Flood City

The NOLA Project, August 2016

Lighting Designer

Poster by Matt Phelan

Written by Gabrielle Reismann

Directed by Mark Routhier

"In Johnstown, Pennsylvania in 1889, The Great Flood has destroyed a bustling steel town, and left a motley crew of survivors and surveyors to clean up and rebuild. Meanwhile, at a bar in Johnstown a century later, laid-off steel workers wax metaphoric about past lives and future ambitions. Traversing time and space, Reisman’s distinctly hopeful dark comedy depicts the destruction, rebuilding, and adaptation of an American city. Award-winning director Mark Routhier and an ensemble of seven bring Reisman’s unorthodox story to life this September at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA)." - The NOLA Project

 

PERFORMANCES

 New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, New Orleans, August 2016

 

Photo Credit: John B. Barrois
Photo Credit: John B. Barrois

Photo Credit: John B. Barrois
Photo Credit: John B. Barrois

Photo Credit: Richard A. Pomes
Photo Credit: Richard A. Pomes

Photo Credit: John B. Barrois
Photo Credit: John B. Barrois

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