Saturday, January 3, 2015

The Shell-Shocked Nut in the news!



The New York Times' Gia Kourlas on The Shell-Shocked Nut:

"The East Village has a “Nutcracker” of its own and, fittingly, it’s on the gritty side."

Read the full article HERE

EV Grieve did a great photo essay on The Shell-Shocked Nut:

"This nontraditional take on the holiday mainstay includes a magical journey through iconic locations such as Tompkins Square Park, CBGB, a tenement apartment, a local community garden and a neighborhood favorite – Economy Candy."
 
Read the full article HERE

...and DNA Info said The Shell Shocked Nut was one of 6 things to do this weekend:

"Of all the city's "Nutcracker" adaptations, East Village Dance Project's "The Shell-Shocked Nut" may be the most original and the most cathartic. Delve into themes of loss and homecoming at this contemporary send-up of the classic ballet, with a soundtrack featuring Stevie Wonder and Duke Ellington as well as Tchaikovsky."

Read the full article HERE 


La MaMa presents
East Village Dance Project's
THE 
SHELL-SHOCKED 
NUT
Conceived and directed by Martha Tornay

January 2 - 4, 2014
Friday @ 7pm; Saturday @ 3pm and 7pm; Sunday @3pm

The Ellen Stewart Theatre
66 East 4th Street
(between Bowery and Second Avenue)
New York, NY 10001

Tickets: $20 Adults; $15 Students/Seniors

For Tickets & Info: CLICK HERE