Keelie A.Sheridan

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'Journal of My Other Self' audition- Hamlet from 'Hamletmachine'

No Answer, Nothing

I should have written this sooner.

I’ve already forgotten

Things about you that are probably important

To note

To you

To me.

As I try to sculpt you out of candy wrappers

Lotto tickets

Socks

Templeton’s pile, please give me a moment. 

I must have something here…

Tight tunneled warning on the icebox local red to the only other person talking. He’s asking for money and you’re not impressed.

'Dont give me your shit.'

I won’t. 

The train is so full that the slow crest of people shifting out of your arm’s reach seem impossible. They fill in the spaces like smoke and stand clear of the struggling thinker.

'You're a smart person, aren't ya?'

I really wish you wouldn’t sit so close to that woman. Your aggression comes in waves, it seems. 

'What are you studying?

Tell me.

Tell me.’

I would like to talk to you

But I think your listener has grown shut.

I’m very sorry about that.

I’m sure it had to-

People can be horrible if you can hear them.

"Chinese. Japanese. Filipino. Explain. 

I’m from Hawaii. Where you from, sista?”

I say a silent prayer that my listener always works. 

'You.

You.

Hello?

WHAT. ARE. YOU. STUDYING?

No answer.

Nothing.

Shit. Shit.

Good BYE.’

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The past month we have been working to bring the madness of Heiner Müller’s Hamlet to life in an interactive installation with a delightfully twisted ensemble cast of five and a team of talented designers.

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You are invited to attend Heiner Müller’s Hamletmachine directed by Dara Malina at Schapiro Studio Theatre at Columbia University. 

The past month we have been working to bring the madness of Heiner Müller’s Hamlet to life in an interactive installation with a delightfully twisted ensemble cast of five and a team of talented designers.

The weekend of April 11th-13th we’re rolling out the Welcome mat and would like to invite you into our world. Showings at 7:30, 8 & 8:30p on Friday & Saturday, 1, 1:30 & 2p on Sunday.

Please follow the link posted below to make a reservation, e-mail hamletmachine2014@gmail.com with any questions.

What’s your revolution?

Hamletmachine- Reserve a Free Seat ASAP!


You are invited to attend Heiner Müller’s Hamletmachine directed by Dara Malina at Schapiro Studio Theatre at Columbia University. 

The past month we have been working to bring the madness of Heiner Müller’s Hamlet to life in an interactive installation with a delightfully twisted ensemble cast of five and a team of talented designers.

The weekend of April 11th-13th we’re rolling out the Welcome mat and would like to invite you into our world. Showings at 7:30, 8 & 8:30p on Friday & Saturday, 1, 1:30 & 2p on Sunday.

Please follow the link posted below to make a reservation, e-mail hamletmachine2014@gmail.com with any questions.

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Create the things you wish existed. 

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“Is it thy will thy image should keep open
My heavy eyelids to the weary night?
Dost thou desire my slumbers should be broken,
While shadows like to to thee do mock my sight?
Is it thy spirit thou sendst from thee
So far from home into my deeds to pry,
To find out shames and idle hours in me,
The scope and tenor of thy jealousy?
O, no! thy love, though much, is not so great:
It is my love that keeps mine eye awake;
Mine own true love that doth my rest defeat,
To play the watchman ever for thy sake:
For thee watch I whilst thou dost wake elsewhere,
From me far off, with others all too near.”

—   William Shakespeare (Sonnet 61)