A Female Gaze in 3 Absurdist Films with Prologue, Interludes, & Epilogue

Movie Night at wild project in 3d type!
presents a Peculiar Works Project

Thursday - Saturday, July 13, 14, 15, 2023

THE HARE TRILOGY Three Short Absurdist Films: Intuitive Leap, Language Games, Animal Magnetism, written by Barbara Yoshida and directed by Ralph Lewis

All Showtimes: 7:10pm
Concessions Open: 6:30pm
Running Time: 85 minutes
Address: 195 East 3rd Street, in NYC's East Village (map it)

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A special preview of our latest pandemic project – 3 years in the making – this unique experiment in theatrical filmmaking takes on systemic masculinity with a winking female gaze.

Sheela:  Maria Isabella Rojas*
Manny:  Spencer Gonzalez
Stage Manager:  Fiona Hansen
Director:  Ralph Lewis
Writer  Barbara Yoshida
Lighting Designer:  David Castaneda
Projection Designer:  Massimiliano DiMartino
Screen Consultant:  Anna Kiraly
Screen Maker:  Grace Meredith Martin
Mask Maker:  Michelle Beshaw
Audio Assistance:  Harrison Adams
Location Managers:  Chris Moseley, wild project
Producers:  Ralph Lewis, Barbara Yoshida, Catherine Porter & Barry Rowell

Set in different, imagined worlds and woven together with shared plot lines and characters, THE HARE TRILOGY scrutinizes philosophy, myth, science, and language through a feminist lens, investigating changes in today’s male-female dynamics. INTUITIVE LEAP conjures a mythical hare-woman to confront a desperate man’s superiority complex; LANGUAGE GAMES pits a young woman against three great thinkers from history over a mahjong table; and ANIMAL MAGNETISM catches a famous hunter in the crosshairs of a young activist.

*Equity Member appearing with permission of Actors’ Equity Association without benefit of an Equity contract in this Off-Off Broadway production.

New York State Council on the Arts and NYC Department of Cultural Affairs logosOur Peculiar Works projects are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and private funds from the Mental Insight Foundation, as well as our many, wonderful, individual donors.