Zora Howard (PSM)
Rachel Dozier-Ezell (Wardrobe)
Katherine Freer (Projections)
Anthony Lalor (Producing Associate)
Greg Shank (City College contact)
Manon Slome (No Longer Empty)
Souleo (No Longer Empty)
Noa Knoller (AD Dimona Theatre Company)
David Roberts (MD Classical Theatre of Harlem)

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About the companies:

The Classical Theatre of Harlem and Dimona Theater/Cultural Lab are establishing an artistic dialogue that informs and deepens the quality of work offered to their respective audiences. Both companies—embedded geographically in underserved communities that share similar economic and social struggles—share a belief that thought-provoking theater can help build and sustain communities. At the same time, this production broadcasts to the global theater community that substantive, exciting, impactful theatre exists outside of Tel Aviv and outside of New York’s mid-town theater district. 

Related Exhibition:  If You Build It

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