Return of The Girl Detective

Sun 14 Oct 2007 - Filed under: Not a Journal., | Leave a Comment | Posted by: Gavin

Ateh Theatre’s great fun adaption of “The Girl Detective” returns at the Crown Point Festival. More info on the fest. website and below:

The Girl Detective plays the following unique schedule as part of the festival:
October 28 at 8PM
November 8 at 8PM
November 13 at 8PM
November 17 at 8PM

The Crown Point Festival
Film Theater and Music at its Finest
October 27- November 17
Abrons Art Center, LES, New York City


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  1. Bridgette on November 8th, 2007 2:31 pm

    Free tickets tonight, November 8th.

    Email [email protected].

    After The Girl Detective blows your mind, you can stick around for a
    short film, a performance by the band Nullsleep, DJ Paul Daly and free booze!


    “As this mesmerizing play progresses, it comes to resemble a dream.
    In the underworld, words and images are slippery, memory is unstable,
    and things that mean the most to us (like the color of our lover’s
    eyes) threaten to disappear faster than the Girl Detective can change
    disguises. Beneath its fizzy fun, the play asks a question that haunts
    our nightmares…”
    – The Village Voice

    The Ateh Theater Group and the Crown Point Festival

    proudly present the return of THE GIRL DETECTIVE

    Based on the story by Kelly Link
    Adapted and Directed by Bridgette Dunlap

    Tickets are $16.50, $18.00 for VIP seats, which include complimentary
    beverages. Admission includes a short film and band. Line-up below.

    Abrons Art Center
    466 Grand Street, NYC

    The Girl Detective is a master of disguise. She finds missing things,
    chases tap-dancing bank robbers and eats our dreams. But in her life
    of intrigue and adventure one mystery remains and it may take a
    journey to the underworld to solve it.

    THE ATEH THEATER GROUP’s work has been hailed as

    — Neil Genzlinger, New York Times
    “done with a style and wit to create postmodern mythology”
    — Jerry Portwood, Back Stage
    “gleefully odd, fearsomely intelligent”
    — Maggie Cino, United Stages

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