MA Fashion Studies Graduate Rebecca Crawford Takes on the Role of Assistant Producer

RebeccaCrawford_TrackTwelveEmily Comisar Presents
TRACK TWELVE
The New York International Fringe Festival – FringeNYC
A production of The Present Company

Where: TEATRO CIRCULO THEATRE
64 East 4th Street in the East Village.
When: Five performances starting the 10th of August –
SAT 8/10 at 1:45; THU 8/15 at 8:45; SUN 8/18 at 8:45; WED 8/21 at 5; FRI 8/23 at 2.
Tickets: Available for $15 on www.FringeNYC.org starting July 19th.

NEW YORK, June 18, 2013 – Track Twelve follows four New Yorkers over the course of an evening snowbound at Penn Station during a major blizzard. The more that time passes, the more old grudges bubble to the surface, challenging old relationships and inspiring new ones. In the end, there is no choice but to accept that the only way to move forward is to let go of the past…

Since graduating in May 2013, recent Fashion Studies student Rebecca Crawford has taken on the role of assistant producer for the original play Track Twelve, written and presented by Emily Comisar. The show will premiere this August as part of the 17th annual New York International Fringe Festival – the largest multi arts festival in North America.

“Being a part of Track Twelve has been an incredible opportunity for me,” says Crawford; “it has been inspiring to work with such young and talented members of the New York theater community – particularly on a play that is so ‘New York’. Everyone who has lived in this city can relate to a traumatic train travel story!”

This production will be directed by Josh Penzell and feature a cast of local actors: Leo Goodman, Keelie A. Sheridan, Sarah Sanders, and Charlie Gorrilla.

Please show your support for indie theatre and Parsons alumni by buying a ticket and joining us at FringeNYC for 90 minutes in the snow!

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