The Eternal Space at the new york transit museum

April 1, 2015 @ 6:30pm

The Eternal Space is excited to perform a select scene with photo accompaniment as part of the New York Transit Museum's Platform program on Wednesday, April 1st at the museum's downtown Brooklyn location. 

"Inspired by the engineering, intricate choreography, and impromptu interactions of your daily commute? Wish there was an open mic night for historians and urbanists? A show-and-tell for your creative musings on mass transit?" Well this event at the NYTM is just that and we know our show is a great fit. 

Besides our showcase there will be ten other artists across several media also on hand to enjoy. 

Clyde Baldo and Matt Pilieci will reprise their roles with technical direction by Rome Brown and stage directions read by Dan Stern. 

Tickets are $15 or $10 for museum members. To purchase tickets or for more information click through to NYTM's Platform page

We hope to see you there! 

 

A Reading of The Eternal Space at Fordham Lincoln Center--June 9th @7PM 

 Photo by Norman McGrath. Used with Permission 

Photo by Norman McGrath. Used with Permission 

The Eternal Space is proud to announce that it has been chosen by the Fordham Alumni Company to be part of their New Works Sessions this June. The event will consist of a reading in front of projected photos of Penn Station's demolition featuring amazing shots from Norman McGrath's catalogue. Seasoned cast members Clyde Baldo and Matt Pilieci are reprising their roles and after the performance there will be a talk back with Norman McGrath himself.

When: Monday, June 9th 2014 at 7PM

Where: The Kehoe Theater at Fordham Lincoln Center  

Lights, Camera, Demolition: NYC's Penn Station Recalled On Stage & In Pictures

 Photo by Ron Ziel. Used with permission. 

Photo by Ron Ziel. Used with permission. 

When: November 6, 2013, 6PM

Where:  AIANY / Center for Architecture (click here for exact location)

What:  The Eternal Space is offering a reading of selected scenes at the AIANY’s Center for Architecture as part of a program acknowledging the 50th anniversary of the demolition of the city’s Pennsylvania Station. The evening will also honor unique photography of the demolition from some of the subject’s most noteworthy photographers. Following the reading, a panel discussion with topic experts will occur.

The program will begin with a reading of selected scenes from The Eternal Space followed by a panel discussion featuring notable photographers, historians, preservationists and urbanists.

The dramatic portion of the program will feature actors Clyde Baldo and Matt Pilieci, who will reprise their workshop roles. Playwright Justin Rivers has adapted his original script for this unique program.