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SHIFT THE SPACE:

A SERIES OF INTERVIEWS WITH BLACK ARTISTS

Shift the Space: A Series of Interviews with Black Artists is a project through which we are interviewing black creatives (the interviews are in the form of zoom recordings or written interviews) whose art we either have witnessed first hand by working with them or have seen from afar and admired. 

EPISODES:

Episode 1 - Soma Okoye

Episode 2 - Cris Eli Blak

Episode 3 - Josca Moore

Episode 4 - Letícia Calvosa

Episode 5 - Déja Denise

Episode 6 - Joie Mitchell

Episode 7 - Katrina Newman

Episode 8 - Adam Boggs McDonald

Episode 9 - MOZIAH

Episode 10 - Marcus "Zebra" Smith

Episode 11 - Benjamin Freemantle

Episode 12 - Ta-Nia

Episode 13 - Bruno Lourenço Dos Santos

Episode 14 - Darius Al-Aziz

Episode 15 - Kristina Paul 

For more information and to watch/read the interviews, please visit our instagram or our vimeo page.

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"...Et Alia is truly making the best out of a bad situation and uniting artists across the world in a project that is both intimate and moving..."

                                                     - OnStage Blog

On How To Be A Monster - The Tank NYC Po

"On How To Be a Monster is not a primer which provides a road map.  Our society’s contemptible self-absorption is certainly a big target here as is our ability to turn a blind eye..."

                                             - TheaterReviewsFromMySeat

"If Müller’s short, spiky play unfolds with an ironic, semi-absurdist detachment from reality, it is also, in very real ways, a deeply felt coming-of-age story..."

                                                                 - Splash Magazines

ON HOW TO BE A MONSTER - BY MARIA MÜLLER

WHEN: FEB 22ND AT 3:00PM

             FEB 24TH AT 9:30PM

             FEB 25TH AT 9:30PM

WHERE: THE TANK NYC

SYNOPSIS: John, Clara, Ron, Lara, Don, Tara, Sean and Sarah are four couples who like to discuss important issues such as global warming, planned parenthood or starvation in Africa. Or do they? They might have more urgent things going on. Some might say they’re in competition, but they would surely disagree with that, because they’re very good friends! Halfway through the night, Tara disappears. Will they find her? And what is that sound, anyway?

CAST:

JOHN - DYLAN SOAL

CLARA - MARIA MÜLLER

RON - JOHN BLAIR

LARA - ANA MOIOLI

DON - MARTIN DROP

TARA - ISABELLA UZCÁTEGUI

SEAN - CRISTIANO BENFENATI

SARAH - GIORGIA VALENTI

THE MONSTER/THE HOST - ADAM FISHER 

DIRECTED BY: FEDERICA BORLENGHI 

STAGE MANAGED BY: KENDALL DUPRE

PRESS:

BroadwayWorld

REVIEWS:

THEATERREVIEWSFROMMYSEAT

Splash Magazines

LOLIQUE - BY ISABELLA UZCÁTEGUI

WHEN: JANUARY 16TH 2020

 

WHERE: CASA ITALIANA ZERILLI MARIMÒ

 

CAST:

 

LOLIQUE - ISABELLA UZCÁTEGUI

AMELIA - MARIA MÜLLER

BALI - GIORGIA VALENTI

GABO - MARIANO FLORES

JAIME ALEJANDRO - HENDRIK RIEMENS

STAGE DIRECTIONS - BIANCA WAECHTER

DIRECTED BY: ANA MOIOLI 

PRESS:

The National Herald

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"Under Moioli’s skillful direction, the talented performers brought the complicated themes of the play to life and left the audience looking forward to a full staging..."

                                                                   - The National Herald