ICARUS played to an overflow house at Outside The Box 2013 in Boston. It then won awards for Book and Design at the New York Musical Theatre Festival 2013 where The New York Times called it an "...intriguingly ominous showbiz fable" with "clever lyrics and a tangy score." It now returns in a new incarnation at the LAB's new home, OBERON.
With Boston's diverse community, the LAB is committed to expanding the audience for theatre. Artistic Director of the LAB, Jason Slavick, explains: "I'm excited to be making our work accessible to the deaf community. It's important to reach out to all kinds of people here in the Boston area. Too often, the deaf are excluded from great entertainment and I hope we'll be able to share our work with them."
Conceived and Directed by Jason Slavick
Music and Lyrics by Nathan Leigh
Puppetry Direction and Design by Faye Dupras
Written by the LAB Ensemble
May 1 - 11 @ 7:30pm. Doors open and preshow bands begin at 7pm.
Captioned performances May 2 and 9
OBERON, 2 Arrow St. in Cambridge.
Tickets available at Tickets.AmericanRepertoryTheater.org and 617.547.8300. Tickets from $25.
More information available at LiarsAndBelievers.com.
The ICARUS Ensemble
Aimee Rose Ranger - Minnie Minoseczeck
Jonathan Horvath - Daedalus
Lukas Papenfusscline - Icarus
Liz Tancredi - Penny
Veronica Barron - The rest of the world
Store Bought Absinthe
Jay Mobley - Music Director & Guita
rJenn Bliss - Accordion & Flute
Eric Lee - Fiddle
May 1: Revolutionary Snake Ensemble Duo www.revolutionarysnakeensemble.org
May 2: Tony Leva and friends
May 4: Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band www.ensmb.com
May 8: Brian King/What Time Is It Mr. Fox?
May 9: Dirty Water Brass Band www.dirtywaterbrassband.com
May 11: Ezekiel's Wheels www.ewklezmer.com
Liars & Believers (LAB)
will present two captioned performances of their new show ICARUS, for
members of the deaf community. In their continued effort to reach new
audiences, the LAB, a local experimental theatre company and Resident Artists
at OBERON, will present its new iteration of this myth May 1-11, with super-title captioning on Friday
May 2nd and Friday May 9th.