Man the Creator Man as Destroyer.

On the waning days of World War I, a platoon of soldiers vanished without a trace. In their last recorded post we found tapes of plays they enacted to pass away the time. Here they are in chronological order...

Geist tells the story about a platoon of soldiers who on the waning days of World War I attacked the enemy with poison gas, but when the wind blew on the opposite direction it killed them instead. Their spirits are now left to wonder what happened to them, as they struggle to find their way home.

Based on plays written by August Stramm, Franz Kafka, Ernst Toller, Gottfried Benn, and Lothar Schreyer.

Directed by Rafael De Mussa

“A memorable if disconcerting theatrical event. A single 90-minute production that is likely to leave your head spinning and your anxieties about the state of humankind confirmed ! “
Howard Miller. Talkin’Broadway.

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Opens Sept 15th. Limited Engagement!


Project development provided by NYSCA. The New York Council for the Arts, The Puffin Foundation, The Alfred Z. Solomon Charitable Trust, and loyal audiences like you.



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