Hangar AIRS: Goldberg & Jungr

February 11, 2020 @ 5:30 pm

February 11, Hangar AIRS with Andy Goldberg and Barbara Jungr, playwrights of The Ballad Of Norah’s Ark.

Join us for a conversation with the playwright, followed by a reading.

5:30 p.m. at the Hangar Theatre

Facebook event page can be found HERE.

About Barb:
Barb Jungr is an acclaimed award winning singer, writer and performer. Known internationally for her jazz and cabaret solo work particularly interpreting the works of Bob Dylan, Jacques Brel and Leonard Cohen. Her musical theatre work for adults and children includes – for The Little Angel Theatre The Fabulous Flutterbys (book, music and songs), she co-adapted We’re Going On A Bear Hunt and The Singing Mermaid and wrote songs and music for both. For Polka Theatre she wrote lyrics and music for How To Hide a Lion, she was composer and lyricist for Michael Rosen’s Chocolate Cake which she co-adapted. In 2018 she was lyricist and co-writer of Liver Birds Flying Home for The Royal Court, Liverpool. In 2019/2020 she was co-writer, composer and lyricist for The Pixie and The Pudding for The Little Angel Theatre. For more information www.barbjungr.co.uk
About Andrew:
Andrew Goldberghas directed classical works, new plays, and musicals all over the world. For over five years he was the Associate Artistic Director of The New Group. He is also the founder of The Shakespeare Gym, a laboratory for physical and vocal acting approaches to Shakespeare. He is also a founding member of The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure, a performance art group that creates large-scale, community-based, performance adventure for one audience member at a time. He holds an MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts from Brooklyn College and is currently completing his Ph.D. in Theatre at the CUNY Graduate Center.
About AIRS:
Artist In Residency Series
AIRS provides artists with time and space to imagine, create, and write. We invite an audience in at the end of the residency to share an excerpt of the work and to engage in a conversation with the artist about their future goals and vision. AIRS artists are frequently guests to our community, bringing new perspectives and fresh ideas to the greater Ithaca area.

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