Continuing its experiment with social media engagement through Tweet Ups, Woolly Mammoth is inviting ten participants to tweet the final dress rehearsal for their next production, a play which questions “how you’d make sense of the world if all your gizmos were gone.”
This Tweet Up for Mr. Burns, a post-electric play is a one time event and takes play Saturday, May 26. Here’s the schedule:
· 5:30pm: Food and drinks will be provided in Woolly’s lobby, and participants will be able to view the set model and costume design sketches for the show. Participants will hear presentations about the play’s development and rehearsal process from playwright Anne Washburn, Woolly’s Director of Artistic Development and show dramaturg Miriam Weisfeld with some additional members of the artistic and design teams.
· 7pm: Final dress rehearsal for Mr. Burns, a post-electric play begins.
· The evening will conclude with drinks at a bar in the neighborhood after the dress rehearsal.
· Participants are invited to tweet at any point during the presentations and dress rehearsal using the show’s hashtag #WoollyBurns.
If interested, you have until Monday, May 21st, to enter (here’s the form).
Deeksha Gaur, Woolly’s Director of Marketing described lessons learned from Woolly’s first Tweet Up for Civilization (all you can eat).
Anne Washburn’s Mr. Burns, a post-electric play is directed by Steven Cosson and features Kimberly Gilbert, Chris Genebach, Amy McWilliams, Erika Rose, Steve Rosen, Jenna Sokolowski, and James Sugg. Opening night is May 28th. Scheduled run is through July 1, 2012.