Kitchen Sink Experiment(s) : October 2015

Kitchen Sink Experiment(s) : October 2015



October 16 – November 6

This October, Crashbox Theater Company will present the World Premiere of KITCHEN SINK EXPERIMENT(S) by Colby Day. Director Andrew J Scoville will stage the production in an authentic Brooklyn apartment with a limited audience of 20 per performance.

Meet the team:

Colby Day, a Brooklyn-based playwright and filmmaker, tells stories about people, robots, and monsters who deal with feelings. His plays have been developed and produced by Crashbox Theater Company, Pipeline Theatre Company, UglyRhino, Theater for the New City, and The Tank. He participated in Pipeline’s PlayLab in 2014 and 2015 and has been a writer in residence with TRE & The In-Between People. He wants you to recognize your feelings in his work, especially the dumb, bad, wrong ones. Because he thinks those are magical and aren’t dumb or bad at all.

Andrew J. Scoville is a Brooklyn based theater director focusing on developing new work that merges science and performance. He most recently directed Molly Murphy & Neil deGrasse Tyson On Our Last Day On Earth at ANT Fest this past summer. He is co-creator of a podcast called ‘People Doing Math’ which presents music, drama and conversations inspired by mathematical concepts. He is the  director of Love Machine, a high-tech, interactive performance in three parts utilizing actor and audience responsive technology.  He is a co-Founder/co-Director of Fresh Ground Pepper, a not-for-profit dedicated to making it easier to create new work through a series of artistic challenges and developmental programs.  He worked as Associate Director for Alex Timbers on David Byrne’s musical Here Lies Love for both NYC and UK Productions.