There Goes the Neighborhood

SoloWeek at Standard ToyKraft

About the Show

When Michele has to move from the street where she's lived over 20 years, her frantic apartment search leads to the tipping point of her Brooklyn neighborhood's gentrification...which just may have been her fault all along...

A comedy about gentrification—and the “tipping point” of one Brooklyn neighborhood.

This show is a part of SoloWeek at The Tank at Standard ToyKraft (December 7-12)! Click HERE for the full series!

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About the Artist

Michele Carlo is a storyteller who has appeared across the U.S., including the MOTH’s GrandSlams and Mainstage in NYC, and NPR with Latino USA. She is also the author of Fish Out Of Agua: My life on neither side of the (subway) tracks, (Citadel 2010). Other essays/stories appear in Mr. Beller’s Lost & Found: Stories From New York, SMITH magazine’s Next Door Neighbor, Huffington Post and Story Club magazine, among others. Michele was also featured in the 2015 Emmy award-winning PBS documentary “Latino Americans of NY & NJ.”

“There Goes The Neighborhood” made its debut at the P.I.T's 2014 SOLOCOM festival. Thanks to The Tank, Standard Toykraft and Tanya O'Debra for the opportunity to present it as a full-length show!

Michele Carlo (Official Website)

Twitter @Michele_asShell

At Standard ToyKraft
722 Metropolitan Avenue, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11211

About Standard ToyKraft

Standard ToyKraft is an artist run theater that offers low-cost performance and rehearsal space as well as a puppet shop and private studios for visual artists. The founders of STK discovered a derelict factory floor located in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn With lots of blood, sweat and more tears than any of us care to admit we transformed this old sweatshop into a community organization. At the core Standard Toykraft is a community endeavor. Our community of artists continues to grow in this tough city because, we provide a supportive refuge for the development of work. We also produce many of our own shows and events including puppet slams, variety shows, vaudevillian weirdness and various spectacles for the amusement of our patrons.


Dec 9, 2015

312 West 36th Street / First Floor / New York, NY 10018