Anthroposophy New York City has a calendar full of great events for April, and this one particularly deserves your attention. From the publicity:
A one-person telling of the epic tale from Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s narrative poems about the Arthurian legend, “The Idylls of the King.” After the 45-minute performance, there will be a half hour of music.
Third Wheel Collective is “a collaboration-based theater company that works within the medium of performance to explore, elucidate, and further develop a compassionate and holistic view of the world, the human journey, and art.”
Séamus Maynard graduated from Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, after training intensively in the Michael Chekhov Technique for several years. Séamus writes music and performs with The Living Roots Trio; he co-founded Quiet in the Head with Jonathan Talbott, an ensemble that composes and performs original, instrumental music for violin and guitar.
Meaghan Witri is
an actor, director, and musician with a degree in Theatre/Performance and English Studies from Muhlenberg College. Among many stage roles she played the title role in the Actors’ Ensemble workshop production of Antigone by Jean Anouilh. Meaghan tours internationally as a soprano soloist performing in cathedrals and sacred spaces, and sings folk music with Séamus.