The Brick Theater, Inc. and Piper McKenzie present “The Granduncle Quadrilogy: Tales from the Land of Ice,” the first of three exclusive podcasts available for download at www.piperm
The live show will be performed beginning with a preview on December 4 at 8 p.m. (tickets are $10). The show opens December 5 and runs through December 20, performing Thursday-Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18. The Brick is at 575 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Tickets are $18 for regular performances. For more, visit www.brickt
“The Walrus and the School of Fish” is the first of three exclusive podcasts produced by Yarn AudioWorks (www.yarnau
A frozen northern country; mammoths and walruses; the legendary death of a saintly child and a twisted winter celebration: the Granduncle Quadrilogy is a holiday special for a made-up holiday. Listen to Granduncle, ancient storyteller and veteran of an endless war, as he and his fellow citizens mix folktales, fictional ethnology, and war stories to conjure a mordant yet moving portrait of an imaginary icebound world that curiously mirrors our own.
The preview and all Friday and Saturday performances will feature custom Granduncle-themed baked goods from “renegade bake sale” Sweet Tooth of the Tiger (www.sweett
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