The Dixon Place Lounge, in the air conditioned, renovated Dixon Place is open before, during, and after the show. (6 pm-midnight) Proceeds directly support Dixon Place’s artists and mission. You can bring drinks in and drink during the show.
Toni awarded Dixon Place Artist-In-Residency “for exceptional artists” to develop her 90-minute play Five Flights Up
The October-December Dixon Place residency will be followed by a run of Five Flights Up (working title) in February 2014. Above: Raniah Day as the Reporter interviewing The Woman Who Lives By The Sea. This special workshop preview of a scene from Five Flights Up was presented by Dixon Place on May 2, 2012 and funded by The Jim Henson Foundation and The Puffin Foundation.
PHOTO: Richard Termine