While September 11, 2001 will forever be a day of
national tragedy, September 12, 2001 was a day of national
confusion, shock and fear. On that day and the days to follow, one
young man grabbed a simple audio recorder and hit the streets -
compelled to speak with strangers about the attacks. The resulting
interviews have been re-created in the nine/twelve tapes just as
they were recorded.
Using analog equipment and an ensemble of actors, each of these
accounts is brought to life with all the background noise and
immediacy of those days intact. Equal parts time-capsule and public
memoir, the nine/twelve tapes give voice to the national psyche and
show us the start of our own recovery.
(Created by Leegrid Stevens and Ryan Pointer and
Directed by Ryan Pointer)
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Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Little Theater, Queens Campus, Queens Campus