We are almost 70% toward our fundraising goal! We are hoping to get to 100 backers today! If you are the lucky 100th, you will receive a 3 Hole title of your choice AND the honorary title on our website of *THE 100TH HOLE.*
Support our next season of books and programs below!
We are pleased to announce several new and unusual rewards:
A PRIVATE SCREENING with Michelle Memran of her documentary on Maria Irene Fornes, The Rest I Make Up ("An extraordinary documentary portrait…. A profound, tragic, yet joyful vision of art."—The New Yorker). Introduced and followed by a conversation with Memran, for you and friends, students, film lovers, Fornes fans. Be prepared to renew your faith in the theater!!!
CREATIVITY MIXTAPE An MP3 digital playlist of Maria Irene Fornes musing on the creative process, culled from her conversations with Michelle Memran during the making of her documentary. The recording makes us think of John Cage and also Celia Cruz and also the Dalai Lama.
A SIGNED SHOW POSTER from the current Theater for a New Audience revival of Fornes' Fefu and her Friends, signed by the cast! (Only 1 available!)
PATRICK WANG DVD COLLECTION DVD copies of the 3 films by 3 Hole Inspiration Patrick Wang! Patrick recently directed our favorite narrative film about theater, A Bread Factory (Parts I +II) (“A richly absorbing portrait of a community theater at a crossroads. Wondrously moving, thoughtful and inventive" —The Los Angeles Times). Don't have a DVD player? This is a reason to get one! (Only 1 available!)
CONSIDER: Danny will be drawing a few more onions! And there is only 1 tarot reading with Emmy Bright left!
COMMUNITY NEWS + EVENTS
-Screening of The Rest I Make Up, a documentary on Maria Irene Fornes, followed by a conversation with filmmaker Michelle Memran, dramaturg Morgan Jenness, and playwright Migdalia Cruz. Alisa Solomon moderates. Saturday, December 7th. Theatre for a New Audience (262 Ashland Place, Brooklyn). Screening: 4:30 PM, Talk: 6 PM.
-The Los Angeles Times features Aleshea Harris
Soul damage is an important thing to acknowledge,” said Harris. “That’s why I wrote this. There isn’t a space where we [African Americans] can get some community around this particular grief, this thing I’m going to encounter when I go to the store. And it keeps happening, and I know that if I’m carrying it, other people are as well. So what do we do? How to we refuel ourselves?
-The New York Times recently reported that 92 percent of labor at theater organizations with budgets under $100,000 is performed by volunteers. We are troubled!!! And energized to be part of the cultural change in better supporting artists, editors, designers and publishers in the theater and beyond.
Thank you for joining us,
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