The Tragedy Of Maria Macabre
at La MaMa
Maria Macabre is resurrected!!! Come see the Tragedy of Maria Macabre for a one-night only presentation at La MaMa.ETC for Howl Festival in association with the Actor's Fund.
Tickets are $15.00 and can be purchased at: https://web.ovationtix.com/
Proceeds go to Howl Help.
“The Tragedy of Maria Macabre brought a group of zany characters in front of the audience to tell a visually stunning tale of disillusion.” Michael Roderick, Broadway World
“The space illuminates with the gothic contortions of Klein’s company.”
Rachel Simhon, The Avant Guardian
Starring the exquisite talents of: Elizabeth Stewart, Michael Porsche, Danielle Marie Fusco, Preston Burger, Megan O'Connor, Eric Schmalenberger, Freddy Mancilla, Brian Rubiano, and special guest starring as Maria Macabre the Love Show's Angela Harriell.
After debuting out new show Symphony of Shadows, at Dixon Place last June (to critical acclaim)
the Rachel Klein Theater Ensemble is proud to revive their silent skeleton opus, The Tragedy of Maria Macabre. Join Maria Macabre on her journey through a kaleidoscopic carnival of horrors!
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The Howl Emergency Life Project was created to provide emergency financial assistance and social service support to artists who have participated in the annual Howl Festival or who make their careers in New York City's East Village and Lower East Side arts community and whose work challenges the traditional boundaries of dance, theatre, music, multimedia and the spoken word.
Services include counseling and referrals for personal, family or work-related problems. Linkage to community resources for such needs as medical care, legal services, public benefits or elder care. Workshops are offered on a variety of topics and include: finding affordable housing, financial education as well as health insurance options.
Financial assistance is available for rent, utilities, mental health and medical care as well as other basic living expenses. Grants are approved on a case-by-case basis based on need.
Photos by Michael Blase.