My new therapist gestured silently for me to come into the room, then he sat with his hands folded. I started talking. He did not introduce himself.
There is neither soup nor bread.
- Ice Cream
- Jimbo's Roast Beef Sandwiches
- Pickup Truck / Put Truck Down
- Underside of the topside
- Space Marines Built With Prayer
How long can you hold your breath? Is it long enough for an emergency?
- Deep Sea Diving Suit
- Car Wash / Automobile Wash
- Razor sharp teeth
- Something coming, not arriving
- Tonal versus Aural
- Underwater Race
- Trailer reveals ending
- Salad dressing in front of window for benefit of peeping toms
- Radiant / Unsung
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As a part of The Language of the Birds, curated by Pamela Grossman.
Weds, Jan 27: Performance of “The Language,” a theatrical piece written by playwright Matthew Freeman, commissioned for Language of the Birds 7pm
Matthew Freeman's new play, The Listeners, is now running at The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Tickets are available here. The production runs until Valentine's Day, February 14th. It is a part of the Brick Resident Artist Program and directed my Michael Gardner, Artistic Director of The Brick.
Matthew Freeman has been invited to be a playwright in residence at New Dramatists. He's proudly one of the "Class of 2021" alongside Matthew Paul Olmos, Basil Kreimendahl, Christopher Oscar Pena, Aditi Kapil, Eric Dufault, Lynn Rosen and A. Zell Williams.
Lift Lift Lift by Matthew Freeman and present by Theater Accident at the HEAR Now Festival in Kansas City on June 20th. Currently scheduled for 2:45pm Cinemark Cinema "A". Check listings here: http://www.hearnowfestival.org/2014-schedule-for-listening--performace-events.html
Work in Progress played May 2nd, 2014. Text and lyrics by Matthew Freeman. Conceived and Directed by Djahari Clark, “Cloud Cuckooland” is a new fable inspired by ancient Greek tragedies. A tragic love story about escapism and its collision with reality, performed as dance with puppetry, spoken word, song, and a live original score. Collaborators include composer/musicians David Kammerer and Damon Ketron, Puppet Master Jesse Kingsley, and Playwright Matthew Freeman. The powerful alliance of these unique artists emerges as a transformative artistic expression of euphoria and sorrow as they explore humanity’s defensive behavior and its ramifications when confronted with the possibility of pain and loss.