In this entertaining show, performer and science nerd Jennifer Joy mashes up chaos theory with a Trump-voting farm wife, a liberal rural politician, a teen punk Antifa activist and more. Inspired in part by her own Trump-loving farm family, Jennifer reveals how we got to this point – and what’s next.

Upcoming Dates

July 17, 2019 @ 7:30pm

Dixon Place

161 A Chrystie St.

New York, NY 10002

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Artist Bios

Jennifer Joy, writer/performer, combines science into her art, garnering her an invitation to perform at a NASA conference on astrobiology. Her solo show, “The Physics of Love”, has toured all over the country. Her work has been featured at Highways (Santa Monica); Dixon Place, Emerging Artists’ Theatre, Laurie Beechman Theatre, Wow Café and Theatre, and Fresh Fruit Festival (New York City); Jon Sims Center, The Marsh and Josie’s Cabaret (SF) and at college and conferences across the US.

 

Ashley Wren Collins, director, is a New York City-based director, producer, choreographer, actor and writer. Recent directing credits: Flak House, I’m Mindful…of My Anxiety, Gay Boy, The Bedbug. Collins directs the new works and thesis projects of MFA and BFA in Dramatic Writing candidates at NYU and is the author of several books. Recent acting credits: Shades at Cherry Lane Theatre, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Mother Eve’s Secret Garden of Sensual Sisterhood, for which she won “Outstanding Leading Actress” and was nominated for “Outstanding Choreography.”

 

Gail Scott White is a new media scenographer and animator. She has created new media designs for B3W’s Confined, Dixon Place (NYC) and Irondale Center (Brooklyn NY); Ariel Dance Theatre’s Flush: The Gyre Project, Long Center for the Performing Arts (Austin TX); Maryland Opera Studio’s premiere of Shadowboxer (on the life of Joe Louis), Clarice Smith Center for the Performing Arts (College Park MD); The Heidi Chronicles by Wendy Wasserstein, Arena Stage (Washington DC); and Hamlet at Temple Theatre in Sanford NC, and Actors Guild of Lexington (KY).

 

Miriam Eusebio, scene designer. Miriam’s work has been seen in New York and beyond, including at Dixon Place, with Sharon Jane Smith’s The Mysteries of Monet Berzoff.  Other work includes the acclaimed Truth Values: One Girl’s Romp Through MIT’s Male Math Maze written and performed by Gioia DeCari, touring since 2009, and Happy Days by Samuel Beckett at Wow Cafe Theater.  This August she is directing a reading of Illegal Helpers by Maxi Obexer, translated by Neil Blackadder, for Voyage Theater Company.

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