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?!: New Works 2024 – Night 9

April 18

$20 – $50

The Brick presents
?!: New Works 2024 – Night 9
featuring  Charlie Chauca, Kristen Hoffman, & Sofiya Lopez, Mars Garcia, Mack Lawrence, Camille Simone Thomas
April 18, 2024

The spiritual successor to The Exponential Festival?!:New Works features a veritable slew of experiment(al)(ing) artists from a variety of disciplines presenting brand new work. Working it out. With each other. With you.

ME+YOU&FISH4YOU by Charlie Chauca, Kristen Hoffman, Sofiya Lopez – April 18 & 23

Devised by Charlie Chauca, Kristen Hoffman, Sofiya Lopez

Costumes by Izzy McClelland

Music from Catfish & The Bottlmen

Find them: @Charliechauca, @thekristenhoffman, @xx.punkp0lyp0ckt

[REDACTED] at birth – Excerpt 1 by Mars Garcia – April 18 & 19

Get out of your seat, label me baby, come on I’m waiting. Come closer honey and smell my green tuft of hair. Can’t you tell what I am? Don’t take too long to decide, the show must go on.

Mars Garcia: Movement Director, Performer, Costume Designer

Alexander Millar: Sound Designer, Performer

Lead Image Artist & Photographer: Mars Garcia

Production Assistant/Usher: Uila Marx

cw: gender violence, cissexism

Accessibility Note: performance includes invitation to come down to the stage space (optional).

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: The image is a hand drawing by Mars Garcia. Two translucent papers, tinted lime green, are layered and display swirling black ink. A thick marker was used to draw two hands on the back-most paper, reaching skyward out from behind the edge of the foremost paper. The rest of the thick ink is a blurry array of diagonal curves, shadowed behind the foremost layer of connected thin lines. The foremost drawing features looping arches, jags, and corners to resemble a hand, an oval head, eye brows, a mouth, and a torso. Four hole punches in the middle of the head resemble eyes, and shine a lighter green than the rest of the image. From a distance these details are less distinct, and the image resembles 2 young trees, with 5 branches each, growing out of a whirling green tornado.

Find them: @marsgarcia_works; marsgarcia.com

Dinner by Mack Lawrence – April 16 & 18

What the fuck happened to Jo, and can you see this growth in the back of my throat?
Four friends try to have a dinner party after Jo up and ghosted the squad. A queer multimodal devised performance. *Contains gluten.

Written by Mack Lawrence

Co-directed by Mack Lawrence + Logan gabrielle Schulman

Performed by Raychel Ceciro, Murphy Severtson, Lulu West, and Kayla White

Find them: @macklaw_ macklawmacklaw.com @schul.mmm loganschulman.net

Sweetblood by Camille Simone Thomas – April 16 & 18

Today I’m presenting music from my play in progress Sweetblood

Sweetblood follows three free Jamaican Maroon women in 1727 as they struggle to thrive in a world that will soon endure hundreds of years of chattel slavery due to the emerging sugar revolution. As the British forces approach relentlessly they must decide what they are willing to do to survive the encroaching invasion of their land, how far they are willing to go to fight against the disease of colonialism, and what it really means to be a revolutionary.

Written by Camille Simone Thomas
Songs Composed by Camille Simone Thomas
Songs Transcribed by Can Yassar
Daryl Bright Clay
Jaida Mae
Music Director: Danyele James 
Director: Raecine Singletary 

Find them: @Camille4reelcamillesthomas.com


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A Note on Accessibility: The Brick has trigger warnings posted in the space for each show for you to check if you so choose. If you would rather ask questions in advance of being in the space or would like to enter in advance of house opening due to our seating not being assigned, please reach out to theresa@bricktheater.com.

Mask Policy: The Brick strongly encourages but does not require masks for audience members. We are in ongoing conversation with our artists and audiences as we continue to adapt our covid policies and it is subject to change at any time. Thank you.


April 18
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$20 – $50


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579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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