Elevator Repair Service's Highway Goes Up in NYC Oct. 25-Nov. 18

News   Elevator Repair Service's Highway Goes Up in NYC Oct. 25-Nov. 18 From the company who brought us shows like Total Fictional Lie, Cab Legs and Shut Up I Tell You (I Said, Shut Up I Tell You) comes their new collaboration, Highway to Tomorrow, playing at New York City’s HERE Oct. 25 Nov. 18. The Elevator Repair Service production officially opens Nov. 1.

From the company who brought us shows like Total Fictional Lie, Cab Legs and Shut Up I Tell You (I Said, Shut Up I Tell You) comes their new collaboration, Highway to Tomorrow, playing at New York City’s HERE Oct. 25 Nov. 18. The Elevator Repair Service production officially opens Nov. 1.

Using "found-object puppets, mid-century Afropop and fractured choreography," the Servicemen take on Euripides' The Bacchae. John Collins & Steve Bodow direct the production with a cast that includes Paul Boocock, Rinne Groff, James Hannaham, Randolph Curtis Rand and Susie Sokol.

The production team behind the collaboration piece includes choreographer Katherine Profeta, sound designers Michael Kraskin and Blake Koh, lighting designer Eric Dyer, costume designer Carson Kreitzer, and set consultant Jula [sic] Tüllmann.

ERS has toured across the US and Europe with its unique experimental theatre style. The ensemble creates its works through a process of collaboration that involves slapstick, audio, found text, and even discarded furniture. This production marks the company's ninth work and tenth season.

For more Highway information, log on to the ERS's URL at www.elevator.org. For tickets to the show at HERE, 145 Sixth Ave., call (212) 647-0202. -- by Ernio Hernandez