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ACFNY SUPPORTED | PERFORMANCE

ACFNY SUPPORTED | PERFORMANCE

VIKTOR FRANKL'S "MAN'S SEARCH FOR MEANING"

FRIDAY, NOV 22 2019, 08:00 PM

Using excerpts from Frankl’s work, the Austria-born US actor Christopher Domig combines reflections from his own life and audience interactions to create a powerful performance centered around the core tenets of logotherapy and the seminal question how do we live and create a meaningful life in a world of chaos?

After spending years reading Viktor Frankl’s work, Christopher Domig introduced himself to the Frankl family in Vienna and has visited the Frankl residency three times over the last few years to interview Viktor Frankl’s widow Elly Frankl, their son in law Franz Vesely and their grandson Alexander Vesely.

The performance is partly based on information he has gathered in these special encounters over the last few years.The evening will include a public performance, a talk and hors d’oeuvres and wine after the performance.

Tickets and more info >> WWW.SEADOGTHEATER.ORG 

ABOUT

Sea Dog Theater is an award-winning theater company and was founded in 2016 by Christopher Domig and Janelle Garcia Domig. Sea Dog Theater produces new and established work that addresses questions of alienation and reconciliation. They believe that great theater offers us opportunities in paying attention and cultivating compassion. The company’s 2018 season received seven New York Innovative Theater Awards (NYIT) Nominations and received the NYIT Award for Outstanding Revival and Outstanding Director for their production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea by John Patrick Shanley.

Christopher Domig is an Austrian/American actor and artistic director of Sea Dog Theater in NYC. He regularly works in Europe and the USA. In 2015, he presented Robert Schneider’s powerful solo-monologue  about immigration, xenophobia, and racism and the havoc it wreaks upon the human soul.

Erwin Maas is a Dutch director working in NYC and internationally.

Brandt Adams is an American playwright from the USA.

Guy Delancey is a South African lighting and set designer who works in the USA and internationally.

Janelle Garica is co-founder of Sea Dog Theater. 

VENUE
St. Georges Episcopal Church
209 E. 16th Street, NYC (btw Bowery & Rutherford Place)
Tickets 20$ (including hors d’oeuvres and wine)