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2002-2016: Now in Year #13 of our Kamikaze Journey!
Subversive Theatre: Where pissing you off is only the beginning

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  "What is there left for us that have seen the newly discovered stability of things changed from enthusiasm to weariness but to rediscover an art of the theatre, which shall be joyful, fantastic, extravagant, whimsical, beautiful, resonant, and altogether RECKLESS?" 
-- William Butler Yeats
1901

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A melange of pictures from our 2003 productions

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Burn, Baby, Burn . . . Not!
Hippie protester Alethea (Leah Russo) can't burn her bra when it's snatched away by frat boy Dempsey (Josh Canfield) in the 1960s scene of Kurt Schneiderman's MANIFEST DESTINY BLUES at the New Phoenix Theatre in June-July of 2003.

 
Watch Your Mouth!
A hard working steel worker (Phil Knoerzer) slaps his argumentative daughter Alethea (Leah Russo) when she dares to suggest his plant will be shut down in the 1990s scene of Kurt Schneiderman's MANIFEST DESTINY BLUES at the New Phoenix Theatre in June-July of 2003.

It's a Cinch:
Alethea (Leah Russo, right) gets a little too enthusiastic tightening the laces of big sister Zoe's (Adair Luhr, left) corset in the Turn-of-the-Century scene of Kurt Schneiderman's MANIFEST DESTINY BLUES at the New Phoenix Theatre in June-July of 2003.

May Day 2003:
Director Kurt Schneiderman with the cast of BURY THE DEAD at our staged reading for May Day 2003 at Rust Belt Books.

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