Dream Up Festival 2013

The Goldfish/Le Poisson Rouge title

– World Premiere

 


Written by: Samantha Grassian.

Directed and Designed by: Roxane Revon, assisted by Sara Jecko.

Dances choreographed by: Zilong Pu.

Produced by: Lauren Rayner Productions.


On New Year’s Eve, two blonds, childhood best friends, Perrine and Lisa, hit a young man with their car while driving to a friend’s party. Not knowing what to do with the body, they take it back to Lisa’s apartment until they find a solution to get rid of it. In other word, take two blonds, a dead man walking and dancing, a goldfish found ‘belly up’, and you will end up with a recipe for disaster.

 

Community Theater

Showtimes:


Sunday - September 1 - 8pm
Monday - September 2 - 6:30pm
Wednessday - September 4 - 9pm
Friday - September 6 - 9pm
Sunday - September 8 - 8pm






Running time: The Goldfish/Le Poisson Rouge is 65 Minutes $15.

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Samantha Grassian (Author) Samantha Grassian trained as an actor and singer at the “Ateliers du Sapajou”, a school founded by Annie Noël Reggiani. In France, she worked with several professional theater companies and played in plays by Molière, Laurent Gaudet, Sergi Belbel, Stephanie Benson ... etc.. Also a singer / songwriter / performer Samantha sang her compositions with her group Pandore at festivals and jazz cafés, such as the Solidays Nancyphonies or Le Baiser Salé and MCM Café. One of her songs "Plume ou Enclume" (Feather or Anvil) was selected by Vergin Record to be part of a compilation of female artists. Passionate about writing, Samantha has taken playwriting courses with Laurent Gaudet at the University of Censier Daubenton and earned a degree in Translations at SUNY New Paltz. Since her arrival in NY in 2005, she has worked primarily as a voice over artist and has lent her voice to Facebook, Stella Artois, PBS Kids, Discovery Channel, Avaaz, and many more.

Roxane Revon (Director)
Roxane studied philosophy at La Sorbonne University and theater at ATQL (Paris) and HB Studio (NYC). She acted in L’Hôtel du libre échange by G. Feydeau with ATQL co. in Paris. Now based in New York, she has matured significant experience as an intern with "the Play Company" and director with "Roots and Wings Co", with whom she presented Two shall meet and Le Menteur for the “Duct Tape and a Dream Festival”. She also assisted directors for Operas: Knud Adams (Carmen) with "Dell’Arte Opera Co" and Heidi Lauren Duke (Butterfly’s Trouble). As an actress, she recently performed in Keep Calm and Carry On (Ophelia) directed by Knud Adams, Huis Clos (Inès) directed by Roxane Revon, and in the film I as in Island direct by Estelle Artus.



 

 

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