Evolutionary Tales—Canterbury Tales Remixed

Starts
Sunday, June 23rd 2013 at 5:00 pm
Ends
Saturday, June 22nd 2013 at 7:00 pm
Location
The Players Theatre - 115 Macdougal Street, Manhattan

Canterbury Tales Remixed brings you a collection of the world’s best-loved stories, supplementing Chaucer’s masterful character-driven Tales with artful re-tellings of the epics of Beowulf and Gilgamesh. The evolution of storytelling!

Evolutionary Tales is a Hip-Hop Theater Cycle written and performed by Baba Brinkman. The cycle will be running all month, but we will be getting together this weekend to see the show and discuss afterwards. After Friday's showing of Ingenious Nature we will meet with Baba Brinkman himself to chat!

CFI-NYC friends and members get a 50% discount off REGULAR seats with the discount code SKEPTIC:

Here for all three shows
Here
for Ingenious Nature 6/21 8pm
Here for Rap Guide to Evolution 6/22 8pm
Here for Canterbury Tales 6/23 5pm

Please note: the discount is applicable to any available date if you can't join us this particular weekend, but would still like to see the shows!

Email nyc@centerforinquiry.net with any questions.

 

More about Evolutionary Tales:
SoHo Playhouse Inc. presents Evolutionary Tales: A Hip-Hop Theatre Cycle at The Players Theatre playing May 31 through June 23. Written and performed by Baba Brinkman, the Canadian rap artist and inventor of a new hybrid form of theatre: part hip-hop concert, part stand up comedy, and part TED Talk. Evolutionary Tales: A Hip-Hop Theatre Cycle consists of Brinkman’s three hit shows, Ingenious Nature, The Rap Guide To Evolution, and The Canterbury Tales Remixed, celebrating the evolutionary view of life in its endless forms.

With original music and live turntablism by UK DJ Jamie Simmonds, these three shows uniquely engage with great scientists and authors, as well as today’s hip-hop megastars, smoothly merging history’s most important ideas and stories with comedy, theatre, and lyricism. Together, they launch the world’s first ever hip-hop theatre cycle.