ANN MARIE DORR AND PAUL KETCHUM

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ANN MARIE DORR AND PAUL KETCHUM

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Good and Noble Beings

Good and Noble Beings is part philosophy class, part cooking show, part re-enactment of our excruciating romantic heartbreaks, and part elementary school movie day, created to make a heady philosophical book understandable for everyone.

Good and Noble Beings is an adaptation of one of the seminal works of late-20th century philosophy: A Thousand Plateaus by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari. A Thousand Plateaus is a work that hopes to define the philosophy of the nomad, the person who wanders and creates meaning as they go. Ironically, for a book so concerned with meaning, it is persistently unintelligible. We’re here to help with that.

You will laugh, you will cry, but most importantly, you’ll see bonkers philosophical concepts become pure comprehensible hilarity.

Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 6:00PM

NACL Theatre

110 Highland Lake Rd - Highland Lake, NY 12743

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See the show for $12, or pay $32 and stay for a Salon Supper with the artists, catered by Cafe Adella Dori

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Ann Marie Dorr often works on big-little shows with adventurous and ambitious ideas including her explorations of Eugene O’Neill’s Beyond the Horizon (Target Margin Theater Lab at The Brick), William Burke’s Untitled American Flag Craft Project, and Landspace Mechanical by Sarah Loucks (Museum of Human Achievement, Austin TX). She is a proud Associated Artist of Target Margin Theater and a long time collaborator with Minor Theater. Check out ANN MARIE DORR’S website

Paul Ketchum is a playwright and performer. You may have seen his plays the Harper’s Play at JACK, the Dangers of Croquet at the Bushwick Starr Reading Series, or various iterations of his How To Series (w/ Ann Marie Dorr). Paul also once ate an onion on stage while handing out very nice scotch. He has performed in plays by Ari Stess, Jordan Baum, and Stephen Charles Smith. He has forgotten everything he learned in his MFA program (Brooklyn College).