Third Law

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Third Law

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MITU580 580 Sackett Street #Unit A Brooklyn, NY 11217

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Third Law is an interactive theatrical experience, designed to maximize audience agency in the creative process and bring them into the heart of artmaking. Through game theory and theatrical techniques, the audience has the unique opportunity to shape the world of the play, collaborating with the artists and with each other to co-create a performance that can only happen live, in person, and in space together. Using text by playwright Arun Welandawe-Prematilleke, Third Law brings us back to live theatre together in a visceral, fun, and exciting way.

This experience will last around 30 minutes. Please plan to arrive at the theater at least 10 minutes prior to your performance time.

Each Pay-What-You-Can ticket is only good for one attendee. Please book additional tickets for each person in your party.

There will be no late entry. If you arrive late, you may be able to join a later show, capacity pending.

Directed by

Coral Cohen

Devised & Performed by

Shani Bekt

Sam Hood Adrain

Megan Mariko Boggs

Pablo Calderón-Santiago

James Clements

Melannie Vásquez Lara

Lighting Design by

Jacqueline Scaletta

Sound & Video Design by

Cosette Pin

Set Design by

Jessica Cancino

Stage Managed by

Herbert Welch

Source Text by

Arun Welandawe-Prematilleke

Produced by:

What Will the Neighbors Say?

This project was made possible with support from the Puffin Foundation, the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund and the NYSCA-A.R.T./New York Creative Opportunity Fund (A Statewide Regranting Program). This work is developed, in part, with support from Theater Mitu’s Artists-At-Home Program.

The Neighbors would like to thank our brilliant community here in Brooklyn for their patience as we return to in-person programming after three years. What a gift! Additional thanks to FRIGID New York, C. Oyama, Eric Schaum, Bailey Nassetta, Karina Pop, Thalia Romina, Meera Dugal, Sayantee Sahoo, Rajiv Shah, Emily Harney, Justin Nestor, Ruben Polendo, Theater Mitu, and Issac Newton.

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All audience members will be required to wear a mask while in the space.