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In Performance: Radiohole – Whatever, Heaven Allows at PS122 (NYC)

In Performance: Radiohole – Whatever, Heaven Allows at PS122 (NYC)

Radiohole
Whatever, Heaven Allows
February 20 – March 14, 2010
Performance Space 122, NYC

Known for its radical and reckless theatricality, avant-garde New York troupe Radiohole’s newest work is a star-spangled American meta-melodrama inspired by film director Douglas Sirk’s 1950s potboilers and Milton’s epic Paradise Lost. Our heroine is an all- American “Eve” who must save her home from an evil-doer while struggling to find fulfillment in a lasting relationship with a supposedly good man who looks like god. Radiohole’s newest synthesis of cultural flotsam is sure to be bawdy, silly, possibly transcendent, and a touch disturbed.

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