ENDURANCE comes to APAP 2014
- THE TANK THEATER (151 West 46th St. Btw 6th and 7th Avenue)
- Friday January 10 @ 7pm
- Saturday January 11 @ 7pm
- Sunday January 12 @ 7pm
(Show runs 90 minutes no intermission)
- $11. Free with APAP Badge. Tickets available at the door.
- Or buy tickets here!
- Visit our APAP booth #614 and our agent's booth 1st Mark Artists #844
- Wells College – November 19-22, 2013
- Melbourne Australia -- January 6-9, 2014
- APAP, NYC -- January 10,11,12, 2014
- Scottsdale, Arizona -- January 23-25, 2014
- College of St. Ben's/St John's University – January 28-31, 2014
- Tulsa Performing Arts Center – April 23-26, 2014
Be sure to take a look at this trailer!
The Curious Case of Phineas Gage
A 19th century railroad worker, Gage, was injured when an explosion drove a three foot irion spike through his brain. Miraculously, he survived and recovered. But somehow, he was no longer himself. Who, then, had he become?
Winners of Red House Arts Center Residency for 2014.
Presenting February, 27,28, & March 1st. 2014
Cafe Goma coming in the spring of 2015!
A fun filled glimpse into the life, love, food, and Tango! A show for the whole family.
Click on the image to view the trailer!
The five performers work in impeccable harmony, bringing every moment of the story into perfect focus..an elegant, humorous and tremendously moving drama. Click for whole review.
These four amazing men create a dozen distinct characters, a dozen particular situations and locales out of thin air, including cracking pack ice, a ship at sea, a singing shower, a packed bus, comically terrifying garbage-can-clad powers-that-be, all impeccably executed. Click for whole review.
The production captivates…a very talented company…Split Knuckle's polished production is physical and atmospheric…brings us back to the roots of storytelling. Click for whole review.
One strategy is to bypass traditional presenters entirely. Split Knuckle gained the favor of a multinational business with its show Endurance. Based on the story of explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, who kept 27 men alive for two years in the Antarctic, Endurance proved to be just the kind of artistic entertainment, complete with leadership themes, that resonated with Korn/Ferry International, a Los Angeles–based global executive recruiting firm. Click for whole review.