he Brick Theater, Inc. and The Mad Ones



Samuel and Alasdair:
A Personal History of the Robot War

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"Broadcasting live from the Victory Theater in downtown Irkutsk, it's The at Home Field Guide, brought to you by Soviet Free Radio Order. Today your hosts buck the chaos and mounting panic to bring you an American story of first love and first heartbreak, along with the musical stylings of Alexei ‘Tumbleweed’ Petrovya. Tune in, take heart--and be careful out there, friends."

In an alternate global history, the cold war was decided not by détente, not by nuclear holocaust, but by massive robot invasion. Among the survivors, a team of Russian radio hosts, warmed to a lost culture of 1950s Americana, broadcast a story of brothers’ love drawn straight from the American heartland. Samuel and Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War combines 1950s radio drama, vintage country music, and Soviet science for a look back in time and forward to what's next.


Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War

Featuring Marc Bovino*, Joe Curnutte*, Michael Dalto and Stephanie Wright Thompson*
Written by Marc Bovino* and Joe Curnutte*
Directed and co-conceived by Lila Neugebauer
Co-created by the ensemble
Costume Design - Evan Prizant, Sound Design  - Stowe Nelson, Dramaturgy - Sarah Lunnie

All tickets: $18

April 1 - April 17, 2010
Thu – Sat @ 8pm

only at The Brick

Tickets Available at Theatermania (212-352-3101) or by clicking below:

The Brick
575 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn one block from the Lorimer stop of the L train / Metropolitan stop of the G train


Samuel and Alasdair: A Personal history of the Robot War was developed with the support of The Brick’s Antidepressant Festival and Ars Nova’s 2009 ANT FEST.

The Mad Ones is a human collaboration project comprising Marc Bovino, Joe Curnutte, and Lila Neugebauer. Up with robots. Down with people.