Tuesday, January 12, 2016

NY Times looks at Imagining The Imaginary Invalid


Alexis Soloski covers the upcoming production of Imagining The Imaginary Invalid, beginning on   January 21, 2016, at the Ellen Stewart Theatre.  Clove Galilee directs and choreographs this piece inspired by Molière's play:
"In this sense, “Imagining the Imaginary Invalid” continues an artistic collaboration that began more than 40 years ago, even as it also marks Ms. Galilee’s attempt to define herself as an artist on her own terms. She is the daughter of Ms. Maleczech and Lee Breuer, another Mabou Mines founder, and her earliest memory is of assisting her mother before a performance of the company’s first show, 'The Red Horse Animation.'"
Read the full article HERE.


La MaMa presents
IMAGINING THE 
IMAGINARY INVALID 
a production by Mabou Mines and Trick Saddle
Directed and Choreographed by Clove Galilee
Featuring Drama Desk and OBIE award winning actor Marylouise Burke as the Leading Player. The cast also includes Clove GalileeBrian McManamonChristianna NelsonJoe TapperJake LasserSr. Pedro J. Rosado Jr., and Bernadette Flynn.
The dancers, members of the New York Theatre Ballet and the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, are Stephen CampanellaCarmella LauerSteven MelendezMelissa Sadler,Amanda Treiber-Scales and Elena Zahlmann.
The musicians are Marni Rice and Michael Scales.
January 21 - February 7, 2016
The Ellen Stewart Theatre66 East 4th Street(between Bowery and Second Avenue)New York, NY 10003
Tickets: $30 Adults/$25 Students & Seniors
For Tickets and Info: CLICK HERE