“We’re down so deep. I doubt screaming would much matter.”

Written by Mark Schulz

Directed by Julián J. Mesri


  • Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 7:00pm

Language: English

Location: IATI Theater (64 E. 4th St. NYC 10003)

Website: FaceBook Event


At times of great upheaval in our lives--during events that crack us wide open--we suddenly get a unique perspective on our past. Has the sum of our experiences been a long battle between opposing parts of our self? Who won? Why? At what cost? Slipspace is an exploration of that turmoil through the story of a young artist struggling to make sense of personal tragedy. It is one part homage to the theatre itself as a medium of vulnerability and enduring vitality. It is another part debate about why we often choose an easier path. Slipspace strives to ask "Where are the guide lines between freedom and indulgence, dreams and practicality, weakness and strength? How do we redraw those lines when tragedy compels us to do so?"

About the Playwright:

Mark Schulz is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where he attended the Playwrights Horizons Theater School. He has appeared as an actor on stage, TV, and in digital media. Mark continues acting study as a member of Larry Singer Studios. Slipspace represents his return to playwriting. His other works include Trash, Monsters Mine, and I Said I Wouldn’t Eat You which was recently produced by The Poet Acts Inc. His new piece, The Words I Couldn’t Say is still in development.

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Oscar Cabrera
David Crommett
Alfredo De Quesada
Shayna Levine
Stefan Martin

Access to the Reading:

$5 suggested donation–the wine is on us.