Dyer's Heen Extends at Wooster Group's Garage, Through Aug. 8

News   Dyer's Heen Extends at Wooster Group's Garage, Through Aug. 8
 
After a successful debut in The Wooster Group's inaugural Performing Garage Emerging Artists series, July 22 - 25, Eric Dyer's A History of Heen (Not Francis E. Dec, Esq.) has been extended through August 8.

After a successful debut in The Wooster Group's inaugural Performing Garage Emerging Artists series, July 22 - 25, Eric Dyer's A History of Heen (Not Francis E. Dec, Esq.) has been extended through August 8. Eric Dyer, a former associate artist of The Wooster Group and Richard Foreman's Ontological Theatre, was the creator of last year's Fringe festival surprise critical favorite, Bender. With Heen, Dyer teams up once again with Bender cohorts Scott Gillette and Maggie Hoffman to present a piece based on the pronouncements of media theorist Dec, once dubbed "The most important paranoid schizophrenic kook of the century" by Forrest Jackson. With the pronouncements, Dyer has created an interdisciplinary exploration of technology in our culture and its effect on our sanity.

Performances resume July 30 through August 8. For tickets ($12) or more information, call (212) 966-3651.

-- By Sean McGrath

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