about the show:
Lamb Lays with Lion will produce its grand premiere of the Theatre of Disruption in NYC. Viewed as a sequel to their performance of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," Lamb Lays with Lion's The Importance of Being Earnest vows to a be a completely new production that reimagines a traditional staging, but rife with disruptions.
The performance will challenge conventional stagings of Earnest, by intentionally limiting its budget to perform the improbable task of staging a classic work that resonates with its modern audience by using various methods of Disruption. These disruptions, for the audience, are meant to question the performance's integrity and strengths, while being tantalized by the level of safety for the performers and whether or not the cast is able to get the show to "go on" at all.
about the artists:
Lamb Lays with Lion is an original and experimental performance company based in Brooklyn, NY. They have presented their original American Trilogy ($, Ignorance, Entitlement) at New York's The Tank and The Brick. They have also performed at The 14th Street Y Theater, Minneapolis' Guthrie Theatre, The Southern Theater, The Bedlam Theater, The Bryant Lake Bowl, as well as The Rude Mechanical's Off-Center in Austin, TX.
Jeremey Catterton (director/producer): Jeremey has produced and presented theater commissions, company experiments, as well as his own original works in NY at The Tank, The Brick and The 14th Street Y Theater, Minneapolis, MNs The Guthrie Theatre, Austin, TXs The Rude Mechanicals' Off-Center, Seattle, WA's On the Boards, New York City's The Kitchen, as well as multiple venues in London, England and Bali, Indonesia. He attended Middlesex University London for his Masters in Directing, the University of MN/Guthrie Theater BFA actor-training program, and the Interlochen Arts Academy.