Scenes from Chaos Manor Workshop

Last week we workshopped Chaos Manor again in Brooklyn.  This time it happened in the offices of A Public Space (much thanks to Brigid Hughes).  We made some headway toward creating an audio-visual narrative for the September 16-17 performances at the Invisible Dog, to be part of the Brooklyn Book Festival.  But there’s more ground to cover.  We’ll workshop again in mid-August at Invisible Dog.  The collective approach of this group continues to be inspiring and fulfilling.  Here are a few photographs from the week by Kate Joyce.

Clockwise from top-center: Frank Kimbrough, Jason Goodman, Chris McElroen, Julia Watt, Lucy Owen, Conrad Kluck, Jaymes Jorsling, Hank Stephenson, Brian Coats, Sam Stephenson

Clockwise from top-center: Frank Kimbrough, Jason Goodman, Chris McElroen, Julia Watt, Lucy Owen, Conrad Kluck, Jaymes Jorsling, Hank Stephenson, Brian Coats, Sam Stephenson

Chris McElroen, Lucy Owen, a 1962 Ford truck parked there appropriately all week

Chris McElroen, Lucy Owen, a 1962 Ford truck parked appropriately there on Dean St. all week

L-R: Jaymes Jorslin, Conrad Kluck, Hank Stephenson, Brian Coats

L-R: Jaymes Jorslin, Conrad Kluck, Hank Stephenson, Brian Coats

Chris, Julia, Lucy, and the ever-present Smith in the photograph by Harold Feinstein on the book page

Chris, Julia, Lucy

Chris, Julia, Lucy

Chris, Julia, Lucy

Sam, Chris, and the truck on Dean St.

Sam, Chris, and the truck on Dean St.

-S.S.

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