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2002-2017: Now in Year #14 of our Kamikaze Journey!
Subversive Theatre: Where pissing you off is only the beginning

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   "I am incapable of devoting myself quietly to creative work while blood is flowing and everything is calling me to battle. I want to burn with the spirit of the times. I want all servants of the stage to recognize their lofty destiny.   
    I am disturbed at my comrades' failure to raise above narrow caste interests which are alien to the interests of society at large.  Yes, the theatre can play an enormous part in the transformation of the whole of existence." 

-Vsevolod Meyerhold

A melange of pictures from our 2005 productions

Year:   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Cappacino!
Actor Jamie Todd Hamilton* plays a very foul-mouthed founding father in "George" -- one of five plays presented at part of the showcase SUBVERSIVE SHORTS 2005 in November at Rust Belt Books.

Hey Big Spender:
Lovely actors Tanya Shaffer* (left) and Elizabeth Oddy (right) play two jaded whores in our staged reading of Irwin Shaw's BURY THE DEAD in the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo as part of the international "Bury the Dead Project" on September 19, 2005.

On the Road Again:
The ensemble of Kurt Schneiderman's 
MOTHER DIS-COURAGE turn to address the audience in the Players' Loft in Greenwich Village as part of our international tour of "infringement" Festivals in Montreal, Buffalo, and New York City throughout the summer of 2005.
From left to right: Jamie Todd Hamilton* as Paul McCartney, Keith Elkins* as Bertolt Brecht, Sarah Orloff* as Britney Spears, Michael Karr as John Lennon, and Mary Moebius* as Mother Dis-Courage.

May Day 2005:
Actors David Granville* (left) and Kathleen Betsko-Yale (right) make up just a fraction of the cast of Bertolt Brecht's THE MOTHER for our 2005 May Day staged reading at TheaterLoft.

* = indicates members of the Subversive Theatre Collective

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