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?!: New Works 2023 – Night 12

Graham Techler, James LaBella, Madeleine Yu-Phelps, Nathan Repasz

April 19

$20 – $50

The Brick presents
?!: New Works 2023 – Night 12
featuring Graham Techler, James LaBella, Madeleine YuPhelps, Nathan Repasz
April 19, 2023

Hosted by Peter Mills Weiss

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.


Lane Gaullson’s Revenge
by Graham Techler

Lane Gaullson was once Broadway’s most lauded playwright. Now, he stews in his apartment, planning the ultimate revenge on the American theatre that excommunicated him.

Written & Performed by Graham Techler
Directed by Skylar Fox
Poster by Dylan Balliett


The Curator
by James LaBella

The Curator is a story about me and a decision I made. A warped confessional. A radically self-critical interrogation of Gen Z’s relationship to censorship and art made about the AIDS Epidemic.

With help from Travis Amiel, Matthew Antoci, and Meaghan Robichaud
Photo by David Bruin; Design by James La Bella

Find them: Jameslabella.com / @James.La.Bella

CW: Brief mentions of violence, grooming; discussion of sexual acts, HIV/AIDS

Ǝverything Okay
by Madeleine Yu-Phelps

A family relocates to Mars to avoid all the problems they face on Earth. They soon realize that it is too late to outrun them as the issues faced on Earth will travel with them until they are properly addressed.

Playwright: Madeleine Yu-Phelps
Director: Nathan Lanum
Tina: Mia Vongsavang
Leslie: Emily Savona
Keith: Dylan Lee
Gail: Madeleine Yu-Phelps
Mark: Keith Beck
Julian: Charlie Razhanskiy
Casting Directors: Jesse Ciron and Avery Durbin

follow them: @everythingokay
cw: flashing lights, mention of mass tragedy and gun violence

Lecture on Something
by Nathan Repasz

Nathan Repasz will deliver a “Lecture on Something,” a vacuously futile engagement with John Cage’s “Lecture on Nothing” (1959). Cage’s original work reflects a deep ethos of stillness and contemplation; this lecture will reflect our current ethos of frenetic, bureaucratic, nonsensical, manically serpentine frenzy. The work will present a conceptual foray into linguo-percussive situationism, nonsensical phenomenology, and the liminal space of fundamental misunderstanding, dancing around sense, but never finding footing.

Created by Performed by Nathan Repasz

follow them: www.nathanrepasz.com , IG: @the1truegoiter

cw: flashing lights

photo credit: Simon Riker

Lineups are subject to change.

Art by Mark Toneff


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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.

In consideration for the health and safety or our staff members, artists, and audiences, The Brick remains committed to maintaining vaccination requirements and mask mandates for our in-person presentations for the foreseeable future. We ask that all audience members remain masked. All staff and performers will be vaccinated; performers may not be masked. Audience can provide proof of vaccination with a government issued I.D. along with a physical copy or picture of your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, the NYC COVID Safe App or the New York State Excelsior Pass. Please be patient with staff.


April 19, 2023
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$20 – $50


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