Black Note Theatre

We love.
We may not know how or why,
but our heart beats anyway.

Anne brings us through a winding web of words and scenes, where we examine identity beyond the confines of language. With overwhelming passion, our eyes are opened to the patterns that define emotion and seek to explain our universal human connection.

Attempts On Her Life runs 90 minutes with no intermission.

The Gene Frankel (24 Bond Street)

Wednesday 5/29/13 – 5:00pm
Friday 5/31/13 – 9:00pm
Sunday 6/2/13 – 8:00pm
Tuesday 6/4/13 – 7:00pm
Monday 6/10/13 – 6:30pm
Saturday 6/15/13 – 6:30pm

$18 General Admission, $9 for Film/Music Participants, FREE for Theatre Festivity Participants.
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Written by
Martin Crimp
Martin Andrew Crimp is an British playwright born 14 February 1956 in Dartford, Kent. Crimp is notable for the astringency of his dialogue, a tone of emotional detachment, a bleak view of human relationships – none of his characters experience love or joy – and latterly, a concern for theatrical form and language rather than an interest in narrative. Seven of his plays, and his second Ionesco translation have also been presented at the Royal Court Theatre, London, where he became writer­in­residence in 1997.

Directed and Designed by
Scott Kesselman
Original Composition by
Devon Kemp
Produced by
Black Note Theatre
Shawn Banerjee / Scott Kesselman
Janelle Zapata / Elizabeth Banerjee
Zach Watkins
in association with
TAG of Rutgers-Newark/NJIT
Website, Program, and Image by
Mediha Sandhu
Photography by
Jed Medina