Of all the photo submissions, this is one of the silliest (and definitely one of my favorites). Christopher from New York Neo-Futurists sent over this wonderful photo to demonstrate how they are using a TV for the development of their new piece, a sequel to their hit show The Complete & Condensed Stage Directions of Eugene O’Neill, Volume 1: Early Plays / Lost Plays. The first volume received very rave reviews and ran again just last weekend. Keep an eye out for the sequel, and in the meantime consider viewing their work Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind in which 30 plays are performed in 60 minutes. This work can be seen at the Kraine Theater and tickets can be purchased at their website. In the meantime feel free to just look at the picture and smile at how great it is, which is what I’ve been doing for the past 5 mintues.
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