35mm A Musical Exhibition, written by Ryan Scott Oliver based on the photography of Matthew Murphy, plays Brooklyn's Galapagos Art Space March 7 at 8 PM; an encore performance is scheduled for March 12 at 8 PM.
"Representing a collision of artistic disciplines as disparate as musical theater, photography, and pop/rock music," 35mm, press notes state, "pushes the limits of self-expression to create an art form utterly its own. A collection of 'snapshot stories' are woven together as each of the evening’s original songs is performed – with gusto and musical virtuosity — while the audience is immersed in stunning projections of the photography that inspired it. 35mm brings the connection between pleasures visual and aural into razor-sharp focus, creating a singular, multi-sensory emotional journey."
The performances also feature projection design by Aaron Rhyne, costume design by David Withrow, music direction by Michael Borth and a band that includes Matt Hinkley on acoustic/electric guitars, Allison Seidner on electric Jell-O, Rich Silverstein on keyboard, Hiroko "Coco" Taguchi on electric violin/viola and Jeremy Yaddaw on drums/percussion.
Tickets are $20 ($25 at the door) and can be purchased at www.galapagosartspace.com. For more information go to www.35mmthemusical.com. Brooklyn’s Galapagos Art Space is located at 16 Main Street.
Betsy Wolfe, Alex Brightman, Lindsay Mendez, Jay Armstrong Johnson and Ben Crawford
All The Way
Art of the Brick
Bullets over Broadway
Heart and Lights
Of Mice and Men
The Bridges of Madison County
The Realistic Joneses
The Velocity of Autumn
Tony n' Tina's Wedding