News: Sour Grapes Productions' "Silent But Deadly: A Mime Experience" Goes Monthly at UNDER St. Marks

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Sour Grapes Productions has announced that its show Silent But Deadly: A Mime Experience, will now be playing permanently in UNDER St. Marks Theater (94 St. Marks Place, New York, NY, 10009) on the first Thursday of every month at 10:30pm, as part of FRIGID NY's monthly lineup. 

Silent But Deadly, created by Chris Weigandt and Genny Yosco and directed by Yosco, is described by Yosco as "a mixture of dance, clown, and mime, all with the intent to make audiences laugh without any of us having to learn our lines - I mean, er - using body language? Yeah, that's it, body language. Artsy stuff like that. Using our head, shoulders, knees, and toes, we'll be contorting and wiggling into your hearts and nightmares." The company features artists Leyla A, Dorie Casper, Danny Epstein, David Yurch, Ellen Ko, Saturday Lawson, Hadas Pacholder, Katherine Yacko, and Genny Yosco, with special guests every month.

Co-founder of Sour Grapes Productions Genny Yosco has currently directed 28 productions in New York, 20 of which have been original works, and she and Weigandt recently completed a run of the Midsummer Night's Dream adaptation Go Puck Yourself: A Shakesqueer Comedy at the 2019 Midsummer Nights Festival held at the Kraine Theater, which was called “expertly done” and “a joy to behold” by Hi! Drama, and “a resonant analogy of queer oppression” with “laugh-out-loud physical comedy” by Thinking Theater NYC.

The first performance of Silent But Deadly in its new home takes place on September 5th at 10:30pm.

Tickets are available online at tinyurl.com/sbdmime

Ticket Price: $12, $10 with code SGP

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