A Vimeo find. I don’t know anything more than this:
Director of Photography Jordan Chlapecka
Performed & Read by Molly Murphy
Ah! This is my film! omg- how did you find us?!- Molly
Hi there, This is an odd occurrence but I just stumbled across the video you posted that I made with my dear friend Molly (she’s the poet and vision maker) We’re both artists in NYC and we made this as part of a series:
A bit about Molly:
Molly Murphy is a theater director and writer based in Harlem via Texas via Indonesia.
She has worked at venues that include Signature Theatre, The Public Theater, Arena Stage (coordinator of NewPlay TV), New York Theatre Workshop, Philadelphia Theatre Company, the Dallas Theater Center, The Apollo Theater , Dixon Place, ZACH Theatre of Austin, Texas and The Invisible Dog Factory among many others.
Molly is a three-time artistic resident at the Obie Award Winning Incubator Arts Project as well as the director and curator of APT. 3E , a pop-up salon performance series in her living room.
She is a recipient of the Garland Wright Award for Achievement in Directing. BFA, Southern Methodist University.
A bit about myself:
Jordan Chlapecka It’s pronounced: Ka-pech-Ka
He’s an Art Director by day and a Performance Artist any other time he’s not in the office making cool stuff for brands like Outback Steakhouse and Verizon FiOS. He’s made and performed in shows in New York, Mexico, and Edinburgh.
Jordan Chlapecka received his master’s degree in Performance Studies from New York University’s Tisch School and earned bachelor’s degrees in Advertising Creative Emphasis and Anthropology from Southern Methodist University. His performances art pieces range from activism with Jesusa Rodríguez in Mexico to dance with Richard Move at Yale and most recently a physical theatre performance Gone with Linked Dance Theatre in NYC
Thanks for featuring us!
Thanks for letting me know about the other films. I’ll check them out.
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