Group Theory in association with IRT's 3B Development Series present a workshop
New York, NY
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Group Theory in association with IRT's 3B Development Series present a workshop
40 years ago, the last astronauts to set foot on the moon made their way back home, concluding the three-year period in which humans ventured beyond low Earth orbit. Last year, the five remaining Space Shuttles were officially retired and distributed to museums.

With our own fragile biosphere stressed to the brink and energy costs rising, human space exploration is a future receding rapidly into the past, undreamed by children, abandoned by science fiction for more earthly speculations.

Yet in the next ten years a bloom of private industry will bring space closer than ever before and to more people, and will finally reset our collective aspirations to walk on other worlds, beginning with our cold, dead neighbor Mars.

And the mission will be made possible by you.

Workshop Showing: Sunday July 8 2012
At IRT: 154 Christopher st. #3B (third floor)
Tickets FREE
Running time about 1 hour.

Mission Commander: Ben Vershbow
Flight System Manager: Dorit Avganim
Test Crew: Clare Barron, Max Dana, Craig Pattison, Ted Schneider
Project Scientists: Jacob Grigolia-Rosenbaum, Scott Hoffer, Scott Peterman

Group Theory is the collective endeavor of Ben Vershbow and Dorit Avganim, dedicated to creating momentary theatrical communities for unlikely audiences. Past works developed at IRT: 'Bartleby' and 'Caravan'.

Tucked away in the old Archive Building in Greenwich Village NYC, IRT is a grassroots theater development laboratory providing space, support and community for independent artists.
Artistic Director Kori Rushton


154 Christopher Street, 3B
New York, NY 10014
United States


Arts > Theatre

Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: IRT Theater
On BPT Since: Nov 09, 2009
Kori Rushton


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