The psychology of biblical stories
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Happy spring! Memorial Day weekend, I will be in a film and a play at the Lower East Side Festival of the Arts at Theater for the New City (155 1st Avenue.)
I. On Friday, May 25th at approximately 8:18pm, I will play the title role in the play Toshiba.
The play was written and directed by Peter Welch and is best described as an existentialist theater noir that examines loyalty and a woman’s place at the top in the male-dominated world of underworld business. Toshiba will be in the Johnson theater. There are four different theaters, so don’t get lost!
II. On Saturday, May 26th, the film God is scheduled to begin at 6:16pm.
God is a psych-drama-thriller combo that tackles shady politicians, leaked documents and a lack of enthusiasm for religion. It was written and directed by Edwin Brienen. There will be a 5-minute Q & A following the screening.
Films run from noon to midnight, so feel free to stay for the duration of the festival.
All events are free and open to the public.
Event page for the LES Festival Film Program: https://www.facebook.com/events/687011768136109/?active_tab=about
Trailer for God: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=81Z167JuE1k
Theater for the New City: 155 First Avenue at 10th Street, New York, NY.
Reservations are not required, but come early to secure a seat. The schedule will never hold exactly as printed in the program, so keep in mind that films and performances might start 10 minutes earlier or later than the official start time.
And here is the Eva Quiz:
1. Is the role of Toshiba a man or a woman?
A woman playing a man.
b) A woman (Eva) playing a man who is playing a woman.
c) A transgender
d) Nobody knows
e) The actors will find out during rehearsals (if they are lucky).
2. Does God really exist?
a) Yes, as a film version of Edwin Brienen
b) No, of course not.
c) Only if you believe in it with the passion of the Hare Krishna or the Ayatollah
d) Unfortunately, God died about 800 years ago. He suffered from a devilish infection as confirmed by Nietzsche.
If you reply quickly with the correct answer, you can win:
A place in heaven (first come, first serve)
I hope you are well!
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