A new immersive multi-media experience bringing audience members into the lives of American low-wage workers living on the margins. A Piece of the Dream weaves film, photography, dance,
installation art, spoken word and live performance together in order to create space for the voices and stories that all too often go unheard as part of our American narrative. Audience members will journey
in groups of ten through several rooms on different floors while being exposed to a multitude art forms from various perspectives directly inspired by stories of people from the Capital Region who are considered working poor. A Piece of the Dream is meant to engage and provoke audiences to bear witness to the impacts of earning a low-wage, and to confront the way that this economic marginalization systematically oppresses millions of people in this country, and in turn affects us all. Inspired by a vision of a more just and equitable society, this multi-media experience seeks to connect audiences to the struggle of all workers and to imagine that another world is possible.
Audience members will go through the experience in groups of 10. Tickets LIMITED Reserve tickets at Brown paper tickets: //thedream.bpt.me
December 11th : 7pm, 7:30 pm, 8pm, 8:30pm and 9 pm
December 12th : 7pm, 7:30 pm, 8pm, 8:30 pm and 9 pm
December 13th : 2pm, 2:30pm, 3:00pm, 3:30pm, 4:00
The piece is created and conceived by a collective of artists (featuring Youth FX Filmmakers).
Director and Artistic Producer: Noelle Gentile
Technical Director: Bhawin Suchak
Producer: Victoria Kereszi of Workforce Development Institute
Installation Artist: Alisa Sikelianos-Carter
Documentary Filmmker: Darian Henry
Documentary Filmmaker: Aden Suchak
Experimental Documentary Filmmaker: Maya Suchak
Narrative Filmmaker: Michael Mejiia
Photographer: William Dych
Choreographer: Tammy Robison
Technical Design: Nick Nealon
Featuring performances by: Paul Rivers Bailey, Ejaniia Clayton,
Amani Wilson, Nick Wilson, Dalisa Soto- Peruzzi, Mikayla
Appleberry, Aden Suchak, Majestic Tillman, Joseph Phillips, Emmett
Ferris, Simone Allegra Lavine, Tammy Robinson, and Tony Pallone
Sponsored by Workforce Development Institute Wdiny.org
Artist were connected to workers through the support of Citizen Action of New York //citizenactionny.org/
This performance is an interactive experience that requires changing locations and may present difficulties for a person with a movement disability. We welcome all participants, so please contact Noelle Gentile at 518-229-4820 or at email@example.com to discuss accommodations needed to participate fully in this event.
Contact A Piece of The Dream production at firstname.lastname@example.org
Suggested donation of $10 at the door.
Reserve tickets at Brown paper tickets: //thedream.bpt.me