By Eric Lockley
Developed and directed by Morgan Green
-$20 ticket cost with a corresponding $20 voucher to use entirely at a local participating restaurant–
Javel Washington, an accidental time-traveler, arrives in present day NYC with a warning from the future. In a race against the Bots of his time, Javel hopes to enlist you to help him save the human race from destruction.
Maybe the stories of New Yorkers, will offer insight into the value of resilience and with your help, Javel, could discover that what makes us human will always be our secret weapon.
INFORMATION AND TICKETS
June 8th through 30th
Starting Point: At 140 Broadway, at the corner of Broadway and Cedar Streets across from Zuccotti Park.
Price: Your ticket purchase will provide you with a $20 voucher to enjoy the food of one of the local restaurants that make this neighbourhood so special. It will be valid through June 30, 2022.
COVID PROTOCOL: Proof of Covid-19 vaccination required, masks optional outdoors.
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Morgan Green (she/her) (director We the People (Not the Bots)) is a film and theater director based in Brooklyn. She is currently a Co-Artistic Director of the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia and a co-founder of New Saloon Theater Company. Recent directing work includes Fat Ham by James Ijames (The Wilma Theater, New York Times Critics Pick), New Saloon’s MINOR CHARACTER: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time (The Public Theater), The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe (Marin Theater Company) and Cute Activist by Milo Cramer (The Bushwick Starr). Morgan is a New Georges Affiliated Artist, former artist in residence at Bric, Mabou Mines, Baryshnikov Arts Center, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Proud member of SDC. MorganClaireGreen.com
Eric Lockley (he/him) (playwright We the People (Not the Bots)) is an award-winning actor, writer and producer. Writing credits include comedic web series Blacker and his inspirational short film, The Jump and plays and solo shows including Blacken the Bubble, Without Trace and Last Laugh. Lockley also produces with The Movement Theatre Company and Harlem9. Eric’s Afrofuturistic play Sweet Chariot will have a presentation at The Public Theater in Summer 2022. @iamericlockley