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Paper Kraine (IN)Human - A Benefit for the Natural Resource Defense Council

  • Kraine Theater 85 East 4th Street New York, NY, 10003 United States (map)

The community surrounding the Paper Kraine is vibrant, welcoming, and action-oriented. To honor that drive, this season, Paper Kraine is giving back. Each month, work will be curated along a different social focus corresponding with a donation of 1/3rd of ticket sales to an organization doing work in line with the theme. In March, Paper Kraine artists will tackle ecological justice, the intersection of human, animal, android, and a potential posthuman future.

This month’s Paper Kraine benefits the Natural Resource Defense Council. The NRDC is a New York City-based environmental justice and defense group. Their recent legal and social efforts include speaking out against unqualified EPA candidates, legal and civil advocacy for clean drinking water in Flint and other marginalized communities, and preventing invasion of sacred indigenous spaces including work to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. Learn more about their mission online at nrdc.org.

What does it look like when human and non-human worlds collide? Let’s find out. 

Our Acts this month include;

"Teeth" by Max Reuben and Directed by Liz Banks featuring Adrian Frimmyand Sarah Wilhelm

Long Distance by Carrie Griffin and Sara Katherine

PopPunk Speaks Where a Clown Cannot: A Recycled Love Story byAmanda Melhuish

The Unfathomable Blue, written by Hannah Vaughn

Posthuman Improvisation by Manta Ray Police Force featuring Katherine AilshireCody Nash EdwardsMateo ErvinConner Thunder Skinner,Harrison Wilkie and Lizzy Ana Lincoln under the direction of Jason Boxer

Character work by Harry T Gensemer

Willie Zabar as Heimi Vilhelm

Artist Curation- Lizzy Ana LincolnJonathan King and Dani Turner
Company Management- Anika Wynne Payne
Production Manager- Johanna Nicole Hunter

Paper Kraine is a montly variety show produced by Jonathan King, Lizzy Ana Lincoln, and Anika Payne.

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Tickets ($10)

Earlier Event: March 18
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