Update: We got a fantastic review from Kacey Stamats on nytheatre.com… Here’s a snippet.
Salish is original in both its poetic language and its many narrative twists and turns…. E. James Ford as Herald warmly welcomes the audience at the top of the evening. His emphatic eye contact and Coney Island painted-on-smile contrast wonderfully with his genuine delivery and remarkable vocal control. He sets the tone of contradictions to come. His solid voice, energy, and flabbergasting range make for mesmerizing poetic orations.
The show tells the story of two isolated strangers who must navigate through an obtuse landscape and its mysterious inhabitants to answer the question: Where did all of these severed feet come from?
The show will be performed at The Silent Barn in Brooklyn. The Silent Barn was recently profiled in the New York Times which called it an “Alt Arts Mecca.”
I am thrilled to be working with this group of artists again and excited to be diving into some experimental good times. I hope to see all of you there! But please be advised, seating is extremely limited. Please RSVP to titlepointproductions@gmai