CHRISTOPHER CARTMILL

Upcoming Dates

Saturday, November 4th, 2017

Wethersfield High School Drama
Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Wethersfield, Connecticutt
USA

Christopher Cartmill's popular adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW in performance.

Saturday, November 18th, 2017

Harby Junior High School
Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Manvel, Texas
USA

Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW presented November 11-18, 2017.

Past Dates

Monday, May 1st, 2017

Walters Hall at Rutgers University
Christopher Cartmill's LA CHASSE in a Costume Workshop
2 Chapel Drive
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
USA

A staged reading of Christopher Cartmill's LA CHASSE with Delfin Meehan, Joel Acosta, Ty Molbak and Sydney Mitchell, directed by Christopher Cartmill with costumes designed and created by Sarah Zinn.

Delfin Meehan as Élise Morrell (photo by Anna Gerdes)

Delfin Meehan (Élise Morrell), Joel Acosta (Eugène Delacroix), Ty Molbak (Alfred-Auguste Cuvillier-Fleury)and Sydney Mitchell (Joséphine de Lavalette) (photo by Anna Gerdes)

Sydney Mitchell as Joséphine de Lavalette (photo by Anna Gerdes)

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Levin Theater at Mason Gross School of the Arts
Aphra Behn's THE EMPEROR OF THE MOON - 7:30PM
85 George Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
USA

Aphra Behn's moon-mad farce, THE EMPEROR OF THE MOON, directed by Christopher Cartmill with a set by Bo Ra Kwan, lighting design by Nate Morgan and costume designs by Taylor Pico at Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Saturday, April 16th, 2016

Little Theatre
August Strindberg's A DREAM PLAY - 7:30
112 Nichol Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
USA
848.932.7511
Price: $15 General Public, Rutgers Alumni, Employees and Seniors $12, Students $10

Christopher Cartmill directs Strindberg's 1901 masterwork, A DREAM PLAY. A goddess comes down to Earth to experience the burdens and beauties of being human.

APRIL 8-16, 2016 (Wednesday - Saturday at 7:30PM and Sunday at 2PM.)

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Little Theatre
August Strindberg's A DREAM PLAY - 7:30PM
112 Nichol Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
USA
848.932.7511
Price: $15 General Public, Rutgers Alumni, Employees and Seniors $12, Students $10

Christopher Cartmill directs Strindberg's 1901 masterwork, A DREAM PLAY. A goddess comes down to Earth to experience the burdens and beauties of being human.

APRIL 8-16, 2016 (Wednesday - Saturday at 7:30PM and Sunday at 2PM.)

Postcard

Sunday, February 21st, 2016

THE SOLDIER'S TALE - 7:30PM
158 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012
(212)796-0741
Price: Tickets are $15 to $20 and are available on Le Poisson Rouge site.
Christopher Cartmill is the voices the Narrator, the devil, the soldier and a sleepy princess in a concert performance of one of the great works of the 20th century. The Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University celebrates its 40th anniversary year with a presentation of Igor Stravinsky's The Soldier’s Tale (L’histoire du soldat) 
7:30 p.m. Sunday, February 21, 2016, at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City. Tickets are $15 to $20 and are available at

Saturday, February 20th, 2016

Nicholas Music Center/Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts
THE SOLDIER'S TALE - 7:30PM
85 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
USA
848.932.7511
Price: Tickets are $15 for the general public, $10 for Rutgers alumni and employees and seniors, and only $5 for students with valid ID.
Christopher Cartmill is the voices the Narrator, the devil, the soldier and a sleepy princess in a concert performance of one of the great works of the 20th century. The Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University celebrates its 40th anniversary year with a presentation of Igor Stravinsky's The Soldier’s Tale (L’histoire du soldat) 7:30 p.m. Saturday, February 20, 2016, at Nicholas Music Center.
 
The production will also be presented 7:30 p.m. Sunday, February 21, 2016, at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City. Tickets are $15 to $20 and are available.

Sunday, June 14th, 2015

BERLIN 2015
BERLIN 2015

For the second year Christopher Cartmill leads a group of Mason Gross students to Europe's exciting theatre capital — Berlin.   Serious students of theatre and students serious about art take on the Grey City, seeing performances at Theaterdiscounter, Hebbel am Ufer, Schaubühne, Volksbühne, Berliner Ensemble, Deutsches Theatre and more.

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

George Sand's GABRIEL - 7:30PM
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
32-932-7511; payment is at the door

Christopher Cartmill directs his translation of George Sand's GABRIEL at Mason Gross School of the Arts.

February 8 to February 12.

Photo by Allegra Heart.

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

THE WAR OF THREE ORANGES - 9:30PM
Via Angelo Masina 5 00153
Roma
Italia

Rustic House Musik presents Casa Rustique Concerto no.5; an informal reading of THE WAR OF THREE ORANGES by Christopher Cartmill, with the vocal stylings of Anissa Mack, Dave McKenzie, Christopher Cartmill and Abinadi Meza. 

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

Monona Grove Drama Club
Christopher Cartmill's acclaimed adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Monona, Wisconson

Friday, November 21st, 2014

Concordia High School
Christopher Cartmill's acclaimed adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Omaha, Nebraska

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

William Henry Harrison High School
Christopher Cartmill's acclaimed adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Harrison, Ohio

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

Schiller's LOVE AND INTRIGUE
85 George Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
USA
848-932-7511
Price: General Public $25 / Rutgers Alumni, Employees, and Seniors $20 / Students $15

Christopher Cartmill directs his own translation of Friedrich Schiller's LOVE AND INTRIGUE (KABALE UND LIEBE) with a cast that includes Nicole Spinnler, Leale DeVerges, Christopher Halladay, Alejandro Cardozo, Carter Bellaimey and Jean-Louis Droulers.

OCTOBER 31 to November 9

The son of a powerful politician chooses the love of a musician's daughter over ambition.  But can that love and virtue remain untouched by a world of lies and corruption? The play is a youthful, passionate, and harrowing story of hope and betrayal.

Saturday, October 4th, 2014

Christopher Cartmill's acclaimed adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7PM
803 Q Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
USA
402-477-2600
Price: $15 General/$12 Students-Seniors

Nebraska Youth Theatre presents THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW adapted by Christopher Cartmill

Performance Dates: October 2-4 @ 7pm, October 4 @ 2pm 

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

BERLIN
Christopher Cartmill in Berlin

Germany

Christopher Cartmill leads a group of Mason Gross students to Europe's exciting theatre capital — Berlin.   Serious students of theatre and students serious about art take on the Grey City, seeing performances at Theaterdiscounter, Hebbel am Ufer, Schaubühne, Volksbühne, Berliner Ensemble, Deutsches Theatre and more.

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Christopher Cartmill directs ACTING IS BELIEVING by Lope de Vega
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
832-932-7511; payment is at the door

April 9 through April 14 — Rutgers' Mason Gross School for the Performing Arts presents Lope de Vega's ACTING IS BELIEVING directed by Christopher Cartmill.  

An actor prepares for the performance of a lifetime only to discover that the performance will cost him his life.

Monday, November 18th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's HOME/LAND - 6P
New York, NY 10036

Friday, November 15th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
500 Orchid Drive
Davenport, Florida
USA
863-419-3315

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
500 Orchid Drive
Davenport, Florida
USA
863-419-3315

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Davenport Studios
An invited reading of Robert Neal Marshall's play 41N 50W - 6:30PM
250 West 49th Street
New York City, NY 10019

Christopher Cartmill will be reading in Robert Neal Marshall's new play based on the 1912 US Senate Titanic Hearings.

Saturday, November 9th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 2PM & 7PM
850 Tiger Drive
Ripon, Wisconson 54971
USA
920-748-4616

Christopher Cartmill's exceptionally popular adaptation of Washington Irving's classic, THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.

Friday, November 8th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7PM
850 Tiger Drive
Ripon, Wisconson 54971
USA
920-748-4616

Christopher Cartmill's exceptionally popular adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW rides again.

Sunday, October 27th, 2013

Uplift Community Players
Christopher Cartmill's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
107 E MILLER ST
Rawlins, Wyoming 82301
USA

Saturday, October 26th, 2013

Uplift Community Players
Christopher Cartmill's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
107 E MILLER ST
Rawlins, Wyoming 82301
USA

Friday, October 25th, 2013

Uplift Community Players
Christopher Cartmill's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
107 E MILLER ST
Rawlins, Wyoming 82301
USA

Saturday, October 12th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM - 7:30PM
2930 S 37th St
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
USA
(402) 436-1304

Christopher Cartmill's gothic comedy of mysterious appearances mistaken identity, directed by Carol Svoboda.

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM - 7:30PM
2930 S 37th St
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
USA
(402) 436-1304

Christopher Cartmill's gothic comedy of mysterious appearances mistaken identity, directed by Carol Svoboda.

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM - 7:30PM
2930 S 37th St
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
USA
(402) 436-1304

Get spirited away at Christopher Cartmill's gothic comedy of mysterious appearances mistaken identity.From the 2011 Everett High School/Little Theater production of THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM

Friday, June 21st, 2013

The Crown Theater @ The Producer's Club
he Bensonhurst Review Presents a Magazine Release Party & Showcase to celebrate the release of our 4th Issue! - 6:30PM Gallery & Bar 7:30PM Show begins
358 West 44th St, 9th Ave
New York City, NY
USA
Price: 12$ Admission (includes copy of Issue 4!)

The Bensonhurst Review was founded in 2011 with the goal of examining and celebrating the present. A growing community of directors, writers, poets, painters, actors, dancers, composers and musicians gathers in its pages and at its performances.

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Manchester, GB M19 1ER
GB
+44 161 432 1527

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

Goldoni's LA GUERRA - 2PM
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
32-932-7511; payment is at the door

Christopher Cartmill directs LA GUERRA by Carlo Goldoni

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

Goldoni's LA GUERRA - 8PM
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
32-932-7511; payment is at the door

Christopher Cartmill directs LA GUERRA by Carlo Goldoni

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Goldoni's LA GUERRA - 8PM
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
32-932-7511; payment is at the door

Christopher Cartmill directs LA GUERRA by Carlo Goldoni

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

Goldoni's LA GUERRA - 8PM
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
32-932-7511; payment is at the door

Christopher Cartmill directs LA GUERRA by Carlo Goldoni

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Goldoni's LA GUERRA - 8PM
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
32-932-7511; payment is at the door

Christopher Cartmill directs LA GUERRA by Carlo Goldoni

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

8PM
30 Jones Avenue between George and Suydam streets
New Brunswick, NJ
USA
32-932-7511; payment is at the door

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 2PM and 8PM
128 Town Street
Braintree, MA 02184
USA
781-848-4000

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 8PM
128 Town Street
Braintree, MA 02184
USA
781-848-4000

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7:30PM
128 Town Street
Braintree, MA 02184
USA
781-848-4000

Sunday, February 17th, 2013

The National Geographic Channel
KILLING LINCOLN - SUN FEB 17 8PM ET

appears as James P. Ferguson (a witness of the fateful events at Ford's Theater) in this his second Lincoln project, Killing Lincoln, for the National Geographic Channel.  Directed by Adrian Moat and featuring Billy Campbell as Abraham Lincoln and Jesse Johnson as John Wilkes Booth, combining CGI technology with "rare historial archives." 


Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Cinemas Worldwide
LINCOLN, a film by Steven Spielberg

Christopher Cartmill appears as Leonard Grover in Steven Spielberg's LINCOLN starring Daniel Day-Lewis, David Strathairn and Sally Field.

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

O'Neill High School
Cartmill's adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - TBA
O'Neill, Nebraska

Christopher Cartmill's popular adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW gets a production in O'Neill, Nebraska — presented by O'Neil High School. (photo from University of West Virginia production)

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Cartmill's adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7PM
3455 North Preston Road
Celina, TX 75009
USA

Cartmill's seasonal favorite — his popular adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW in performance at Celina High School.

