Told through "a unique fusion of theatre, film, video and music," Dreamweaver is billed as "a multimedia experience that tells the story of a radio DJ named The Nightfly who, through a series of memories, fantasies and dreams, discovers the man behind The Nightfly."
The workshop presentations (3 PM and 7 PM Nov. 8, 3 PM Nov. 9) will be at the Abingdon Theatre Company's June Havoc Theater at 312 W. 36th Street (between Ninth and Tenth Avenues).
The show is conceived, written and performed by David Chocron, with lighting design by Ben Stanton, sound design by Walter Trarbach and Tony Smolenski, and set/visual consultation by Donyale Werle.
Director Stafford Arima, who directed Altar Boyz and was Olivier Award-nominated for his West End production of Ragtime, told Playbill.com, "Dreamweaver challenges our understanding and expectations of what occurs within a theatre. I am extremely excited to be involved in such an innovative form of theatre expression."
For additional information, industry professionals may contact Stephen Kocis at DreamWeaverInfo@agedinwood.net.