JULY 27 - 30 2016


IN RESIDENCE: 2015- 2017 Piehole’s newest work places an abandoned ski shop at the center of the universe. A group of adults gets stuck in this banal site of destruction, and engages in a cosmic ritual of nostalgia, apocalyptic delusion, and ski. Inspired by the many clues left behind in a real abandoned ski shop, Piehole’s SKI END examines anxieties about how we spend our time. New Ohio Theatre & Piehole Present Ski End

AN ARCHIVE RESIDENCY PRODUCTION, in collaboration with IRT Theater

Created by Piehole Directed by Tara Ahmadinejad

PERFORMANCES:JULY 27 – 30 2016 TIME: Wednesday – Saturday at 7 PM PRICE: Tickets $18 / $15 Students and Seniors At New Ohio :154 Christopher st. NYC #1E

With: Kijani-Ali Gaulman,Peregrine Heard, Kimani Isaac, Allison LaPlatney, Maite Martin, Alexandra Panzer, Emilie Soffe, Ben Vigus, Jeff Wood

Dramaturg: Elliot B. Quick Creative Producer: Jillian Jetton Songs: Deepali Gupta Set Design: Alexandra Panzer Lighting Design: Oona Curley Assistant Lighting Designer: Stacey Derosier Sound Design: Joey Wolfslau Associate Sound Designer:Heather Motz Costume Design: Olivia Giban Video Design: Matt Romein Technical Director / Production Manager: Brian Kafel Stage Manager: Brianna Reedy

Piehole investigates the process of collaboration and collective authorship to create live events. Driven by an ongoing pursuit of surprise, delight and beauty in unexpected places, Piehole encourages agency in one’s thinking, perceiving, and feeling, as well as an expanded sense of potential realities. Since 2008, Piehole’s work has performed in theaters, galleries, and hotel rooms in New York, Philadelphia, and Prague, and has been praised for its “beauty” and gratifying weirdness” (NY Times).  

Ski End was commissioned and developed through the Archive Residency, a program of New Ohio Theatre and IRT Theater.