Frank Harts on set
See You Yesterday, directed by Stefon Bristol, written by Stefon Bristol & Fredrica Bailey. Produced by Spike Lee, Jason Sokoloff, Matt Myers. (USA) – World Premiere, Feature Narrative. Two Brooklyn teenage prodigies, C.J. Walker and Sebastian Thomas, build make-shift time machines to save C.J.’s brother, Calvin, from being wrongfully killed by a police officer.
More about See You Yesterday: http://seeyouyesterday.com/
Is This A Room: REALITY WINNER VERBATIM TRANSCRIPTION
with Becca Blackwell, Emily Davis, Pete Simpson, T.L. Thompson
A true story, still unfolding.
At the center of an imperative discourse about what it means to have honor in today’s America.
June 3, 2017
A 25-year-old former Air Force linguist named Reality Winner (Emily Davis) is surprised at her home by the FBI, interrogated, and then charged with leaking evidence of Russian interference in our voting system. She’s in jail now.
Is This A Room stages the verbatim FBI transcript of what happened at Reality’s house that day. With an original score by Sanae Yamada (Moon Duo, Vive la Void).
As the verbal dance between knife-sharp Reality and the FBI agents unfolds in Reality’s home and her autonomy shrinks before her eyes, a simmering real-life thriller emerges—with consequences that extend from the most personal to the totally political.
Concept and Direction by Tina Satter. Score by Sanae Yamada. Costume Design by Enver Chakartash. Set Design by Parker Lutz. Lighting Design by Thomas Dunn. Sculptural Design by Amanda Villalobos. Production and Stage Management by Randi Rivera. Assistant Direction and Stage Management by Mariana Catalina.
|Friday, January 4||8pm|
|Saturday, January 5||8pm|
|Sunday, January 6||2pm|
|Tuesday, January 8||8pm|
|Wednesday, January 9||8pm|
|Thursday, January 10||8pm|
|Friday, January 11||8pm|
|Saturday, January 12||2pm and 8pm|
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Tina Satter/Half Straddle: Is This A Room: Reality Winner Verbatim Transcription is made possible with support from Howard Gilman Foundation, The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, and Joseph and Joan Cullman Foundation for the Arts; and in part by public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Is This A Room: Reality Winner Verbatim Transcription was developed in part at The Ground Floor at Berkeley Rep, New York Theatre Workshop’s Dartmouth Residency, and a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Residency in 2018.
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“The Gal Who Got Rattled.” It’s a wagon train yarn, set, like the others, in the early 1850s, that begins in half-straight, half-smart-alecky mode but gradually becomes a mournfully tragic tale that evinces a real and sincere love of the West. Crucial to its success is a rich and true performance by Grainger Hines as the wagon master. – Hollywood Reporter Todd McCarthy (emphasis added)
Grainger Hines can be seen here arriving at the SAG screening of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs at the SVA Theater in NYC. You can see him in the film when it comes to select theatres and to Netflix on November 16!