When:Saturday May 29, 2010
Where:The Red Room
85 East 4th Street
between 2nd Ave and Bowery
Cost:Free w. RSVP @firstname.lastname@example.org
The Subjective Theater Company (STC) would like to invite its audience and all sufferers of HRRD* (Hypoactive Romantic Relationship Disorder) to be wooed by its fourth and final production of the 2009/2010 season and CoLab creation, SWALLOW.
The production, presented by Horse Trade Theater Group and The Subjective Theatre Company, will play at The Red Room. May 28-30 at 8pm, May 29 at 4pm, May 30 at 3pm, June 1-6 at 8pm & June 5 & 6 at 3pm. Admission is completely free. For reservations email: email@example.com. Space is limited.
Can love come in a pill? Is decreased romantic satisfaction a chemical imbalance that can be solved with a prescription, or is it a personal failing? SWALLOW explores how modern relationships are both hindered and influenced by society’s idea of love and courtship when a pharmaceutical company invents a love drug called Amorex and assembles a panel of experts (a.k.a) “love gurus” to administer the test amongst unassuming couples.
SWALLOW will feature Chongsi Chang, James Bentley*, Scout Durwood, Dyalekt, Alix Fenhagen, Jason Alexander Grimste, and Lucy Pinetree Owen*. *Appearing courtesy of the Actors’ Equity Association