Sunday, October 21st, 2012

GOLONDRINA staged reading - 7:30pm
107 Suffolk Street, 2nd floor
New York City, NY 10002
USA
212.529.1948

Christopher Cartmill directs a workshop/staged reading of Aminta de Lara's GOLONDRINA with Kathleen O'Grady and Aminta de Lara.

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Friday, October 19th, 2012

GOLONDRINA open rehearsal - 7:30pm
107 Suffolk Street, 2nd floor
New York City, NY 10002
USA
212.529.1948

Christopher Cartmill directs Amita de Lara and Kathleen O'Grady in a bilingual exploration of de Lara's powerful play GOLONDRINA at LaTea. 

Monday, October 15th, 2012

PBS station near you
STANDING BEAR'S FOOTSTEPS - check your local listing

Christopher Cartmill appears as an artist/scholar in Christine Lesiak's award-winning documentary, STANDING BEAR'S FOOTSTEPS.  Airs on a PBS station near you.    

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Standing Bear's Footsteps in PBS.  For those in the NYC area it's on WLIW World (Time Warner channel 164)  on Friday, 10/19 @ 4PM, 6PM and 9PM.
In Chicagoland Standing Bear's Footsteps, airing Monday, 10/19 @ 10PM (WXXI-TV/HD) and Tuesday, 10/15 @ (WTTW Prime).
In Nebraska on NET1/HD @ 9PM.
Oregon Public Broadcasting on Thursday, 11/1 @ 11PM.

Standing Bear's Footsteps in PBS.  For those in the NYC area it's on WLIW World (Time Warner channel 164)  on Friday, 10/19 @ 4PM, 6PM and 9PM.
In Chicagoland Standing Bear's Footsteps, airing Monday, 10/19 @ 10PM (WXXI-TV/HD) and Tuesday, 10/15 @ (WTTW Prime).
In Nebraska on NET1/HD @ 9PM.
Oregon Public Broadcasting on Thursday, 11/1 @ 11PM.

 

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

RIGHT YOU ARE (IF YOU THINK YOU ARE) by Luigi Pirandello - 6PM-9PM
New York, NY 10036

Christopher Cartmill appears in Theater East's reading of RIGHT YOU ARE (if you think you are)
by Luigi Pirandello
featuring Dominic Chianese(Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire)

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A parable by the Nobel Prize-winning Italian playwright, explores the relativity of truth, the vanity and necessity of illusion and the instability of the human personality.

Come for drinks at 6pm and the reading will start around 7:00.

Because seating is incredibly limited, reservations are required.
Reading is Pay-What-You-Can*

RSVP at readingseries@theatreeast.org

*$20 donation suggested

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Shelby County High School
Cartmill's acclaimed adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
1701 Frankfort Road
Shelbyville, KY 40065
502.633.2344

For three performances only!

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Washington and Lee University
THE JAMES BALDWIN PROJECT at Washington and Lee University - March 5-9, 2012
204 West Washington Street
Lexington, VA 24450

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"American history is longer, larger, more various, more beautiful, and more terrible than anything anyone has ever said about it." James A. Baldwin

Playwrights Lucy Thurber, Julissa Contreras and Christopher Cartmill, directors Lear deBessonet and Jenna Worsham and actors Alexander Lambie, David Zheng, Cesar Rosado and Kevin Mannering head down from NYC to Lexington, Virginia, and Washington and Lee University for a conversation about race, class, sexuality and the current schisms in the greater American conversation.

"I am what time, circumstance, history, have made of me, certainly, but I am also, much more than that. So are we all."  James A. Baldwin

This conversation has been inspired by the works of the great American writer and activist James A. Baldwin, who spoke to the complex issues of race, class and sexuality in mid-20th century America. And speaks eloquently still. How much has changed? What have we learned? What are we teaching? Can we talk about these things? Can we hear one another? Words resonate —rebound and redound.

"I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain."  James A. Baldwin

Monday, March 5th, 2012

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
Shakespeare's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE - 6:30PM
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003

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detail from Johan Zoffany's painting "The Trial Scene from The Merchant of Venice" (c.1768) from the Tate Collection

Christopher Cartmill plays the role of the merchant Antonio in director Kristin Horton's investigation reading of Shakespeare's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, with members of the Fiasco Theatre Company.

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Baruch Performing Arts Center
Christopher Cartmill's version of Molière's TARTUFFE - 1PM
25th St. (bet. 3rd and Lex Aves.)
New York City, NY
For Tickets (646) 312-5073

The Great Works Reading Series at Baruch presents

TARTUFFE by Molière (in a version translated, adapted and directed by Christopher Cartmill) with Michelle Hurst, Kathleen O'Grady, Joe Schulz, Brian Hotaling, James A. Smith, III, Virginia Lowery, Richard Ende, Weisi Li and Christopher Bellant.

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Baruch Performing Arts Center
Christopher Cartmill's version of Molière's TARTUFFE - 11:15AM and 1PM and 8PM
25th St. (bet. 3rd and Lex Aves.)
New York City, NY
For Tickets (646) 312-5073

The Great Works Reading Series at Baruch presents

TARTUFFE by Molière (in a version translated, adapted and directed by Christopher Cartmill) with Michelle Hurst, Kathleen O'Grady, Joe Schulz, Brian Hotaling, James A. Smith, III, Virginia Lowery, Richard Ende, Weisi Li and Christopher Bellant.

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Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Baruch Performing Arts Center
Christopher Cartmill's version of Molière's TARTUFFE - 10:30AM, 3PM
25th St. (bet. 3rd and Lex Aves.)
New York City, NY
For Tickets (646) 312-5073

The Great Works Reading Series at Baruch presents

TARTUFFE by Molière (in a version translated, adapted and directed by Christopher Cartmill) with Michelle Hurst, Kathleen O'Grady, Joe Schulz, Brian Hotaling, James A. Smith, III, Virginia Lowery, Richard Ende, Weisi Li and Christopher Bellant.

Friday, December 16th, 2011

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
THE ROBBERS OF MADDERBLOOM - 7PM
1 Washington Place (on the corner of Broadway and Washington Place)
New York City, NY 10003

"Like a dog to it's vomit." THE ROBBERS are Back! Lock up your valuables!

THE ROBBERS OF MADDERBLOOM, or What Does It Matter So Long As No One Gets Hurt? 
by (wink) William Whititterly (aka Christopher Cartmill) 
with a cast that will steal your heart if not your wallet.

Joe Schulz•
Julie Evan Smith•
Kathleen O'Grady•
Christopher Cartmill*
John Wright
Virginia Lowery
and more TBA!

This performance is the final joyful project of THE BAROQUE READING SERIES.

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Monday, December 12th, 2011

THE ONE, PERCY ENT by Tariq Hamami - 8PM

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A Free Developmental Reading of a New Play

THE ONE, PERCY ENT

By Tariq Hamami

Directed by David E. Bruin

Featuring

Ben Beckley

Christopher Cartmill*

Virginia Kull*

Austin Mitchell

*Indicates members of Actors’ Equity Association

Monday December 12th at 8:00pm

 The performance will take place at a loft space in Midtown, currently operated by Exit, Pursued by a Bear (http://epbb.org/).  Please reference your ticket confirmation for the address and directions to the space. 

 Please contact snapdragontheatreworks@gmail.com for reservations.  

 The play will run 85 minutes with no intermission

Please join us for a reception with wine and beer following the performance

Produced by Snapdragon

Allison Bressi, David E. Bruin: Co-Producing Artistic Directors

Grace Eubank: Associate Producer

Artwork created by Eric Emch

Friday, November 18th, 2011

The Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at NYU
John Dryden's ALL FOR LOVE, or THE WORLD WELL LOST - 6:30PM-9PM
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003
USA

Errors, like straws, upon the surface flow;
He who would search for pearls must dive below.
                     All for Love. Prologue.

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Christopher Cartmill hosts "The Baroque Reading Series" at Gallatin and DIY reading of Dryden's 1678 take on the story of Antony and Cleopatra — their last hours — as empires falls.

Men are but children of a larger growth.
                     All for Love. Act IV, Sc. i.

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

Christopher Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM
205 Oak Street North
Turtle Lake, WI 54889
USA
715-986-4470

November 11th and 12th.

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
5940 Clyde Moore Drive
Groveport, Ohio 43125
USA

For three performances only — November 3rd through 5th.  

Sunday, October 30th, 2011

Cartmill's adaptation Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEP HOLLOW - TBA
1300 Wheeling Avenue
Glen Dale, West Virginia 26038
USA
304.853.4444

Celebrate Halloween in Glen Dale, West Virginia with the JMHS production — FIVE performances, October 27-30.

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Cartmill's popular adaptation Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEP HOLLOW - TBA
3151 Ortega Street
San Francisco, California 94122
USA
415-759-2770

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from the University of West Virginia production THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW, directed by Tom O'Connor.

Sunday, August 21st, 2011

KILLING JOHN GRISHAM - 4:45PM
107 Suffolk Street (Rivington and Delancey Streets)
New York City, NY
USA

THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL:Christopher Cartmill appears in the title role in the new play by Jack Moore

Directed by Nicole A. Watson
Josh has written a brilliant novel, but his quest to escape his minimum wage life is derailed by self-doubt, girl problems, and loyal friends with violent tendencies. Did we mention the world famous author who steals Josh's book? That too.
2h 0m 

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

KILLING JOHN GRISHAM - 7:15PM
107 Suffolk Street (Rivington and Delancey Streets)
New York City, NY
USA

THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL:Christopher Cartmill appears in the title role in the new play by Jack Moore

Directed by Nicole A. Watson
Josh has written a brilliant novel, but his quest to escape his minimum wage life is derailed by self-doubt, girl problems, and loyal friends with violent tendencies. Did we mention the world famous author who steals Josh's book? That too.
2h 0m 

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

KILLING JOHN GRISHAM - 4:45PM
107 Suffolk Street (Rivington and Delancey Streets)
New York City, NY
USA

THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL:Christopher Cartmill appears in the title role in the new play by Jack Moore

Directed by Nicole A. Watson
Josh has written a brilliant novel, but his quest to escape his minimum wage life is derailed by self-doubt, girl problems, and loyal friends with violent tendencies. Did we mention the world famous author who steals Josh's book? That too.
2h 0m 

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

KILLING JOHN GRISHAM - 12PM
107 Suffolk Street (Rivington and Delancey Streets)
New York City, NY
USA

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THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL:Christopher Cartmill appears in the title role in the new play by Jack Moore

Directed by Nicole A. Watson
Josh has written a brilliant novel, but his quest to escape his minimum wage life is derailed by self-doubt, girl problems, and loyal friends with violent tendencies. Did we mention the world famous author who steals Josh's book? That too.
2h 0m 

Saturday, August 13th, 2011

KILLING JOHN GRISHAM - 2:15PM
107 Suffolk Street (Rivington and Delancey Streets)
New York City, NY
USA

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THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL:Christopher Cartmill appears in the title role in the new play by Jack Moore

Directed by Nicole A. Watson
Josh has written a brilliant novel, but his quest to escape his minimum wage life is derailed by self-doubt, girl problems, and loyal friends with violent tendencies. Did we mention the world famous author who steals Josh's book? That too.
2h 0m 

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Cartmill to play title role in KILLING JOHN GRISHAM in the New York International Fringe Festival - August 13-22

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

7PM CST
Nebraska Public Television

Christopher Cartmill appears in Christine Lesiak's documentary on Chief Standing Bear on Nebraska Public Television — look for the doc nationally in 2012.

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Thursday, June 30th, 2011

The Drama Book Shop
THE BENSONHURST REVIEW: A Night of Decadent Readings - door opens at 7:30PM
250 West 40th Street
New York City, NY 10018
USA

Christopher Cartmill reads a fragment of his new work,
SPUYTEN DUYVIL, OR THE LEGEND OF MAX FINSTER
— along with short works by poets and photographers in the July 2011 of THE BENSONHURST REVIEW

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Sunday, June 5th, 2011

The Little Theatre of the EHS Drama Club
Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM
2416 Colby Avenue
Everett, Washington 98201
USA
425-385-4400

The EHS Drama Club presents Christopher Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM for five performances, May 20-28, June 3-4 and 5 — 2011.wedding_photo_resized.jpg

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

The 19th Annual NEBRASKA BOOK FESTIVAL
Lincoln, Nebraska
USA

Cartmill's THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES to be featured in THE NEBRASKA BOOK FESTIVAL. Festival events are free and open to the public.  More schedule information to come.

