Good News, or Harry The Dog
January 12 - January 23, 2022 Run Time: 90 minutes
GOOD NEWS, OR HARRY THE DOG
Created and Performed by Salty Brine
Hundreds of years in the future, the world is cola brown and the human race has been divided into two warring factions. Dystopian Romeo and Juliet becomes a haunting and hilarious mythology set to Modest Mouse’s soaring masterpiece Good News For People Who Love Bad News.
Taking incredible albums and twisting them in style and form until they are at once familiar and foreign, nostalgic and new, Salty Brine imagines track lists as blueprints for nights of musical mayhem.
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Creator and Performer
Salty Brine is a New York-based cabaret artist, playwright, and actor. He is the creative force behind The Living Record Collection, a series of cabaret performances which weave together iconic, popular albums with cultural touchstones from classic literature to opera and beyond. He is in residence at NYC’s jewel-box supper club, Pangea. Joe’s Pub Working Group class of 2020. Selected performance credits: The Elementary Spacetime Show (Ars Nova, FringeArts), Clown Bar (Pipeline Theater Company, The Box), The Poor of New York (Connelly Theater, dir. Tyne Rafaeli), Taylor Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge (HERE).
Arrangements and Accompaniment
Percussion Design and Orchestration