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Thursday, September 08, 2011


I did something dumb and involved myself in four Fringe shows. Four.

This has led to me being so busy that I have had scant time to actually promote said productions. In fact, one is already open and is only running a couple more days. You should see it. I provided the original music and sound design for:

InVersion Theatre Presents...
A play by Amiri Baraka

Directed by William Steinberger

Performing in the Parish Room of First Unitarian Church
2125 Chestnut Street
Five Performances Only!

Performance Schedule:

Fri, 9/2 at 8 pm
Sat, 9/3 at 8 pm
Sun, 9/4 at 2 pm
Fri, 9/9 at 8 pm
Sun, 9/11 at 4 pm
(Please note that there is no Saturday, 9/10 performance.)

InVersion Theatre presents Dutchman, Amiri Baraka's (née LeRoi Jones) Obie-winning 1960s portrait of a brutal interaction between a young Black man and a mysterious White woman on a New York City subway car. Directed by William Steinberger, the production stars Richard Bradford and Caroline Crocker. For more information, visit Inversion Theater on Facebook.

Trailer from Ben Grinberg on Vimeo. (Note: this music is not mine! You'll have to see the show if you want to hear my score.)


What's the music like? I started with an unsettling bed of train percussion and beats, but you really want to pay the admission fee to hear the melody played on my mandocaster -- run through a Boss OC-3 so it sounds like a bass.

I freaking love my mandocaster. More about that very soon.
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