Live Source presents a workshop production of BOHEMIAN LIGHTS, an interdisciplinary theatre piece.
BOHEMIAN LIGHTS Workshop Production
Live Source proudly presents a workshop production of BOHEMIAN LIGHTS, a new interdisciplinary theatre piece directed by Tyler Mercer, choreographed by José Rivera Jr., and adapted by Live Source with Fernando Gonzalez after Ramón Valle-Inclán’s Luces de Bohemia. BOHEMIAN LIGHTS will be performed at Pregones Theater (575 Walton Avenue, Bronx NY) on Saturday, January 11 and Sunday, January 12, 2014, through Pregones Theater’s ASAP / Artist Space At Pregones Program, and in partnership with Spain Culture New York – Consulate General of Spain.
BOHEMIAN LIGHTS is the journey of a blind poet, Max Estrella, on the last night of his life. In the streets of Madrid, the city is self-destructing, the country on the verge of revolution. It is a cold November, 1975. Through a groundbreaking integration of film with live theatre, BOHEMIAN LIGHTS unravels a dark, whirlwind satire of political Spain and her starving artists. This production represents the world premiere of a new adaptation of Ramón Valle-Inclán’s masterwork Luces de Bohemia, the English-language U.S. premiere, and only the second ever production in any capacity.
BOHEMIAN LIGHTS will be performed at Pregones Theater, located at 575 Walton Avenue in the South Bronx, accessible via the 2/4/5 trains to 149th Street – Grand Concourse Station, just 25 minutes from midtown. Performance times are Saturday, January 11 at 8:00pm and Sunday, January 12 at 3:00pm.
Additionally, there will be a private showing for industry on Monday, January 13 at 1:00pm. If you are a producer, presenter, director or industry professional in any capacity and interested in seeing BOHEMIAN LIGHTS, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat for the showing.
The cast of BOHEMIAN LIGHTS includes Andrew Bridges, Kate DaRocha, Lori Felipe-Barkin, Jose Mercado, Kevin Michael Murphy and Dylan Wittrock.
BOHEMIAN LIGHTS has set design by Tyler Mercer with Alan Brincks, costume design by Michelle Persoff, lighting design by Joanna Emmott, sound design by Shawn Durbin, original music by Neil Quillen, video design by Mark Costello, and film cinematography by David Baloche with Quinlan Orear.
Live Source is a group of theatre and film artists from New York City. They have come together to form an exciting new ensemble which has gone on to create some of the most provocative theatrical experiences in the downtown New York scene. The group uses classic and bold original plays to unearth contemporary themes. With innovative design and technology in constant play with highly stylized performances, Live Source audiences engage with daring new theatre. The Live Source mission is to forge exhilarating new encounters on stage and screen, drawing from a blend of styles, stories, and live sources.