BROOKLYN QUARTET

 Episode 1 of the Brooklyn Quartet mini series. FRIENDS

Brooklyn Quartet is a lot...

Brooklyn Quartet is a play

  

"The idea of theater is to create magic.  Possessing courage to allow an audience freedom to imagine is magic's main ingredient.  Brooklyn Quartet is one of those rare moments where magic and metaphor leap from the lips of characters too cool to be cliche, yet too true not to be believed."- reg e gaines (Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk, Director of Brooklyn Quartet)

Brooklyn Quartet is a 4 part mini series. (See the top of this page for episode 1)

Brooklyn Quartet will be a feature film. (more information soon.)

Brooklyn Quartetis a movement. A fictional tale about 3 kids from Brooklyn, NY, bookmarked by the infamous and very real Sean Bell shooting, at the hands of NYC police officers, in 2006, a story sprinkled with issues of race, privilege, gender, gentrification, relationships, gun violence, PTSD, and so many more things that affect all of us, every day of our collective lives, but at the end of the day, Brooklyn Quartet is a love story. It's a play with the intention of disrupting us into dialogue about the state of the world. It's a way of getting a whole lot of people into a performance space together and creating a beautiful shared experience. A provocative experience. An experience that asks questions. That inspires empathy. Brooklyn Quartet is a movement about how, no matter what's going on around us in this world; all of the atrocities, all of the chaos, all of the confusion, it's about that at the end of the day, no matter what, our collective existence is all about love. That our salvation actually depends upon love. That love is the only thing that can bring us together. Love is the only thing that can save us. And the amazing thing about love? You can't really explain it. You don't really need to explain it. Because it just is. Love... just is. 

Drawing by Anthony Andujar Jr