Opens Nov 09

The Elephant in Every Room I Enter (New York Theatre Workshop's Fourth Street Theater)

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Next Door at New York Theater Workshop presents this intimate solo piece about Gardiner Comfort's experience as an actor living with Tourette Syndrome.

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Created with his frequent collaborator Kel Haney, the play explores the week Gardiner spent at the Tourette Association of America National Conference in Washington, DC. Surrounded by hundreds of other people with Tourette's: it was the first time he felt "normal." Using an erratic and energetic performance style (a nod to Tourette's itself), this original show blends comedy, dance, and a personal outlook on disability.


 

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