Through this visual adaptation of Moby dick students will explore the themes of this great American novel.

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Concrete Temple Theatre – The Whale

BOCES ID

127

For

Middle school, High school

Categories

Theatre

Curriculum

ELA, The Arts

Costs

One Performance $900
Two Performances $1500
Three Performances $2100
Accompanying Workshops: Inquire for pricing
Dates Available

Dates Available

By Inquiry


Full Performance available upon request only.

Program Theme

Through this visual adaptation of Moby dick students will explore the themes of this great American novel.

Program Description

Moby Dick, by Herman Melville tells the tale of Captain Ahab and his maniacal pursuit of the ever-elusive white whale. In Concrete Temple’s The Whale, the often over-looked Sub-Sub-Librarian is featured, and it’s he who plays not only Ishmael and Captain Ahab but Moby Dick himself. Using only his body, voice, and an extraordinary collection of hand-crafted and rigged props to create life on a whale ship, Adinolfi, a dancer and actor by training, puts into service a variety of storytelling traditions. The effect of one man embodying this enormous literary epic in 60 minutes, using Melville’s text, is simultaneously playful and profound. The visual and physical nature of the work makes The Whale a unique theatrical experience.
Concrete Temple Theatre offers a variety of workshops to accompany our performances. Subjects covered can include performance skills, theatrical adaptation, puppet construction, and storytelling. The work students create will play as a prelude to our performance of Geppetto. Workshops can be tailored to your needs, ranging from an hour-long exploration to a week long intensive. Please inquire to specify desired content, length, and price.

Phone

(646) 234-0399

Address

211 E. 14th Street, #10, New York NY 10003

Associated Acts/Performances

Concrete Temple Theatre Workshops

Geppetto: Extraordinary Extremities

The Bystander Project

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