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Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened

CRY HAVOC Development

The documentary Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, which CRY HAVOC played a role in developing, is playing in movie theaters across the country and is now available in iTunes, Netflix, and other digital platforms. The film appeared on the year-end "Best of" lists of several news outlets, including:

  New York Times’ Ten Best Films of 2016
  Newsweek’s Favorite Documentaries of 2016
  Slate’s Best Films of 2016
  The Wrap’s Best Films of 2016

More than two dozen CRY HAVOC artists contributed to the making of the film.

Apprentices at the Alvin

Summer Apprentice Company

CRY HAVOC is pleased to announce its 2017 Summer Apprentice Company:

Borna Barzin (Pace University, '19)
Kristina Bylancik (Carnegie Mellon, '19)
Ryan Patrick Ervin (Columbia Univ., MFA '18)
Erin Krebs (Yale University, '18)
Jenan Jacobson (Carleton College, '18)
Jessica Levin (Northwestern University, '19)

Learn more about the CRY HAVOC Apprentice Program.

 

The Governors Island Project

The Governors Island Project

Workshops of five new 10-minute plays by our Resident Artists directed by members of the 2017 Summer Apprentice Company. Part of the Rising Sun Performance Company's Laboratorium new play development residency.

Performances on Governors Island, NYC
Nolan Park, Building 11

Saturday, August 12 at 12:00noon and 3:30pm
Sunday, August 13 at 1:30pm

Additional event information here.

featuring plays by Resident Artists Jerzy Gwiazdowski, Ali Keller, Jenny Kirlin, Kitt Lavoie, and Jennifer Reichert.