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Heather Cohn, Kia Rogers, Rachael Hip-Flores, Isaiah Tanenbaum, and Jodi M. Witherell of “Salvage”

Released Tuesday, 21st April 2015
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image“What lives on…what’s left when someone is gone?”
The kinds of things that remain can run the gamut—music boxes, stories, ephemera, bottles of booze, memories—but they can all mean something. And exploring that meaning is at the heart of August Schulenburg’s excellent new play Salvage, presented by Flux Theatre Ensemble.
Listen in as the show’s director Heather Cohn, actors Isaiah Tanenbaum and Rachael Hip-Flores, lighting designer Kia Rogers, and stage manager Jodi M. Witherell discuss Flux’s innovative Living Ticket model, tumblr-blogging for your show, working in a non-traditional space, putting audience submissions into your set, and what we save.
“…really, it’s this love-letter to New York that Gus has written…and I love being in it.”

Flux Theatre Ensemble presents
Salvage
written by August Schulenburg
directed by Heather Cohn
remaining performances:
Tuesday, April 21 @ 8PM
Wednesday, April 22 @ 8PM
Thursday, April 23 @ 8PM
Saturday, April 25 @ 8PM
The Loisaida Center
710 E. 9th Street
Manhattan
tickets: name your own price; reserve your tickets via artful.ly
imageimage image image imagephotos by Deborah Alexander

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