Performances begin May 22 at Brooklyn's Bushwick Starr for Sean Donovan's Cabin, a new theatre, film, and dance piece about the relationship between three queer men living in a cabin in the woods.
Donovan, Tyler Ashley, and Brandon Washington star in the limited run through June 8.
Cabin explores violence, the complexities of queer desire and intimacy, and the lines between biography and fiction. The show is written, directed, and choreographed by Donovan with additional choreography by Ashley and Washington.
The production features original compositions by Heather Christian with lyrics by Donovan, set design by Carolyn Mraz, sound design by Dan Dobson, video design by Austin Switser and Jess Medenbach, costume design by Wendy Yang, and lighting design by Amanda K. Ringger. Stephen Brackett is the consulting director, Carl Whippl is the technical director, and Randi Rivera is production stage manager. Sandra Garner, Lingua Franca Arts produce.
Cabin has been supported through residencies and work-in-progress performances in CUNY’s Prelude Festival, The North American Cultural Laboratory, NYU Skirball, NACL, and The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival.
For tickets and more information visit TheBushwickStarr.org.