After faking her own death, America’s most famous evangelist finds herself on a wild road trip towards Mexico, haunted not only by the police but by her own persona.
Samantha Buck & Marie Schlingmann | US | 87
In 1926 America’s most famous evangelist is a woman. And she’s looking for a way out. Fed up with her own success, she gets swept up in her lover’s daydreams about Mexico and finds herself on a wild road trip towards the border. Based on true events. Mostly made up.
Called “the quintessential modern composer” by the London Independent, Austin-based composer-bandleader-improviser Graham Reynolds creates, performs, and records music for film, theater, dance, rock clubs, and concert halls, with collaborators ranging from Richard Linklater and Jack Black to DJ Spooky and Jeffrey Zeigler. He recently scored Linklater’s Last Flag Flying for Amazon Studios, the Rude Mechs’ Stop Hitting Yourself for Lincoln Center Theater, Ballet Austin’s Grimm Tales, and a multi-year commission from Ballroom Marfa, The Marfa Triptych. His Creative Capital Award winning bilingual opera, Pancho Villa from a Safe Distance, is currently touring. Amidst his many other projects, Graham also serves as the Artistic Director the new music focused non-profit Golden Hornet.
Live Music from Graham Reynolds
Q&A with directors Samantha Buck & Marie Schlingmann and Lead Actor Anna Margaret Hollyman
This is a free event. In the case of rain, show will be rescheduled. No outside alcohol is permitted.
Fort Greene Park
Washington Park St, Brooklyn, NY 11205