The Paradigm Shift Project
The Industrial Revolution was a major paradigm shift. No one knew what they were worth or what was appropriate to ask for the jobs that were being created.
Now we are in the throws of the Digital Revolution. And again, we do not know what we are worth or even how long our jobs will remain.
Experiencing the lives of workers in the late 1800s through their autobiographies, what can we discover about the people who lived through the greatest upheaval in human history... until the upheaval we are living through now.
What can the past tell us about our future?
Performing as part of the
Broadway Bound Festival
Theater Row - 410 W 42nd St., NYC
Tuesday July 30 @ 8 pm
Sunday August 4 @ 5 pm.
Saturday August 10 @ 5 pm.
A therapy puppet works a little too well in this play about family relations (using relation in the expansive sense.) A lusty ape puppet, a nun who is also a deviant sexuality therapist, and two celebrity therapists whose interests know no bounds.
Written by Stephen Bracco
Directed by Noel MacDuffie
Featuring: Patrick Horn, Nancy Kimball, Elyse Knight*, Pete McCabe*, and Alyssa Simon*.
*Actors appear courtesy of Actors Equity
Costumes by Amanda Enriquez, Lighting by Karim Rosado, Sound Design by Greg Myers.