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We Like to Party.

Stick on your sideburns! Come croon and swoon with RoosevElvis one last time for a hip-shakin’ celebration! Following our final performance, join us onstage and on the roof for a fantastic final hurrah, featuring raffle prizes, Mt. Rushmore photo ops, rooftop views, and (always) exceptional company.

…Did we mention admission includes all the beer and wine you can drink?

Nice! High five for RoosevElvis playing in two more cities

RoosevElvis Reviews Are In!

“RoosevElvis is far too empathetic a play to lend itself to cold deconstruction…[It’s] the company’s most intimate work that I’ve seen, and also its warmest…a lot fresher than most new plays you’ll see this season.” – Ben Brantley, New York Times

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RoosevElvis Films are Live

Throughout the week we’re be rolling out a series of short films for RoosevElvis to our mailing list and on Facebook and Twitter. To view them all, click here. The first two are below. RoosevElvis: Film One from the TEAM on Vimeo.     RoosevElvis: Film Two from the TEAM on Vimeo.

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Updates from the Road II: RoosevElvis

Here’s the second installment from assistant director Kevin Hourigan’s RoosevElvis road journal. “Day 5: We have hit the height of our sleep deprivation. Accordingly, we have been operating heavy machinery, shooting guns, and driving for long stretches. We have reached the point where the boundary between wakefulness and sleep has blurred. The benefit is that we have been able to do an immense amount of dreaming in the daytime.”

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Updates from the Road: RoosevElvis

As you may have heard, our RoosevElvis team has been researching, writing, and filming while on an epic road trip from the Badlands to Graceland. Now midway through their journey, here’s an excerpt of assistant director Kevin Hourigan’s daily updates from the road.

Our Favorite #MissionDrift Tweets

Before we arrived in London, the hashtag #MissionDrift was more likely to turn up conversation about, you know, actual mission drift. Of the organizational variety. As of June 5, however, we’ve witnessed a complete and utter hashtag takeover by our audiences at the National Theatre Shed, with overwhelmingly positive (and often profanely so) comments about […]

The RoosevElvis Campaign is ON: Help us get from the Badlands to Graceland!

The RoosevElvis Campaign is ON: Help us get from the Badlands to Graceland!

So we have just launched the fundraising campaign for our new duet, RoosevElvis, featuring Libby and Kristen. We are thrilled to be headlining the Bushwick Starr’s 2013-14 season, which will also mark our 1st-ever World Premiere on American soil! This fundraising campaign is vital to the success of the show. We need you to help […]

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Mission Drift London Press

In June 2013, the TEAM took Mission Drift across the pond to The Shed, the National Theatre’s temporary theatrical space on the South Bank in London, where it was met with great enthusiasm and positive reviews. Check out what the London press had to say about Mission Drift and the TEAM: “A theatrical tornado, and a sideways […]

TEAM + CREATIVE CAPITAL

it’s a really exciting time for the TEAM in terms of internal development as we begin to experiment + grow administratively via the guidance of Creative Capital. as recipients of this adventurous investment, we are endeavoring as a Petri Dish, the four of us who rep the company convening every two weeks to architect infrastructure […]

The Creative Capital Grant in the WSJ

We are so thrilled to be among this year’s class of Creative Capital grants! It is one of the coolest grants around, providing not just financial support for artists, but, well, creative support as well. There was a terrific article in the Wall Street Journal today about the 2013 grantees entitled Where Good Ideas Go […]

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