A newly founded educational children's theater company, committed to empowering, educating, and entertaining our audiences. We hope that by presenting productions that challenge normative thinking and look at the world outside the box, we will ignite imaginations and encourage creative exploration for children and adults alike!
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written by and starring Arif Silverman
directed by Susanna Wolk
CONSTELLARIUM deals with themes of diversity, history and power. For thousands of years, the planet Constellarium has served as a sanctuary planet for those whose worlds have been destroyed. Now, after Earth's destruction, humankind finds themselves on Constellarium, having been rescued by President Falco, Constellarium's ninth president. There, the people of Earth must come to terms their new world: the other races with whom they share the planet; the untapped, potentially dangerous powers of the planet's leaders; what they can do differently to make sure they don't make the same mistakes that brought them here.
CONSTELLARIUM will run at The Access Theater as part of the Access Association Series Friday, February 2 - Sunday, February 18. The show schedule is Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm and 8pm, and Sundays at 2pm. Weekend matinees are followed by an optional workshop.
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Meet the Cast & Crew HERE
Help support Rebel Playhouse's second season!
Last year we produced five runs of three shows, commissioned and work-shopped a brand new musical, offered camps and classes at The Tank, The Brooklyn Free School, Edamama, and Sanctuary for Families, and were nominated for two New York Innovative Theatre Awards!
This season we're producing Constellarium at Access Theater, continuing to workshop a new musical, and continuing to offer camps and classes to NYC kids. We need your help to make this happen.
With your help we've raised 75% of our $5,000 goal, but we need your help to cross the finish line and raise the remaining $1200. Will you help us achieve our goal so we can continue to offer high quality performances for children and classes that promote creative growth?