Rip the rings out from you noses! Tear the saddles from your backs!
Theater of the Apes Sub-Adult Division presents:
Based on the novel by George Orwell
Adapted by Sir Peter Hall
Music by Richard Peaslee Lyrics by Adrian Mitchell
at The Tank, 312 West 36th Street, First Floor, New York, NY 10018
4 November Performances at Non-Traditional Times When One Is Least Likely to Have a Conflict.
Tuesday, Nov 7, 7pm
Wednesday, Nov 8, 7pm
Saturday, Nov 11 5pm
Sunday, Nov 12, 3pm
Directed by Ayun Halliday (hey, that’s me!)
Musical Direction by Jeffrey Lodin
4 LEGS GOOD, 2 LEGS BAD, 4 LEGS GOOD, 2 LEGS BAD, 4 LEGS GOOD, 2 LEGS….
In which TDF Stages has the Silverback and me interview each other about our upcoming Theater of the Apes residency at The Brick, March 2017. Read the interview, then see the shows!
Human See. Human Do.
Theater of the Apes has a website.
Human See. Human Do.
Bookmark it. Open it. Book your tickets to NYC for March of 2017.
Dare to be Heinie, register, and pull that lever for a winner. Click the button and Rock the Vote will take care of the rest.
Honored to be featured in such august zinely company, despite my absolute dearth of Runs Batted In.
Buy Zinester Trading Cards, Series Two from Billy on Etsy.
Ex-Circulation Manager Jambo has asked me to tell all you nice people that the VERY BEST way you can observe Ayun Halliday Day tomorrow would be to buy a zine.
If you have never read an issue of The East Village Inky, March 29 would be a particularly auspicious day to order a back issue, subscribe, renew a lapsed subscription or lay a gift sub on an unsuspecting friend.
Or venture into the unknown by ordering one of the hundreds, nay thousands of titles by my fellow travelers. Go straight to the source on etsy, or support one of the independent book and zine sellers who have supported the Inky over the years. Take yer pick:
Thanks to Narratively for publishing one of my all-time favorite stories in comic form. (Not quite so funny while ex-Circulation Manager Jambo and I were living through it)
Check out the full story here.
Dennis Lynch wrote a nifty, deer-pun-filled feature on Fawnbook for The Brooklyn Courier. Smashing photos by Stefano Giovannini.
Lady Collective interviewed me about life in my 20s for their Schoolin’ Life feature. Read it here if you dare!
Thanks to the Fiscal Sponsorship of Fractured Atlas, you can make a tax deductible donation to Fawnbook. We will use it to pay the cast and crew! Look at all the great prizes on our secure online RocketHub crowdfunding campaign. (I’d go for the $25 level a half dozen times, myself.)
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