AFTERPARTY: The Rothko Studio 2019 production. The dancer/waiters serve audience memebers dinner at a long table, as seen from above in the mezzanine.


What's Peculiar now...

directed by Nathaniel P. Claridad and Kim Krane
Mon - Wed, December 5-7, 2022 at 7:00pm
Outlandish conspiracies, anti-government rhetoric, and Shakespeare collide in this work-in-progress showing of a project we first presented in 1996.

FREEDOM'S LAST STAND: Image of a cabin in the woods seen through a sniper's night scope.

PLEASE NOTE: Because Arts On Site is an intimate space and the actors will move among the audience, masks are required for the performance. Running time: approx. 60 minutes.

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Peculiar Works Project was founded by Ralph Lewis, Catherine Porter and Barry Rowell to create original performances that are accessible and engaging for diverse audiences. Using various artistic disciplines in unique combinations, we challenge the conventions and clichés of alternative theater. From initial concept to full production, PWP encourages collaboration, experimentation and a rebel spirit in creative artists by providing the tools and opportunities to realize their artistic goals.

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