Saturday May 9th – Wild Papers Site Specific Theatrical instillation

“The Wild Papers” is Audrey Dimola’s latest project and initiative, a series of performances and workshops centered around sparking memories and dreams, diving headfirst into the stories that make up our lives, and rediscovering – and reclaiming – the limitless spark of wildness within us all. On May 9th, the Latimer House will be home to the very first incarnation of “The Wild Papers” as a performance – a unique, site-specific experience in the house and its grounds, conceived with Latimer’s spirit of the unconquerable, of innovation and creativity. You will be led through a seamless presentation of vignettes of dreams and memories, told through music, dance, poetry, and theatrical elements both specific and universal, playful and haunting. “The Wild Papers” is an exploration of the joy and poignancy of nostalgia, what we bring with us as we go forward, and what makes us who we are. Featuring: Audrey Dimola, Tyler Rivenbark, Jacob Horstmeier, and Kymberly Nolden. You can find out more about this ongoing project here:
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Celebrated for her dynamic presence both onstage and on the page, Audrey Dimola is a born & raised Queens writer/poet, performer, curator, host, local arts crusader, and “wildfire in a world of fluorescent bulbs.” She is the author of poetry and prose collections “Decisions We Make While We Dream” (2012) and the brand new “TRAVERSALS” (2014), regarded as “a heartrending journey bursting into redemption.” Audrey has performed at Bowery Poetry Club and Brooklyn Museum, curated shows for LaGuardia Performing Arts Center and Queens Museum, and has been featured twice on NY1 TV for her work. Audrey takes great joy in the creative experience of the unexpected – collaborating with fellow artists in various disciplines, stickering her words around the city with her Compass Project, and dreaming up shows and opportunities to reignite the playful spirit in us all. She aims always to stay wild and stay grateful – and there’s a pretty good chance she’s Peter Pan.

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