The Orpheus Variations returns to NYC at HERE
from July 27-30, 5 performances only!
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The Orpheus Variations received its world premiere from October 19 – 28, 2012.
55 33rd Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY
For information on touring, please contact Line Producer Chapman Riedel.
Click here to read The Beautiful Brain’s review of The Orpheus Variations.
Click here to read the ArtLab feature on The Orpheus Variations.
Click here to read what the audience is saying about The Orpheus Variations.
Click here to view Mitch Dean’s world premiere production photos.
Click here to enjoy The Orpheus Variations Instagram album.
Click here to view a behind-the-scenes video preview of the creative process.
Click here to view photos of The Orpheus Variations documentary footage installed at Edge Arts in Lisbon, Portugal.
Inspired by the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice in the Underworld, The Orpheus Variations tells the story of Orpheus, a grief-stricken musician, who goes on a journey through the sights and sounds of his memories in search of his vanished wife. The project collides live storytelling, live radio play, and live film vocabularies in a deconstruction of creative process.
Created collaboratively by: the Company
Conceived and Directed by: Adam J. Thompson
Associate Director: Meghan E. Kennedy
Composer: Ryan Homsey
Media Design: Phillip Gulley
Properties Design: Katie Fleming
Costume Design: Sydney Gallas
Sound Design: Steve Piteo
Production Stage Management: Denise Lum and Dina Paola Rodriguez
Performance Ensemble: Amanda Dieli, Jen Browne, Arielle Lever, Jessica Annunziata, Sarah Isaacson, Brian DeCaluwe, Robert Kitchens, Steven Conroy, Peter Van Hyning
Production Assistant: Mark Costello
Artistic and Production Intern: Caitlin Bartow
The Orpheus Variations was been developed with the support of Chez Bushwick; The School of Making Thinking; IRT Theater 3B Development Series; the Magic Futurebox; the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC); the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC); The Puffin Foundation; and The Deconstructive Theatre Project’s family of individual contributors.