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Sunday, May 15th, 2011

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES

Cartmill's memoir about the intersection of history and home, friendship and responsibility is currently available for pre-order but will be published in November by the University of Nebraska Press.  Check for performances of the solo shows based on the work.

http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/product/Nebraska-Dispatches,674671.aspx

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Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Oak Middle School
Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 5PM
45 Oak Street
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
USA

Oak Middle School in Shrewsbury, MA presents Christopher's adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
Lord Byron's SARDANAPALUS - 7PM
1 Washington Place (on the corner of Broadway and Washington Place)
New York City, NY 10003

ALL ALONG WE’VE BEEN PLAYING WITH FIRE!  Our Romantic Spring ends with a bonfire of desire and hope as Gallatin presents a concert staging of George Gordon, Lord Byron’s SARDANAPALUS, adapted and directed by Christopher Cartmill.  Join us and experience this forgotten masterpiece from one of the greatest poets and personas of the Romantic era.  When you leave, sometimes it’s good just to light a metaphorical match and let it all go up in flames.  Or is it?  

 

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photo and poster design by Christopher Cartmill

Saturday, April 9th, 2011

The Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at NYU
2PM
1 Washington Place, room 401
New York City, NY 10003

A free screening of the 1945 Marcel Carné film, THE CHILDREN OF PARADISE.  This film is on many critics lists of the best films of all time.  It is also an amazing evocation of the Romantic Era in France and is extraordinarily accurate in its recreation of history.  Bring some popcorn and see it with folks.  

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Friday, April 8th, 2011

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
THE HAMLET RAVE - 5PM-9PM
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003

THE GALLATIN ARTS FESTIVAL presents a unique event — what started off as a bet between professor and student has blossomed into a one-of-a-kind exploration of arguably the most influential play in world literature.  On FRIDAY, APRIL 8th 5PM-9PM is THE HAMLET RAVE — the multimedia, interdisciplinary, international extravaganza with music, art, film, dance, performance — contributors from all over the world, live and recorded joining in to explore Shakespeare's great tragedy.  The list of participants is growing!

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photo and design by Christopher Cartmill

Monday, March 28th, 2011

ROMANTICS AND REVOLUTIONARIES — EMBODYING A CLASS: Students, Plays and iPhone Photography by Christopher Cartmill - 6:30PM-8:30PM
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003

GALLATIN GALLERIES exhibition through March 28, 2011 — including twenty photos from Cartmill's ROMANTICS AND REVOLUTIONARIES, students from his class imagined as plays of the Romantic era.

Also in the exhibition "THREE CONTINENTS: Photographs by Gallatin Scholars and Study Abroad Students, Winter 2011" and "SHRADDA BORAWAKE — RADIANT HEIGHTS: A Critical View of a Newly Emerging Identity."

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Thursday, March 24th, 2011

The Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at NYU
6:30PM
1 Washington Place, room 401
New York City, NY 10003

Christopher Cartmill hosts a do-it-yourself reading of KEAN, OR DISORDER AND GENIUS by Alexandre Dumas, père.  The life of a great actor doesn't always make a great play but in this case . . .Join in or come to hear the play that launched the career of Sarah Bernhardt and inspired Sartre.  If all the world is a stage, let's play!

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

The Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at NYU
Goethe's FAUST: PART ONE - 1PM
1 Washington Place, room 401
New York City, NY 10003

Cartmill hosts a do-it-yourself reading of Goethe's monumental FAUST: PART ONE, complete with music — Berlioz, Liszt and Schumann.  Listen or join in. "Suppose you break this world to bits, another will arise!" Faust_copy.jpg

photo and design by Christopher Cartmill

Monday, February 28th, 2011

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
George Sand's GABRIEL - 7pm
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003

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Gallatin presents a concert staging of George Sand’s GABRIEL, adapted and directed by Christopher Cartmill As provocative as last November’s MAHOMET.  George Sand's 1839 play was written sixty years before Virginia Woolf was even a twinkle in her mother's eye.  Join us for the concert staging of this unique and important play. 

Monday, January 31st, 2011

Review of THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES

 

ForeWord Reviews By John Michael Senger Book Review November 2010

 

The Nebraska Dispatches 

Christopher Cartmill, successful New York playwright, director, and actor, disregarded Thomas Wolfe’s famous advice that “You can’t go home again,” and returned to his home in Nebraska to research and write a play. His subject was Chief Standing Bear, a Ponca Indian who in 1879 sued the United States government and won. The turmoil that enveloped Cartmill and renewed his bond with home, in the broadest meaning of that word, is gracefully retold in The Nebraska Dispatches. 


Standing Bear was chief of the Ponca Indians living along the Niobrara River in Northern Nebraska in the mid 1800s, when the US government moved many of the Indian tribes to the Oklahoma territory. Standing Bear’s son died in Oklahoma, having first requested burial in Nebraska with his ancestors. To honor his son’s request, Standing Bear returned to Nebraska, where he was arrested and incarcerated. He declared he was being held illegally, and sued the US government for a writ of habeas corpus. The Court agreed with the chief and he was freed to quietly live out his life in Nebraska. 


The Nebraska Dispatches is far more than just the story of Standing Bear, although that alone would make for an interesting tale. Cartmill also tells his own story, of his return to his roots and reconciliation with place and history. The story’s pace and drama builds as Cartmill meets the people of Nebraska and hears their stories. 

Flowing throughout is the undercurrent of anger and bitterness that irresolutely defines the relationship between the Plains Indians and their white neighbors. Cartmill is forced to confront the idea that stories matter. History is not abstract, but about actual people and events that have consequences yet today. As Susan Cloud Horse, an Omaha Indian, tells him: “First of all, I’m going to tell you this again: by what you’re doing you’re stirring up five hundred years of anger, pain, and shame.” 


The Nebraska Dispatches refrains from bravado or overstatement; nevertheless, it is an intense and dynamic book. Cartmill is expert at relating his own story and just enough information about the Poncas, Standing Bear, and other Plains Indians. He intertwines these sagas to make them part of a larger story of America and how Americans connect to home. In the end, Cartmill proves Wolfe wrong. Not only can one go home again, but there can be much to be learned from the experience. (November) John Michael Senger 

Friday, January 28th, 2011

The Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at NYU
Friedrich Schiller's 1784 masterpiece KABALE UND LIEBE (POLITICS AND PASSION) - 6:30PM
1 Washington Place, room 401
New York City, NY 10003

 

DON'T DRINK THE LEMONADE!
The ROMANTIC AND REVOLUTIONARY play reading series begins with a play in which the young Friedrich Schiller tested his considerable dramatic talent, the bold follow-up to his wildly successful first play, THE ROBBERS. We begin with POLITICS AND PASSION (KABALE UND LIEBE) — a Tragedy of Domestic Life. 
Obsession! Dishonor! Alienation! Lovers die for love! But unlike Romeo & Juliet, the lovers die for impure love — a love that has been tainted by a corrupt, scheming and unscrupulous world that has lost touch with what matters. You can just smell the Strüm und Drang.
The play was the inspiration for Verdi's opera, LUISA MILLER.
This reading is part of the 2011 Gallatin seminar Romantics and Revolutionaries: Theater and Theatricality in the Age of Revolution.
Come listen or TAKE PART! RSVP if you want a role! 
The Gallatin School of Individualized Study
1 Washington Place (room 401).
Friday, January 29th at 6:30PM!

photo and design by Christopher Cartmill

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DON'T DRINK THE LEMONADE!
Cartmill hosts the ROMANTIC AND REVOLUTIONARY play reading series and begins with the play in which the young Friedrich Schiller tested his considerable dramatic talent, the bold follow-up to his wildly successful first play, THE ROBBERS.

POLITICS AND PASSION (KABALE UND LIEBE) — a Tragedy of Domestic Life. Obsession! Dishonor! Alienation! Lovers die for love! But unlike Romeo & Juliet, the lovers die for impure love — a love that has been tainted by a corrupt, scheming and unscrupulous world that has lost touch with what matters. You can just smell the Stürm und Drang!

This reading is part of the 2011 Gallatin seminar Romantics and Revolutionaries: Theater and Theatricality in the Age of Revolution.  Come listen or TAKE PART! RSVP if you want a role! 
The Gallatin School of Individualized Study1 Washington Place (room 401).Friday, January 28th at 6:30PM!

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 7PM
1 Washington Place (on the corner of Broadway and Washington Place)
New York City, NY 10003

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Friday, December 3rd, 2010

The Museum of the Art Institute of Chicago
THE IDYLLS OF THE KING - TBA
111 South Michigan
Chicago, IL 60603
USA

Christopher Cartmill returns to the jewel of Chicago — The Museum of the Art Institute — to perform three programs in the museum's Fullerton auditorium.   Two of the three programs will be from his highly successful adaptation of Tennyson's IDYLLS OF THE KING ("Guinevere" and "The Holy Grail") and the third will be a piece originally created for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York based on the epic poem THE SONG OF ROLAND.   Specific times and dates will be coming soon!

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King Arthur (Illustration to Tennyson's Idylls of the King and Other Poems). Sitter is William Warder. Albumen print, 358 x 280mm, (14 1/8 x 11").

Sunday, October 24th, 2010

Theater 5 at The New World Stages
Christopher Cartmill's LA CHASSE (The Hunt) - 7:30PM
50th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues
New York City, NY
USA
Price: $10

ONE SQUARE PRODUCTIONS Developmental Reading Series presents

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LA CHASSE
By Christopher Cartmill
Directed by Nicole A. Watson

with Jessica Dickey, Christopher Cartmill, Leone Hanman and Andy Bean.


Sunday, October 24th
7:30pm

Theater 5 at New World Stages
(50th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues)
$10

Friday, October 15th, 2010

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
A concert reading of Voltaire's MAHOMET - 7PM
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003
Price: admission is free.

In the wake of the contentious war of words regarding the proposed Islamic Center in downtown Manhattan and the growing tensions surrounding it — in conjunction with the Gallatin interdisciplinary seminar THEATER IN THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT — the Gallatin Theatre Committee presents a concert staging of Voltaire's controversial 1742 play MAHOMET.   Edited and directed by Christopher Cartmill, the play has been interwoven with Voltaire's own correspondence regarding the work and accounts of the 2005 French production.   

The play has a history of widespread protest beginning with its Paris debut in 1742.  The Turkish ambassador lodged a formal condemnation of Voltaire with the Louis XV.  But European religious leaders also insisted the play be banned, because they knew Voltaire really intended it as attack on Christian fanaticism, and any religion or political system that seeks power through manipulation and lies.

The performance will include a panel discussion led by Professor Sinaan Antoon,  Professor Kristin Horton and Christopher Cartmill.   The cast will include actors Amir Darvish, Al Nazemian and more.Mahomet4_copy_resized.jpg

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Academy Community Theatre
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Brighton, CO
USA

October 15th - October 23rd THE ACADEMY COMMUNITY THEATRE in Brighton, Colorado presents Christopher Cartmill's acclaimed adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.  If you are in that part of the country check the local listings.

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photo from the 2009 University of West Virginia production.

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Spanish Benevolent Society
Tables & Beds: An Unromantic Comedy - 7PM
239 West 14th Street
New York City, New York 10011
USA

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Christopher Cartmill appears in Artist13 presentation of the U.S. premiere reading of Emilio Williams award-winning comedy, TABLES AND BEDS. 

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

TBA
THE ROBBERS ARE COMING!
Save the date!  Check your valuables! 

THE ROBBERS OF MADDERBLOOM

is coming to NYC in a concert reading that is sure to delight! Amazing cast!

Look for details to come and don't forget!

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Monday, June 14th, 2010

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
BENJAMIN CONSTANT - 4PM
1 Washington Place (on the corner of Broadway and Washington Place)
New York City, NY 10003

The Labowitz Theatre at Gallatin, 1 Washington Place (corner of Broadway and Washington Pl)

Join us for a the completion of a week's exploration of Christopher Cartmill's BENJAMIN CONSTANT — a comedy of manners and opinions. A part of the Gallatin Theater Lab.

A New York cocktail party to celebrate the release of a new book takes a turn that reveals that what we say and think may not always be the same. 

directed by Kristin Horton

Ben Steinfeld, as the writer
Matt Boston, as the critic
Kristen Kittel, as the assistant
Jennifer Dorr White, as the agent
Deborah Wallace, as the novelist
Bill Franke, as the doctor
Jack Moore, as the caterer
Kathryn Layng Hwang, as the publicist

The play is in one act (approximately 90 minutes) and will be followed by a brief talk-back.

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Saturday, June 12th, 2010

The Cantor Film Center
HER TUN OF TREASURE in the 48 HOUR FILM FESTIVAL/NYC - 6:15PM
36 East 8th Street
New York City, NY 10003
USA
Price: $10

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Come support the amazing cast and crew of this new short — HER TUN OF TREASURE — made (written, shot, edited and done) in 48 hours (or 46 actually) and screened along with other 4 to 7 minute shorts made for the 48 HOUR FILM PROJECT. 

Premiere Screening

Date: June 12
Time: 6:15pm
Place: NYU's Cantor Film Center, 36 East 8th Street, NYC 10003
Tickets: $10 (http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/115226)

Notes: Bring your ticket stub to the Village Pourhouse after the screening for a drink on the house.

HER TUN OF TREASURE
co-directed by Christopher Cartmill and Richard Jack
written by Christopher Cartmill
produced by Richard Ende
cinematographer — Michael Piehl
editor — Richard Jack
editor/colorist — John Knauer
location sound — Andrew Guastella
sound mixer — Steve Perski
composer — Gabriele Solarino
graphics — Stephen Walsh
technical advisor — Mark Spano
production assistant — Carl Vasile

cast: 
Jane Blass
Carl Vasile
Weisi Li
Teddy Cañez
Eliot Horton

Monday, June 7th, 2010

The Labowitz Theater at Gallatin
KILLING JOHN GRISHAM
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003

Cartmill plays John Grisham in a workshop reading of the new play by Jack Moore!

Time:

3:00pm - 5:30pm
Location:
Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts
Street:
1 Washington Pl (Btw Broadway and Mercer)
City/Town:
New York, NY
  Set amongst a group of wannabe New York literati, "Killing John Grisham" is a dark comedy about one man's search for love, a lost masterpiece, and his place in the world. 

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Killing John Grisham by Jack Moore
Directed by Nicole Watson

Cast:
Josh-Jake Elitzer
Kevin-Jarret Kerr
Michael-Michael Sutherland
Rebecca-Annie Chang
John Grisham-Christopher Cartmill
Chad-Doug Harvey

Friday, June 4th, 2010

New York City!
48 HOUR FILM!

EndeJack Productions and Pariah Dog Media bring you a film written by Christopher Cartmill and directed by Richard Jack and Christopher Cartmill ALL IN 48 HOURS.

48 Hour Filmmaker: New York 2010

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

Barrington Christian Academy
THE CHOIR & THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES by Christopher Cartmill - 2PM and 8PM
McCulloch Center for the Arts, 63 Federal Road
Barrington, RI 02806
USA
401-246-0113

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Friday, May 21st, 2010

Barrington Christian Academy
THE CHOIR by Christopher Cartmill - 8PM
McCulloch Center for the Arts, 63 Federal Road
Barrington, RI 02806
USA
401-246-0113

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Friday, November 13th, 2009

iNVESTiGATiNG THE TRiAL at Gallatin Galleries Exhibition - Opening Reception 6PM-8PM
1 Washington Place
New York City, NY 10003

Christopher Cartmill's extraordinary iPhone photos exploring the process of creating Kristin Horton's production of Steven Berkhoff's adaptation of Kafka's THE TRIAL will be on exhibition.  ON VIEW AT GALLATIN GALLERIES UNTIL JANUARY 13, 2010.

Also on view:

Finding Work: Representing Labor in Contemporary Art curated by Keith Miller

Undivided Attention: Art from Gallatin's Berlin Program
curated by Karen Hornick

Magazine Dreams: Making Magazine curated by Sarah Chow

Kafka's The Trial: iNVESTiGATiNG THE TRiAL — photos by Christopher Cartmill

Bert Katz: Six Trance Drawings

Join us all on opening night!  There will be drinks and lively discussion!

Friday, November 13th, 2009

Rogue House Gallery
Jane Gennaro's SHAKING THE GOOSE EGG w/MODELS - 7PM - 7PM
526 West 26th Street, #9F
New York City, NY

as part of the exhibition ARTICULATE REMAINS:

RELIEFS, SCULPTURES, AND 

ASSEMBLAGES BY JANE GENNARO

October 22-November 14, 2009 

Gennaro will be reading her monologue “Shaking the Goose Egg” eight times during the run of the exhibition. The monologue recounts her confrontation with a pair of wild geese which was the impetus for beginning the visual work on display.  AND Christopher Cartmill will perform Gennaro's poem MODELS.

Reading schedule with Cartmill:  Friday Nov. 6 at 7pm, Saturday Nov. 7 at 3pm, Thursday Nov. 12 at 7pm, Friday Nov. 13 at 7pm.

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Rogue House Gallery
Jane Gennaro's SHAKING THE GOOSE EGG w/MODELS - 7PM - 7PM
526 West 26th Street, #9F
New York City, NY

as part of the exhibition ARTICULATE REMAINS:

RELIEFS, SCULPTURES, AND 

ASSEMBLAGES BY JANE GENNARO

October 22-November 14, 2009 

Gennaro will be reading her monologue “Shaking the Goose Egg” eight times during the run of the exhibition. The monologue recounts her confrontation with a pair of wild geese which was the impetus for beginning the visual work on display.  AND Christopher Cartmill will perform Gennaro's poem MODELS.

Reading schedule with Cartmill:  Friday Nov. 6 at 7pm, Saturday Nov. 7 at 3pm, Thursday Nov. 12 at 7pm, Friday Nov. 13 at 7pm.

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

Rogue House Gallery
Jane Gennaro's SHAKING THE GOOSE EGG w/MODELS - 7PM - 3PM
526 West 26th Street, #9F
New York City, NY

as part of the exhibition ARTICULATE REMAINS:

RELIEFS, SCULPTURES, AND 

ASSEMBLAGES BY JANE GENNARO

October 22-November 14, 2009 

Gennaro will be reading her monologue “Shaking the Goose Egg” eight times during the run of the exhibition. The monologue recounts her confrontation with a pair of wild geese which was the impetus for beginning the visual work on display.  AND Christopher Cartmill will perform Gennaro's poem MODELS.

Reading schedule with Cartmill:  Friday Nov. 6 at 7pm, Saturday Nov. 7 at 3pm, Thursday Nov. 12 at 7pm, Friday Nov. 13 at 7pm.

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Rogue House Gallery
Jane Gennaro's SHAKING THE GOOSE EGG w/MODELS - 7PM
526 West 26th Street, #9F
New York City, NY

as part of the exhibition ARTICULATE REMAINS:

RELIEFS, SCULPTURES, AND 

ASSEMBLAGES BY JANE GENNARO

October 22-November 14, 2009 

Gennaro will be reading her monologue “Shaking the Goose Egg” eight times during the run of the exhibition. The monologue recounts her confrontation with a pair of wild geese which was the impetus for beginning the visual work on display.  AND Christopher Cartmill will perform Gennaro's poem MODELS.

Reading schedule with Cartmill:  Friday Nov. 6 at 7pm, Saturday Nov. 7 at 3pm, Thursday Nov. 12 at 7pm, Friday Nov. 13 at 7pm.

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

Yutan High School
Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
1200 2nd Street
Yutan, NE
402.625.2243

Cartmill's adaptation rides again.

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7:30PM
Orlando, FL
Price: $15 Adults // $12 Students//$12

The Circle Theater Company presents a production of Christopher Cartmill's popular adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. October 23 - November 1, 2009

Monday, October 19th, 2009

The NYU/Gallatin Theater
TARTUFFE - 7PM
715 Broadway
New York City, NY
USA

A staged reading of Cartmill's version of Molière's comic and controversial play, TARTUFFE! Presented as part of the Theater at Gallatin Living Pages Series.

Friday, September 25th, 2009

The Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at NYU
BAROQUE READING SERIES - 6:30PM
715 Broadway
New York City, NY 10003

Cartmill hosts a reading of Corneille's great L'ILLUSION COMIQUE (The Theatrical Illusion) as part of his class Leviathans, Lovers and Libertines:Baroque Theater and the Aesthetics of Grandeur.   

715 Broadway, room 401.

Friday, September 11th, 2009

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study
THE DIVINE NARCISSUS of Sor Juana - 6:30PM
715 Broadway
New York City, NY
USA
Christopher Cartmill hosts a reading of THE DIVINE NARCISSUS by the great 17th century Mexican poet and playwright Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz — this is a part of the annual Baroque Reading Series.

Friday, May 8th, 2009

HOME LAND - 7:30PM
12th & R Streets
Lincoln, NE 68588
USA
Ticket Office (402) 472-4747
Price: $30/$15
A new play commissioned by the Lied Center for the Performing Arts. Produced by the Messenger Theatre of NYC. Where are you from? What is the landscape of the human heart? How is the place we call home shaped by our history and our hopes? Playwright Christopher Cartmill explores these questions in an exciting and moving new play written specifically for the Lied Center for Performing Arts and for ALL those who have longed for home. A female Native doctor fulfilling a promise and building a practice, a Spanish conquistador who has lost his way a vast ancient prairie, a young man seeking shelter safety and a new life free of persecution, a young man and woman transformed by violent encounter, an guilty army officer intent on peace and justice, a French trapper embracing freedom, a suburban housewife trying to put the finishing touches on new house and a Native Chief standing for his right to go home: all these and more share the stage and discover that we perhaps have things common that transcend even time. HOME LAND will be performed in a staged event reading. Directed by Kristin Horton with Renee Sans Souci Maria Teresa Creasey Teddy Cañez Annie Henk David Strathairn Kathryn Layng Hwang LeRoy McClain Dan C. Jones Jeremy Kendall

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

HOME LAND - 12PM
12th & R Streets
Lincoln, NE 68588
USA
Ticket Office (402) 472-4747
Price: $4 for students
A new play commissioned by the Lied Center for the Performing Arts. Produced by the Messenger Theatre Company of NYC. What is the landscape of the human heart? How is the place we call home shaped by our history and our hopes? Playwright Christopher Cartmill explores these questions in an exciting and moving new play written specifically for the Lied Center for Performing Arts and for ALL those who have longed for home. A female Native doctor fulfilling a promise and building a practice, a Spanish conquistador who has lost his way a vast ancient prairie, a young man seeking shelter safety and a new life free of persecution, a young man and woman transformed by violent encounter, an guilty army officer intent on peace and justice, a suburban housewife trying to put the finishing touches on new house and a Native Chief standing for his right to go home: all these share the stage and discover that we perhaps have things common that transcend even time. (This performance is part of a three-part project inspired by the historic trial of Chief Standing Bear.) HOME LAND will be performed in a staged event reading Directed by Kristin Horton. with Renee Sans Souci Maria Teresa Creasey Teddy Cañez Annie Henk David Strathairn Kathryn Layng Hwang LeRoy McClain Dan C. Jones Jeremy Kendall

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

HOME LAND - 7:30PM
12th and R Streets
Lincoln, NE 68588
USA
Ticket Office 402.472.4747
Price: $30/$15
A new play commissioned by the Lied Center for the Performing Arts. Produced by the Messenger Theatre of NYC. What is the landscape of the human heart? How is the place we call home shaped by our history and our hopes? Playwright Christopher Cartmill explores these questions in an exciting and moving new play written specifically for the Lied Center for Performing Arts and for ALL those who have longed for home. A female Native doctor fulfilling a promise and building a practice, a Spanish conquistador who has lost his way a vast ancient prairie, a young man seeking shelter safety and a new life free of persecution, a young man and woman transformed by violent encounter, an guilty army officer intent on peace and justice, a suburban housewife trying to put the finishing touches on new house and a Native Chief standing for his right to go home: all these share the stage and discover that we perhaps have things common that transcend even time. (This performance is part of a three-part project inspired by the historic trial of Chief Standing Bear.) HOME LAND will be performed in a staged event reading Directed by Kristin Horton. with Renee Sans Souci Maria Teresa Creasey Teddy Cañez Annie Henk David Strathairn Kathryn Layng Hwang LeRoy McClain Dan C. Jones Jeremy Kendall

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

HOME LAND - 7:30PM
12th & R Streets
Lincoln, NE 68588
USA
Ticket Office (402) 472-4747
Price: $30/$15
A new play commissioned by the Lied Center for the Performing Arts. Produced by the Messenger Theatre of NYC. What is the landscape of the human heart? How is the place we call home shaped by our history and our hopes? Playwright Christopher Cartmill explores these questions in an exciting and moving new play written specifically for the Lied Center for Performing Arts and for ALL those who have longed for home. A female Native doctor fulfilling a promise and building a practice, a Spanish conquistador who has lost his way a vast ancient prairie, a young man seeking shelter safety and a new life free of persecution, a young man and woman transformed by violent encounter, an guilty army officer intent on peace and justice, a suburban housewife trying to put the finishing touches on new house and a Native Chief standing for his right to go home: all these share the stage and discover that we perhaps have things common that transcend even time. (This performance is part of a three-part project inspired by the historic trial of Chief Standing Bear.) HOME LAND will be performed in a staged event reading Directed by Kristin Horton. with Renee Sans Souci Maria Teresa Creasey Teddy Cañez Annie Henk David Strathairn Kathryn Layng Hwang LeRoy McClain Dan C. Jones Jeremy Kendall

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Andover High School
THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM
Andover, KS
Performances of Christopher Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM — April 2nd to 4th.

Friday, March 13th, 2009

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study
de Vigny's CHATTERTON - 7PM
715 Broadway, room 401
New York City, NY
Christopher will host an invited reading of Alfred de Vigny's 1834 play CHATTERTON — one of the great all-but-forgotten works of the 19th century theater. De Vigny's telling of the tale of the poet Thomas Chatterton — art, commerce, passion, despair, sacrifice, opium and the sleepless soul! A huge success when it premiered, the play created a critical debate similar to that of Corneille's LE CID 200 years earlier. Melodrama reaching to level of Tragedy! How dare de Vigny do such a thing? "It is the story of a man who has written a letter in the morning and who waits for the answer in the evening; the answer comes, and it kills him!"

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Palisade High School
THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM
Palisade, CO
Performances of Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM — February 25th to 27th.

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

Lincoln Southeast High School's Jennifer L. Dorsey-Howley Perfor
THE CHOIR - 7:30PM
Lincoln Southeast High School
Lincoln, NE
Price: $8 for adults, $7 for students a
"Think of the beginning of things. Think of the reality of hope. Think of the possibilities. And, then sing about them." Christopher Cartmill's original play with music THE CHOIR opens the newly renovated performing arts center at LSE. Directed by Carol Svoboda.

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

Lincoln Southeast High School's Jennifer L. Dorsey-Howely Perfor
THE CHOIR - 7:30PM
Lincoln Southeast High School
Lincoln, NE
Price: $8 for adults, $7 for students a
"Think of the beginning of things. Think of the reality of hope. Think of the possibilities. And, then sing about them." Christopher Cartmill's original play with music THE CHOIR opens the newly renovated performing arts center at LSE. Directed by Carol Svoboda.

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

Lincoln Southeast High School's Jennifer L. Dorsey-Howely Perfor
THE CHOIR - 7:30PM
Lincoln Southeast High School
Lincoln, NE
Price: $8 for adults, $7 for students a
"Think of the beginning of things. Think of the reality of hope. Think of the possibilities. And, then sing about them." Christopher Cartmill's original play with music THE CHOIR opens the newly renovated performing arts center at LSE. Directed by Carol Svoboda.

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 1:30PM
Lexington, VA
USA
540.458.8000
Price: Adult $10, Senior $9, Non-W&L St
Christopher performs THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES.

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

THE ROBBERS OF MADDERBLOOM - 2PM
Lexington, VA
USA
540.458.8000
Price: no ticket required
A reading of Cartmill's (aka William Wititterly) play THE ROBBERS OF MADDERBLOOM.

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA - 7:30PM
100 Glasgow Street
Lexington, VA 24450
USA
540.458.8000
2009 Flournoy Playwright Christopher Cartmill directs his play, THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA. February 4th thru 7th.

Friday, February 6th, 2009

THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA - 7:30PM
100 Glasgow Street
Lexington, VA 24450
USA
540.458.8000
2009 Flournoy Playwright Christopher Cartmill directs his play, THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA. February 4th thru 7th.

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLVA DRDA - 7:30PM
100 Glasgow Street
Lexington, VA 24450
USA
540.458.800
2009 Flournoy Playwright Christopher Cartmill directs his play, THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA. February 4th thru 7th.

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA - 7:30PM
Lexington, VA 24450
USA
2009 Flournoy Playwright Christopher Cartmill directs his play, THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA. February 4th thru 7th.

Saturday, January 24th, 2009

Warroad Public School
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Warroad, MN
Performances of Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW —January 24th to February 7th.

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Middle School of the Kennebunks
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Newton, NH
Performances of Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW — January 22nd and 23rd.

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

The Drama Club
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Douglas, AZ
Performance of Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW — Dec 2nd & 3rd

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7:30PM
Morgantown, WV 26506
USA
304.293.7469
Christopher Cartmill's successful adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.

Friday, October 24th, 2008

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7:30PM
Morgantown, WV 26506
USA
304.293.7469
Christopher Cartmill's successful adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEP HOLLOW.

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7:30PM
Morgantown, WV 26506
USA
304.293.7469
Christopher Cartmill's successful adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

at Playwrights Horizons
HOME LAND - 8PM
An extraordinary company, MIXED PHOENIX THEATER GROUP, presents a reading in NYC of the Lied Commissioned play, HOME LAND by Christopher Cartmill. For more information you can contact mptgroup@yahoo.com. Also look for the other work this exciting group is up to.

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

The Alvin Ailey Studios
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW - 7PM-9PM
Christopher directs and hosts an open workshop rehearsal of his adaptation of Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.

Saturday, September 27th, 2008

THE FERRIS WHEEL SONG in the Coney Island Film Festival - 12PM
SIDESHOWS BY THE SEASHORE 3006 W. 12th St.
Brooklyn, NY
Price: Full Pass: Includes opening nigh
THE FERRIS WHEEL SONG is an Official Selection in the 8th Annual Coney Island Film Festival. AND IT KICKS OFF THE FIRST DAY OF SCREENINGS! Written and staring by Christopher Cartmill with Joe Schulz as the Childish Friend. Directed by Richard Jack. Produced by Richard Ende. September 26-28, 2008 at Sideshows By The Seashore and The Coney Island Museum in the historic Brooklyn neighborhood Coney Island, New York!

Friday, September 26th, 2008

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study
Vondel's LUCIFER - 6:30PM
715 Broadway, room 401
New York City, NY
Christopher curates a reading of Joost van den Vondel's all but forgotten 1654 masterpiece, LUCIFER, is read as part of the Baroque Theater Series.

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES: FORWARD & REVERSE - 6:00PM
318 West 53rd Street
New York City, NY 10019
USA
212.757.2424
Price: $25 ($10 Admission & $15 drink a
Don't let the name fool you. The B'way Comedy Club is not just a venue for stand-up. Christopher will be performing his monologue for two nights in the Broadway Theater District, in the heart of Times Square.

Sunday, September 21st, 2008

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES: FORWARD & REVERSE - 6:00PM
318 West 53rd Street
New York City, NY 10019
USA
212.757.2323
Price: $25 ($10 admission & $15 drink a
Don't let the name fool you. The B'way Comedy Club is not just a venue for stand-up. Christopher will be performing his monologue for two nights in the Broadway Theater District, in the heart of Times Square.

Monday, September 15th, 2008

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU
GALLATIN THEATER WORKSHOP — ADAPATION: Phaedra Reflected and Refracted - 7PM
The Theater at Gallatin/715 Broadway
New York City, NY
Professors Kristin Horton, Ben Steinfeld and Christopher Cartmill present an open exploration series of workshops on ADAPTATION. 9.15.08 — PHAEDRA REFLECTED AND REFRACTED. The story of Phaedra and her ill-fated love for Hippolytus from Euripides to Sarah Kane reveals a great deal about the power and play of Adaptation.

Friday, September 5th, 2008

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU
Calderón's LIFE IS A DREAM - 6:30PM
715 Broadway, room 401
New York City, NY
Christopher curates a reading of Calderón's LIFE IS A DREAM as part of the Baroque Theater Series.

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Christopher begins the Fall semester at NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study teaching LEVIATHANS, LOVERS AND LIBERTINES: BAROQUE THEATER AND THE AESTHETICS OF GRANDEUR.

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008

Time Traveller: OUR ANCESTORS - 10:30AM
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free w/ admission to museum
Christopher appears as Julian, the Time Traveller, in the ongoing Art Institute family performance/lecture, with Bethany Pickens and highlighting objects from the extraordinary Benin exhibition. In Fullerton auditorium of the AIC.

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM
Christopher's play is now available at www.playscripts.com. Order a copy today!

Friday, May 9th, 2008

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES (All New!) - 7:30 PM
Lincoln, NE
USA
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES were conceived as a changing work — a solo performance of experiences that have changed a playwright. And this will be the ALL NEW version performed in the Lied Center's Johnny Carson Theater. Directed by Christine Marie Brown, with sound designed by Philip Nolan.

Monday, April 7th, 2008

Washington & Lee University has chosen Christopher Cartmill to be the 2009 featured playwright for the seventh annual festival, following the likes of Paula Vogel and Neil LaBute. Ruth E. Flournoy Theatre Endowment and celebrates the pivotal role of the playwright in theatre arts and encourages dramatic writing in the United States and throughout the world.

Sunday, March 16th, 2008

Puck Fair (Lafayette Street, just south of Houston, opposite the
5th annual Echoes Reading - starting at 1pm
298 Lafayette St.
New York City, NY 10012
USA
212-431-1200
Price: $20 includes Brunch & 2 selected
"Echoes"... A Literary Brunch — an afternoon hosted by Chris Kelly and Colum McCann at Puck Fair ("A revisionist Irish pub for those who think and drink big"). Christopher Cartmill joins writers including Joe Hurly (Rogue's March), Frank McCourt (Angela's Ashes), Pete Hamill (Latest novel 'Forever') and Tom Kelly ('Payback) reading their favorite Irish poems/passage — "stand at the pulpit and roar at the converted. It's an enlightening experience."

Monday, March 10th, 2008

New York University
6PM-8PM
New York University's Bronfman Hall (7 E. 10th St.)
New York City, NY
Price: free
GALLATIN TEACHERS READING, with Professors GEORGE SHULMAN, GREG ERICKSON, SCOTT KORB, & CHRISTOPHER CARTMILL, reading from their recently published or soon-to-be-published books. Christopher reads from the soon to be publsihed SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM.

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

LA CHASSE (The Hunt) - 7pm
49 Amenia Road
Sharon, CT 06069
USA
(860) 364-7469
The Aglet Theatre Company presents a staged reading of Christopher Cartmilll's LA CHASSE (The Hunt) at the TriArts Sharon Playhouse. It is Paris in the 1830's. The beginnings of the relationship between the French Romantic painter Eugène Delacroix and his distant cousin, Joséphine de Lavallette, baroness de Forget. Directed by Andrew Joffe.

Friday, February 29th, 2008

The Kennedy Center Annual Meeting
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES
Price: by invitation only
Christopher performs the (all new) NEBRASKA DISPATCHES for the Kennedy Center meeting, with a spoken word piece by poet Renee Sans Souci and discussion lead byJohn Mangan and Nancy Engin-Wedin

Monday, February 25th, 2008

EDWARD HOPPER AND THE OPEN NARRATIVE
111 Michigan Avenue South
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: by special arrangement
Christopher Cartmill has created an inter-active performance exploring the theatrical and cinematic narratives in the works of Edward Hopper in conjunction with the AIC's exhibition of the great American artist. Performed with Chicago actress Barbara Robertson. February 25 - 28.

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

GALLATIN SCHOOL at NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
ANDRÉ by William Dunlap - 6:30PM-8:30PM
715 Broadway, Seminar room 401
New York City, NY 10011
Price: free
Christopher hosts a reading of William Dunlap's 1792 play of heroism and betrayal during the American Revolution. Professional actors and students unite to read this unique and important play but "the Father of American Drama."

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

tba
301 North 12th Street
Lincoln, NE 68588
USA
Christopher goes to Lincoln, Nebraska for presentations on THE HOMELAND TRILOGY for Lied Center for the Performing Arts

Friday, February 8th, 2008

Saint Peter's Church, Chelsea
HOUSE PARTY - 7 PM - 10 PM
346 West 20th Street
New York City, NY 10011
USA
Price: $10 donation
Christopher participates with the Gad's Hill Theater company in a HOUSE PARTY! to raise money for the upcoming season. Look for monologues from TESTIMONY and THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. Come thirsty and leave content you have helped a worthy cause.

Tuesday, February 5th, 2008

Barnes & Noble (82nd and Broadway)
Adam Langer's ELLINGTON BOULEVARD - 7pm
2289 Broadway New York, NY 10024
New York City, NY
212-362-8835
Price: free
Christopher reads again from Adam Langer's new novel ELLINGTON BOULEVARD at Barne's & Noble, with Jane Gennaro, Brian Hotaling and Barbara Hammond.

Saturday, February 2nd, 2008

TIME TRAVELLER - 11:30 AM and 12:30 PM
111 Michigan Avenue South
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Julian, the Time Traveller returns with a new show for the entire family.

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

readings from Adam Langer's "Ellington Boulevard" - 7pm
828 Broadway at 12th St East Village (Subway: L, N, Q, R, W, 4,
New York City, NY
212-473-1452
Price: free
Cartmill reads with novelist and playwright Adam Langer from Adam's new novel "Ellington Boulevard" at the Strand Bookstore. "Langer zeroes in on the zany uniqueness of living in Manhattan in his new novel, Ellington Boulevard, inhabited by a colorful cross-section of Upper West Siders." Introducing the author is literary blogger Ron Hogan. Reading with Adam from "Ellington Boulevard" will be Jane Gennaro, Barbara Hammond, Christopher Cartmill and Kathleen O'Grady

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

Christopher begin his Spring semester class — ROMANTICS AND REVOLUTIONARIES: Theater and Theatricality in the Age of Revolution at NYU's Gallatin School

Friday, December 7th, 2007

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
Manchester, NE
800.688.1249
SNHU presents Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. December 7 - 10

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

Lincoln Southeast High School
LIGHT IN LOVE
2930 South 37th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
Cartmill's 'Light in Love' directed by Carol Svoboda performed at Lincoln Southeast High School performed November 1st to 3rd.

Friday, October 12th, 2007

The Producers' Club
THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA - 7:30pm
358 West 44th Street
New York City, NY
A public reading of Christopher Cartmill's play at New York's Producers' Club.

Saturday, September 15th, 2007

THE TIME TRAVELLER - 11:30am & 12:30pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603-6110
USA
Price: free with the price of admission
Christopher is part of the Art Institute's day-long celebration of AMERICAN

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

New York City, NY
Class begins for the Fall. The sequel to 'Romantics and Revolutionaries: Theater and Theatricality in the Age of Revoluion' . . . LEVIATHANS, LOVERS AND LIBERTINES: BAROQUE THEATER AND THE AESTHETICS OF GRANDEUR. Molière, Calderón, Vondel, Behn, Dryden, Lully, Håndel, etc.

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

The Lied Center for the Performing Arts
The Lied Lunch - 11:30am to 1pm
301 North 12th Street
Lincoln, NE 68588
USA
Christopher reads from the new NEBRASKA DISPATCHES and selections from his new work TESTIMONY in the Johnny Carson Theater of the Lied Center for Performing Arts.

Monday, August 27th, 2007

Valentine Parker, Jr. Center
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 4:30pm
Macy, NE 68039
Price: free
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES performed in Macy, Nebraska, on the Reservation of the Omaha People.

Friday, August 17th, 2007

Niobrara, NE
August 17-19. The 14th annual Ponca Tribal Pow Wow in Niobrara, Nebraska. Cartmill will be attending as part of his residency with the Lied Center for the Performing Arts.

Saturday, August 4th, 2007

THE TIME TRAVELLER - 11:30am & 12:30pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603-6110
USA
Price: free with the price of admission
The Time Traveller series continues. Christopher writes and performs. With dancer Pranita Jain and tabla player Kalyan Pathak. Twist, Twirl and Swing with 'Movement in Art.'

Thursday, August 2nd, 2007

The Omaha Pow Wow Grounds
Macy, NE
402.837.5728
August 2-5, the annual Omaha Harvest Pow Wow in Macy, NE. Cartmill will be attending as part of his Nebraska residency.

Sunday, June 10th, 2007

ROMEO'S DREAM - 7pm
ROMEO'S DREAM READING with Christopher Cartmill, John Wright, Joe Schulz, Samantha Brahms, Julie Evan Smith, Richard Ende, Virginia Lowery, Tom Budd, Jess Dickey, Jerry Richardson, Christine Marie Brown and Andrew Oswald

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

Time Traveller - 12:30pm and 1:30pm
111 Michigan Aveune
Chicago
Price: free with admission to the museu
Christopher plays Julian, the Time Traveller, for the AIC's BEHIND THE LIONS day.

Friday, May 11th, 2007

The Great Plains Study Center
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 7:30pm
1155 'Q' Street
Lincoln, NE
USA
Price: by invitation
Christopher performs for an invited audience in Lincoln, Nebraska on the day celebrating Chief Standing Bear. Directed by Christine Brown with sound design by Philip Nolan

Monday, April 30th, 2007

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 7:30pm
137 14th Street, 2nd floor
New York City, NY
Price: $10
Christopher performs his new solo performance about his summer in Nebraska. Directed by Christine Brown with sound design by Philip Nolan.

Saturday, April 28th, 2007

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 7:30pm
137 14th Street, 2nd floor
New York City, NY
Price: $10
Christopher performs his new solo performance about his summer in Nebraska. Directed by Christine Brown with sound design by Philip Nolan.

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

TIME TRAVELLER: DESERT DELIGHTS - 1pm
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Christopher plays Julian, the Time Traveller and works with the extraordinary percussionist/musician Omar Musfi.

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

LIFE ALONG THE SILK ROAD - 11am
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
In Fullerton Hall. Part of the Art Institute's VOICES program

Friday, April 13th, 2007

THE SILK ROAD - 10am
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: by special arrangment
a school performance of THE SILK ROAD with pipa player and Silk Road Ensemble member Yang Wei and dancer Pranita Jain

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

THE SILK ROAD - 10am
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: by special arrangment
a school performance of THE SILK ROAD with pipa player and Silk Road Ensemble member Yang Wei and dancer Pranita Jain

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

THE SILK ROAD - 10am
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: by special arrangment
a school performance of THE SILK ROAD with pipa player and Silk Road Ensemble member Yang Wei and dancer Pranita Jain

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

THE SILK ROAD - 10am
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: by special arrangment
a school performance of THE SILK ROAD with pipa player and Silk Road Ensemble member Yang Wei and dancer Pranita Jain

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

LIFE ALONG THE SILK ROAD - 12pm
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Part of the Art Institute's VOICES programs.

Monday, April 9th, 2007

111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Christopher again is artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Chicago, along with Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble.

Monday, April 9th, 2007

THE MASTER AND THE MONKEY KING - 12pm
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
In Fullerton Hall. Part of the Art Institute of Chicago's VOICES program. Christopher Cartmill performs with Barbara Robertson

Tuesday, March 27th, 2007

The Access Theater
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 7:30pm
380 Broadway, 4th floor (Broadway two blocks south of Canal St.)
New York City, NY
Price: $5

Monday, March 26th, 2007

The Access Theater
THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES - 7:30pm
380 Broadway, 4th floor (Broadway two blocks south of Canal St.)
New York City, NY
Price: $5
Christopher Cartmill previews his new monologue as part of Gad's Hill Theater Company's PROJECT NIGHTS. THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES deal with Christopher's time researching the HOMELAND PLAYS. 'Going home can be the greastest adventure, especially when you're not sure whose home it is.'

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA - 8pm
380 Broadway, 4th floor (Broadway two blocks south of Canal St.)
New York City, NY
Price: $15
Cartmill's new play, THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA, opens at the Access Theater, NYC — directed by Yuval Hadadi — and runs through April 1.

Saturday, March 3rd, 2007

FRAGMENT OF A TURKISH TALE: Byron, Delacroix and the Battle of Hassan and the Giaour - 2pm-3pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher Cartmill is Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. He will be doing 20 minute performances, SILK ROAD INSPIRATIONS, followed by discussion and demonstrations.

Friday, March 2nd, 2007

IN THE PEACH TREE PAVILION: The Poets of T'ang Dynasty China - 2pm-3pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher Cartmill is Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. He will be doing 20 minute performances, SILK ROAD INSPIRATIONS, followed by discussion and demonstrations.

Thursday, March 1st, 2007

ONE OF A THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS: A Litte Known Tale from the Arabian Nights - 2pm-3pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher Cartmill is Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. He will be doing 20 minute performances, SILK ROAD INSPIRATIONS, followed by discussion and demonstrations.

Wednesday, February 28th, 2007

HOLDING THE LION'S PAW: The Great Sufi Poets - 2pm-3pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher Cartmill is Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. He will be doing 20 minute performances, SILK ROAD INSPIRATIONS, followed by discussion and demonstrations.

Tuesday, February 27th, 2007

WHEN A GOD TAKES A BODY: The Indian Classic, The Bhagavad Gita - 2pm-3pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher Cartmill is Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. He will be doing 20 minute performances, SILK ROAD INSPIRATIONS, followed by discussion and demonstrations.

Monday, February 26th, 2007

BUTTERFLY DREAMS AND HEAVENLY RITES: The Wisdom of the Ancient Chinese Masters Lao Tze and Confucius - 2pm-3pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher Cartmill is Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. He will be doing 20 minute performances, SILK ROAD INSPIRATIONS, followed by discussion and demonstrations.

Saturday, February 24th, 2007

check daily schedules in the museum
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Christopher Cartmill is artist-in-residence at the Art Institute as part of the year long exploration of the Silk Road — from Feb 22 to Mar 3

Saturday, February 3rd, 2007

11am and 1pm
Christopher Cartmill performs TIME TRAVELLERS: SILK ROAD JOURNEY with musicians Omar Al Musfi, Kinan Abu Afash and Betti Xiang

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

The Silk Road and Beyond: Travel, Trade, and Transformation - 6pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: $10 for member, $15 for non-memb
Christopher Cartmill creates the anthology program of poetry from the Silk Road and reads with Barbara Robertson. With Doug Brush on percussion. Exotic Arabic odes, ancient Chinese melodies, tales of heroic Persian horsemen, and mesmerizing rhythms of Indian tabla weave a world of literary magic as talented actors, musicians, and slide images tell the stories of the Silk Road. Cosponsored with the Poetry Foundation.

Friday, January 12th, 2007

CDCT's "Love on a Shoestring"
1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE
Washington, D.C.
202.889.5901
The Community Dance Connection Theatre travels to Washington, DC for performances of new and established works about love, including performances of two of Christopher Cartmill's short works - "On the Peculiarity of Feeling" and the premiere of "Soy Amor" Also performing January 13

Saturday, December 16th, 2006

CDCT's "Love on a Shoestring" - 7pm
Lexington, VA
The Community Dance Connection Theatre presents an evening of new and established works about love, including performances of two of Christopher Cartmill's short works - "On the Peculiarity of Feeling" and the premiere of "Soy Amor." Performance also Sunday, December 17 at 7pm

Friday, December 15th, 2006

NEW ORLEANS STORIES: READING TO RENEW - 8pm
119 Main Street
Nyack, NY
866.811.4111
Christopher Cartmill directs the second incarnation of NEW ORLEANS STORIES: READING TO RENEW at Nyack's historic theater — with performances by Natasha Williams, Brian Coats, Keith Byron Kirk, Bruce Kronenburg, Darrell Larson, Karen Kitz, Kathleen O'Grady, Suzie Devoe, John Wright, Kathleen Chalfant, Michelle Hurst, Elise Chabbert and more, plus film segments by Jonathan Demme. Proceeds will go to the Lusher Charter School of New Orleans (most of whose students are still living in FEMA trailers) to replace band instruments for the middle and high school.

Friday, November 17th, 2006

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
CVCA in Cuyahuga Falls, Ohio will be performing Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW November 17 & 18

Friday, October 13th, 2006

St. Peter's Episcopal Church
THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM - 7pm
346 West 20th (btwn 8th & 9th) next to the Atlantic Theater
New York City, NY
Price: free
An informal staged-ish reading of THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM in honor of visiting Washington and Lee drama students and Friday the 13th. What's better than a comedy/mystery about the power superstition?

Monday, October 2nd, 2006

READING TO RENEW - 7pm
217 East 42nd Street
New York City, NY
Price: $15 suggested donation
As part of the Culture Project's IMPACT FESTIVAL, GROOP (Christopher, Barbara Hammond, Adam Langer and Jane Gennaro) curates and Christopher directs an evening of readings from the Delta accompanied by Derrick McQueen's transfixing a capella renditions of gospel hymns. Proceeds from this benefit will go to the Hancock County Library's rebuilding efforts.

Saturday, September 30th, 2006

PERSIA: MAJESTY AND RIDERS - 2:30pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher performs his adaptation of the great Persian epic, the Shanameh.

Saturday, September 30th, 2006

DRAGONS IN THE MIST - 1pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with the price of admission
Christopher performs his AIC favorite DRAGONS IN THE MIST, an introduction to Chinese Art through the image of the dragon.

Saturday, September 30th, 2006

Time Traveller - 12pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher performs as Julian, the Time Traveller, in a improvised and interactive trip on the Silk Road.

Saturday, September 30th, 2006

WE'RE RIDING ON A CARAVAN - 10:30am
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Celebrate the first day of the AIC's SILK ROAD. Christopher will be peforming four times in the museum's theaters.

Thursday, September 7th, 2006

Asian Theater: Ritual and Performance
Christopher begins the fall semester teaching at Gallatin

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006

Rough Magic Productions
THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA - 7:30pm
Rough Magic Productions of Lincoln, Nebraska reads Christopher's THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA. For more informantion about the company email them at roughmagicproductions@yahoo.com

Friday, August 18th, 2006

Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of Washington Irving's THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW is published by Playscripts, Inc. and is now available.

Monday, August 7th, 2006

Christopher begins a residency at KHM, an artists' retreat in Nebraska City, Nebraska.

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

Georges Seurat - 12pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission the museum
A Voices performance with Christopher Cartmill and Mary Ernster

Monday, July 24th, 2006

THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA - 7pm
70 North 6th Street (btwn Kent and Wythe)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
718.782.5188
A reading of Christopher's new play at Williamsburg's Galapagos Art Space. With Barbara Hammond,read by Jeff Pucillo, Dana Watkins, Michael Anderson, John Wright and Brenda Withers Directions: From Manhattan by Subway - Take the L train (catch it along 14th Street in the City) to Bedford Ave. (1st stop in Brooklyn). You’ll be on Bedford Avenue and North 7 Street, walk one block to N. 6th, make a right and walk 2 1/2 blocks down to #70. We're between Wythe Avenue and Kent Avenue. Or take the JMZ to Marcy Ave. Walk two blocks west (toward the river) on Broadway, to Bedford Ave. Catch the B61 bus on the corner and take it to N7 (approximately 5 minute ride). From the rest of Brooklyn! - Take the G train to the Metropolitan / Lorimer stop, transfer to the L train in the direction of Manhattan, go one stop to Bedford Avenue. Once out of the subway you’ll be on Bedford Avenue and North 7 Street, walk one block to N. 6th, make a right and walk 2 1/2 blocks down to #70. We're between Wythe Avenue and Kent Avenue. From Manhattan by Car - Take the outer right hand lane across the Williamsburg Bridge, get off at the first exit (Broadway) and curve around to the right 180 degrees until you’re heading back toward the river on Broadway. At Bedford Avenue, the 2nd stoplight, make a right. Go under the bridge (you’ll be in the south streets) and continue on to North 6th street (about 10 blocks). At North 6 Street make a left and we’re 2 1/2 blocks down, on the left at #70. We're between Wythe Avenue and Kent Avenue. Once you’re off the bridge the streets are all small streets with slow, neighborhood traffic. So you’ll have lots of time to see street signs and make decisions.

Wednesday, July 19th, 2006

The Players Club
7pm
Christopher plays Larry in a reading of Frances C. Jones' film adaptation of Wallace Stegner's 'Crossing to Safety' with Kathleen O'Grady and Elizabeth Berkley.

Saturday, June 17th, 2006

THE END OF . . . - 7:30pm
800 P Street, Suite 301
Lincoln, NE
(402)730-3936
Price: Tickets are $10 for adults and $
Rough Magic Productions presents and Laura Kendall directs

Friday, June 16th, 2006

THE END OF . . . - 7:30pm
800 P Street, Suite 301
Lincoln, NE
(402)730-3936
Price: $10 for adults and $5 for studen
Rough Magic Productions presents and Laura Kendall directs

Thursday, June 15th, 2006

THE END OF . . . - 7:30pm
800 P Street, Suite 301
Lincoln, NE
(402)730-3936
Price: $10 for adults and $5 for studen
Rough Magic Productions presents and Laura Kendall directs

Saturday, June 10th, 2006

THE END OF . . . - 7:30pm
800 P Street, Suite 301
Lincoln, NE
(402)730-3936
Price: $10 for adults and $5 for studen
Rough Magic Productions presents and Laura Kendall directs

Friday, June 9th, 2006

THE END OF . . . - 7:30pm
800 P Street, Suite 301
Lincoln, NE
(402)730-3936
Price: $10 for adults and $5 for studen
Rough Magic Production presents and Laura Kendall directs

Thursday, June 8th, 2006

THE END OF . . . - 7:30pm
800 P Street, Suite 301
Lincoln, NE
(402)730-3936
Price: $10 for adults and $5 for studen
Rough Magic Productions presents and Laura Kendall directs Rough Magic is launching an annual summer new work festival entitled ‘GO’ at the Loft at the Mill this June.  This festival is an opportunity to view original work     New Rough Magic Artistic Director Jack Carpenter wants to focus on creating original theatre for Lincoln.  “The purpose of GO is to create opportunities to showcase the talent we have of every medium in our hometown.  We are the only theatre company in Lincoln whose mission is to develop the unique artistic voice of Nebraska; that’s what Rough Magic and GO is all about,” says Carpenter.    with an additional performance at 10:30 p.m. on Friday, June 9 and June 16. The production features an ensemble cast of Lindsay Cooke, Matt Gee, Mike Goode, Lacey Hannan, Brok Kerbrat, Laura Kendall, Sean McGill, Rachael Miller, Eric Ojeda, Rebecca Reineke, Whitney Rhodes, and John Ryan.  Directors include Noelle Bohaty, Joel Egger, Mary Gaetz, Laura Kendall, Jen Lukas and Gregory Peters.  Featured playwrights are Christopher Cartmill, Jody Christopherson, Jack Loscutoff, Andrew Marshall and Gregory Peters.   

Saturday, June 3rd, 2006

11am
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission the museum
Christopher interviews award-winning author Blue Balliett

Saturday, June 3rd, 2006

Time Travellers: When I Grow Up - 12:30pm and 1pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
Price: free with admission to the Museu
Christopher plays Julian the Time Traveller for the Art Institute's Behind the Lions Day. An interactive show for the entire family full of music, dance and laughter

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

THE GALLATIN ARTS FESTIVAL at the Manhattan Theater Source
THE END OF . . . - 7:30pm
Christopher's short play THE END OF . . . is performed as part of Gallatin's annual Arts Festival

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

FRENCH REVELATIONS: PAINTER/POET GIRODET - 6pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
312.575.8000
Price: $10/$15
Painter/poet Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy Trioson flourished during the era of the French Revolution. A student of Jacques-Louis David, he assertively tried to out do his mentor. Yannik Mercoyrol, cultural attaché to the Consolute General of France, presents, with Christopher Cartmill, highlights of Girodet's literary work matched by a survey of his most noted paintings. Operatic parlor songs by composers like Glück and Offenbach are presented by singers from the Lyric Opera Center for American Artists. Part of the current AIC exhibition Girodet: Romantic Rebel.

Thursday, March 2nd, 2006

SPRING - 12pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Christopher and Barbara Robertson perform Christopher's SPRING show for the Art Institute of Chicago's Voices Program.

Saturday, February 25th, 2006

Time Travellers - 12:30pm & 1:30pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Christopher plays Julian the Time Traveller for the Art Institute's Behind the Lions Day. An interactive show for the entire family full of music, dance and laughter

Saturday, January 21st, 2006

NIETZSCHE: MY HEART, MY SERPENT - 3pm
15 East 65th (between 5th & Madison)
New York City, NY
USA
212.288.8020
Price: $45
Christopher portrays the philosopher Nietzsche — the compelling language of Nietzche's masterpiece ZARATHUSTRA, along with excerpts from his letters and diaries, adapted by scholar James Melo. Works by some of the greatest Romantic composers, the enchanting sounds of a children's chorus, baritone and instrumental interludes. Brahms's 'Four Serious Songs,' Wolf's 'Prometheus' and Liszt's dramatic recitation 'The Sad Monk.' With pre-performance lecture at 2pm.

Thursday, January 19th, 2006

NIETZSCHE: MY HEART, MY SERPENT - 8pm
15 East 65th (between 5th and Madison)
New York City, NY
USA
212.288.8020
Price: $45
Christopher portrays the philosopher Nietzsche — the compelling language of Nietzche's masterpiece ZARATHUSTRA, along with excerpts from his letters and diaries, adapted by scholar James Melo. Works by some of the greatest Romantic composers, the enchanting sounds of a children's chorus, baritone and instrumental interludes. Brahms's 'Four Serious Songs,' Wolf's 'Prometheus' and Liszt's dramatic recitation 'The Sad Monk.' With 7pm pre-performance lecture

Wednesday, January 18th, 2006

NYU/Gallatin
Christopher Cartmill begins his class at the Gallatin School of New York University. ROMANTICS AND REVOLUTIONARIES: THE BIRTH OF POLITICAL THEATER

Wednesday, January 18th, 2006

NIETZSCHE: MY HEART, MY SERPENT - 8pm
15 East 65th Street (between 5th and Madison)
New York City, NY
USA
212.288.8020
Price: $45
Christopher portrays the philosopher Nietzsche — the compelling language of Nietzche's masterpiece ZARATHUSTRA, along with excerpts from his letters and diaries, adapted by scholar James Melo. Works by some of the greatest Romantic composers, the enchanting sounds of a children's chorus, baritone and instrumental interludes. Brahms's 'Four Serious Songs,' Wolf's 'Prometheus' and Liszt's dramatic recitation 'The Sad Monk.' With 7pm pre-performance lecture.

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

A DREAM I HAD — An Invitation to Winter - December 17th at 7pm, December 18th at 3pm & 7pm
Lenfest Center
Lexington, VA 24450
USA
Price: $10
Community Dance Connection Theatre performs; including Christopher Cartmill's short work ON THE PECULIARITY OF FEELING, as well as spoken word work by Jennifer Wise.

