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by Brittany Bland
Using live projection and audio interviews, Smile puts the audience at the center of a Harlem-born photographers family archive.
Wonder/Wall is an exciting and new immersive video performance series. Performances will be approximately 15 minutes in duration, and will take place within Bay Street Theater’s courtyard, which will be converted into a newly envisioned outdoor performance space created especially for this compelling presentation.
Brittany Bland is a storyteller who has dedicated her life to the proliferation of empathy. As a projection designer for the stage, she has designed for theater, dance, and opera. Her work as a video artist often explores the ideas of legacy and memory. Brittany is interested in how media and technology can elevate those concepts and experiences. Originally from Atlanta, she holds a BA in Technical Theater and Production from Catawba College and an MFA in Design from the Yale School of Drama. Her recent design credits include Songs For A New World (NYU); Dozen Dreams (En Garde Arts); Love and Kindness in the Time of Quarantine (St Louis Rep); Stupid Fucking Bird (Barnard); Cuttin Up (Classical Theater of Harlem); Rage (Quinnipiac University); Florencia en el Amazonas (Shubert Theater); Alice (Yale University Theater); Black History Museum (Here Arts Center); and Twelfth Night (Yale Repertory Theater).
The 2021 Summer Season is made possible, in part, by the New York State Assembly, New York State Council of the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, The Shubert Foundation, and Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning. Sponsors include, but are not limited to: The Adam Miller Group, Advantage Title Air Hamptons, The Awning Company, Baron’s Cove, BESPOKE Realty, Blue Nectar Tequila, Brown Harris Stevens, CeeJack Team / Compass, Channing Daughters, Corcoran / Mala Sander, Crescendo Designs, