David Levine (NY, Berlin)
ANGER AT THE MOVIES (World Premiere)
“Enraging, engaging.. Levine [is] a savvy rascal who makes theater pieces that bleed into Conceptual art”
– Time Out
A follow up to Levine’s acclaimed Venice Saved: A Seminar, this seminar masquerading as theatre masquerading as film screening asks the audience, “Why is it so frustrating to see your profession represented on film?” You provide a YouTube clip, we provide the spectacle.
Collaborators for ANGER AT THE MOVIES:
Rob Cohen, Lawyer (Partner at Kirkland & Ellis, LLP)
Cate Schappert, Photographer
Gideon Lewis-Kraus, Writer
Jo Walker, Architectural Designer
Kyoung H. Park, Playwright
Christianna Nelson, Actor
Created in part at the Arts Collaboration Lab, a partnership between Columbia University School of the Arts and Performance Space 122 in July 2011.
Presented as part of the
7th Annual COIL Festival
January 10 – 12, 2012
For this show, please provide a clip to the creative team for the
night of the performance.
You can either:
1) bring a physical DVD with chapter/timecode noted to the night of
2) find a clip online and copy/paste the url into an email, sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm the day of performance. If you
can’t find a clip, we suggest looking on youtube, movieclips.com, or
3) Upload a digital version of a clip to your favorite cloud storage
site (i.e. dropbox or yousendit). Copy and paste the url and send to
4) Bring a clip with you on a flash drive.
If you can’t find a clip that (mis)represents your profession, you’re
welcome to bring clips depicting, inaccurately, a hobby, location,
activity or state of mind you’re familiar with.
If you can only find clips that depict your profession extraordinarily
well, feel free to bring that.