Piper McKenzie Productions and The Brick Theater, Inc. present

 
     

Based on characters created by
JASON ROBERT BELL, SHOSHANNA WEINBERGER and BRITTON WALTERS
Story by JASON ROBERT BELL and BRITTON WALTERS
Book by JEFF LEWONCZYK
Music by DEBBY SCHWARTX
Lyrics by DEBBY SCHWARTZ and JEFF LEWONCZYK

Directed by JEFF LEWONCZYK

 

STARRING
Jason Robert Bell, Hope Cartelli, Jorge Cordova*, Kevin Draine*,
Chris Harcum*, Ian W. Hill*, Devon Ludlow, and Robin Reed
(* Denotes member of AEA)


Art Direction by JASON ROBERT BELL
Costume Design by JULZ KROBOTH
Lighting Design by JAMES BEDELL
Co-Executive Producer: SHOSHANNA WEINBERGER

     

Set in the fictional city of Monumenta, ADVENTURES OF CAVEMAN ROBOT pesents a fully realized alternate reality for the stage.  After a punishing battle with the wildly unpredictable Ape Lincoln (a hulking ex-President from a strange simian dimension), Cavey and his minders – Professor Tuttlwell and his niece Megan – find themselves the focus of a master plot bringing together the cream of Monumenta’s villainous talent pool, featuring such characters as Burn-Out (a former hippie turned flame-throwing rebel), Colonel 3headedspacepony (a Nazi SS officer whose brain has been transferred to the body of a penguin) and Cavey’s arch-nemesis, Dr. John Zarathustra, D.D.S.  As the chaos mounts – through song, dance, and video – only the sad-sack everyman Loser Pete holds the power to save Cavey from a vicious fate…

The joint effort of a veritable battalion of actors, visual artists, videographers, animators and musicians, ADVENTURES OF CAVEMAN ROBOT is the latest and largest exponent of a ten-year cultural mini-empire comprising comic books, paintings, sculpture, and films.  Since his creation in 1995, Caveman Robot has intrigued thousands of readers and viewers with his strangely archetypal blend of the primitive and the futuristic. With multiple appearances at the San Diego Comic Convention, (which led to a title as Best New Oddball Comic Book for 2004), as well as outings at art galleries, public events and variety shows around New York, this techno-Neanderthal man-child presents a compelling, three-dimensional image of man’s deeply conflicted nature – plus he’s funny!

 

575 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg
L to Lorimer, G to Metropolitan

 
April 8 – May 13, 2006
Thursday-Saturday at 8pm
Tickets: $15
For reservations, call 718-907-3457