Sunday, December 4th, 2005

THE DANCER WHO WORE SNEAKERS - 7PM
405 West 55th Street at Ninth Avenue
New York City, NNY 10011
USA
212.501.2425
Price: $20 ($15 student/senior)
Christopher Cartmill and GAD'S HILL with SASHA SOREFF DANCER THEATER present THE DANCER WHO WORE SNEAKERS AND OTHER TALES: An Evening of Dance Theater choreographed, written and directed by Sasha Soreff with original music by Matt Stine and Cody Owen Stine, costumes by Dawn Marcoccia

Saturday, December 3rd, 2005

THE DANCER WHO WORE SNEAKERS - 8PM
405 West 55th Street at Ninth Avenue
New York City, NY 10019
USA
212.501.2425
Price: $20 ($15 student/senior)
Christopher Cartmill and GAD'S HILL with SASHA SOREFF DANCER THEATER present THE DANCER WHO WORE SNEAKERS AND OTHER TALES: An Evening of Dance Theater choreographed, written and directed by Sasha Soreff with original music by Matt Stine and Cody Owen Stine, costumes by Dawn Marcoccia

Friday, December 2nd, 2005

THE DANCER WHO WORE SNEAKERS - 8PM
405 West 55th Street (at Ninth Avenue)
New York City, NY 10019
USA
212.501.2425
Price: $20 ($15 student/senior)
Christopher Cartmill and GAD'S HILL with SASHA SOREFF DANCER THEATER present THE DANCER WHO WORE SNEAKERS AND OTHER TALES: An Evening of Dance Theater choreographed, written and directed by Sasha Soreff with original music by Matt Stine and Cody Owen Stine, costumes by Dawn Marcoccia

Sunday, November 13th, 2005

TOLSTOY'S LAST DAYS - 3pm
15 East 65th Street
New York City, NY
USA
212.288.8020
Price: $45
Relive the dramatic final days of Tolstoy's life. A narrative based on diaries and letters of Tolstoy and his wife, combined with excerpts from THE DEATH OF IVAN ILYCH, recounts his final journey. The text, intertwined with Rachmaninoff's music for violin, cello and piano creates a theatrical concert that epitomizes Russian tragedy and soulfulness. Vesselin Gellev, violin; Borislav Strulev, cello; Eve Wolf, piano Jonathan Epstein as Count Leo Tolstoy Ariel Bock as Countess Sofya Tolstoy and Christopher Cartmill as the narrator, Peter Ivanovich, and the young Tolstoy Directed by Donald T. Sanders text edited and adapted by Eve Wolf

Thursday, November 10th, 2005

TOLSTOY'S LAST DAYS - 8PM
15 East 65th Street
New York City, NY
USA
212.288.8020
Price: $45
Relive the dramatic final days of Tolstoy's life. A narrative based on diaries and letters of Tolstoy and his wife, combined with excerpts from THE DEATH OF IVAN ILYCH, recounts his final journey. The text, intertwined with Rachmaninoff's music for violin, cello and piano creates a theatrical concert that epitomizes Russian tragedy and soulfulness. Vesselin Gellev, violin; Borislav Strulev, cello; Eve Wolf, piano Jonathan Epstein as Count Leo Tolstoy Ariel Bock as Countess Sofya Tolstoy and Christopher Cartmill as the narrator, Peter Ivanovich, and the young Tolstoy Directed by Donald T. Sanders text edited and adapted by Eve Wolf

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

TOLSTOY'S LAST DAYS - 8PM
15 East 65th Street
New York City, NY
USA
212.288.8020
Price: $45
Relive the dramatic final days of Tolstoy's life. A narrative based on diaries and letters of Tolstoy and his wife, combined with excerpts from THE DEATH OF IVAN ILYCH, recounts his final journey. The text, intertwined with Rachmaninoff's music for violin, cello and piano creates a theatrical concert that epitomizes Russian tragedy and soulfulness. Vesselin Gellev, violin; Borislav Strulev, cello; Eve Wolf, piano Jonathan Epstein as Count Leo Tolstoy Ariel Bock as Countess Sofya Tolstoy and Christopher Cartmill as the narrator, Peter Ivanovich, and the young Tolstoy Directed by Donald T. Sanders text edited and adapted by Eve Wolf

Friday, November 4th, 2005

Balam Dance Theatre's 25th Anniversary Performance - November 4 & 5 at 7pm
25 Jay Street, DUMBOfrom Manhattan take the “F” trai
Brooklyn, NNY
USA
Price: Tickets are $20 general admissio
Dance of the gods - BALAM explores sacred sensibilities in a contemporary Western context. This silver jubilee anniversary season celebrates BALAM’s rich history and will feature: 3 Premieres world premiere's including THE HAUNTING OF LADY M. written by Christopher Cartmill the evening includes live music Gamelan Son of Lion

Saturday, October 1st, 2005

Time Travellers - 11:30am and 12:30pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Christopher plays Julian the Time Traveller for the Art Institute's Behind the Lions Day. An interactive show for the entire family full of music, dance and laughter

Thursday, September 29th, 2005

VOICES: ANDY WARHOL - 12pm
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Christopher Cartmill reads from the diaries and letters of artist Andy Warhol for the Art Institute's VOICES Program.

Friday, September 23rd, 2005

Jane Gennaro's SHAKING THE GOOSE EGG - 8pm
312 West 36th Street, 4th floor
New York City, NNY
USA
Christopher Cartmill directs solo piece by Jane Gennaro. September 22, 23, 24 at 8pm.

Saturday, September 10th, 2005

the film NO RETREAT FROM DESTINY - 1pm
Richmond, VA
USA
Price: $5
Director Kevin Hershberger's new film NO RETREAT FROM DESTINY with Christopher Cartmill in a small role. It was an amazing shoot and this is an amazing film maker. The screening, sponsored by the Virginia Film Office and the Virginia Production Alliance, is open to all cast and crew, as well as the general public. The 102-minute film tells the true story of the Battle of Monocacy and the 1864 Confederate campaign against the U.S. Capitol. Directions and times can be found on-line at www.lionheart-filmworks.com.

Saturday, July 16th, 2005

INCORRUPTIBLE: The Life, Death and Dreams of Maximilien de Robespierre - 2:3pm to 10:30pm (3pm-6pm PART ONE and 7:30pm to 10:30pm PART TW
25 Jay Street (F train to York St. stop, right down Jay Street,
DUMBO Brooklyn, NY
Price: free
a unique staged reading in celebration of Bastille Day (July 14)The schedule is as follows (all are welcome to come watch and listen). 2:30pm - 3pm Orientation 3pm - 3:50pm ACT ONE 4pm - 4:50pm ACT TWO 5pm - 5:50pm ACT TWO 6pm-7:25pm DINNER 7:30pm - 8:20pm ACT FOUR 8:30pm — 9:20pm ACT FIVE 9:30pm - 10:20pm ACT SIX

Monday, July 11th, 2005

The Cornelia Street Cafe
Christopher Cartmill directs MARRIAGE, MARRIAGE, MARRIAGE - 6pm
29 Cornelia Street
New York City, NNY
Chaucer's bawdy stories, "The Miller's Tale" and "The Merchant's Tale" have been fused with "The Wife of Bath's Prologue" with Suzanne Toren, Ken Bolden, Jonathan Cook, David McCann, Johanna Parker, Adam McLaughlin with pianist Flip DeBlasio assistant director Virginia Lowery

Thursday, June 16th, 2005

ROMEO'S DREAM - 7pm
ONE ARM RED offices, 10 Jay Street #903
DUMBO Brooklyn, NY
USA
718.797.0046
Price: free
Christopher Cartmill's play will be read in preparation of a fall season opening. Take the F train to York Street stop (first in Brooklyn) take a right out of the subway and walk down to the water to the last building on the left, the first on the water, elevate to the 9th floor.

Tuesday, May 17th, 2005

Mozart's IMPRESARIO adapted by Christopher Cartmill - Christopher Cartmill's exciting new adaptation of Mozart's IMPRE
One East 29th Street (Subways: 1/9, N/R/W, or 6 to 28th)
New York City, NY 10016
USA
Music Office: 212.684.4174. 
Church of the Transfiguration's "A Little Midday Music" concert series presents Mozart's little 1786 "Singspiel" The Impresario (Der Schauspieldirectkor), with playwright Christopher Cartmill's exciting new adaptation for three performers of Stephanie the Younger's libretto.  This high-spirited one-act jest at the problems of an opera manager's life features sopranos Nancy Loesch and Lynn Norris, tenor Jim Russell and organist Dr. Claudia Dumschat. 

Sunday, May 8th, 2005

Church of the Heavenly Rest
Christopher Cartmill's SAINT GEORGE AND THE DRAGON - 10pm, during the service
Church of the Heavenly Rest (90th and 5th Avenue)
New York City, NY
Price: free
The children of the parish perform. Christopher Cartmill directs.

Thursday, April 28th, 2005

Cooper Union's Hewitt Auditorium
Christopher Cartmill directs MARRIAGE, MARRIAGE, MARRIAGE: a play by Geoffry Chaucer and Leonard Wolf - 8pm
41 Cooper Square (Between 7th and 6th Streets)
New York City, NY
Price: free
Chaucer's bawdy stories, "The Miller's Tale" and "The Merchant's Tale" have been fused with "The Wife of Bath's Prologue" with Suzanne Toren, Ken Bolden, Jonathan Cook, Brian Hotaling, John-Charles Kelly, Johanna Parker, Duane Noch, Andrew Oswald, Karen Kumm, Adam McLaughlin and Leonard Wolf with pianist Flip DeBlasio Mr. Cartmill assisted by Virginia Lowery

Sunday, April 24th, 2005

reading of the screenplay of LA CHASSE
LA CHASSE screenplay - 6pm
an informal reading with Christine Marie Brown, Julie Evan Smith and Michael Milligan

Thursday, March 3rd, 2005

Saint George and the Dragon - 12:30pm
The Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free with admission
Christopher Cartmill will perform his work SAINT GEORGE AND THE DRAGON for the Institute's Voices program, based on the painting by fifteenth century Spanish Artist Bernardo Martorell.

Saturday, February 26th, 2005

Time Travellers: TWIST, TWIRL AND SWING - 11:30am and 12:30pm
The Art Institute of Chicago, 111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
USA
Price: free with admission
Christopher plays Julian the Time Traveller for the Art Institute's Behind the Lions Day. An interactive show for the entire family full of music, dance and laughter

Monday, February 7th, 2005

BEYOND THE PALE - 7pm
64 East 4th Street (Bowery/2nd Avenue)
New York City, NY
USA
Price: free
Monday, February 7th, 2005 Beyond the Pale 7:00 Christopher plays Terry in a reading of Barbara Hammond's full-length play, BEYOND THE PALE, set in an old house in County Down in Northern Ireland.

Sunday, January 16th, 2005

LA CHASSE - 5:30pm
616 Ninth Avenue (btwn 43rd and 44th)
New York City, NY 10019
USA
Price: $20 (readings free)
A staged reading of Christopher Cartmill's play LA CHASSE with Julie Evan Smith, Michael Milligan and Christine Marie Brown. Part of the Ergo Entertainment Winter Festival 2005. At the Producers' Club 2, NYC.

2007

CITIES OF THE SILK ROAD - 12pm
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
In Fullerton Hall. Part of the Art Institute's VOICES program.

2007

LIFE ALONG THE SILK ROAD - 12pm
111 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL
USA
Price: free with admission to the museu
Part of the Art Institute's VOICES programs.

2007

The Art Institute of Chicago
12pm
Price: free with admission to the museu
Part of the A

March 2007

Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, ME
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
The Maine Central Institute Location: Pittsfield, ME, performs Christopher Cartmill's adaptation of Washington Irving's classic tale of ghosts and the gullable. March 9, 2007 - March 26, 2007

March 2007

Gad's Hill at the Access Theater
THE APOTHEOSIS OF VACLAV DRDA
New York City, NY
make plans for the premiere of Cartmill's new play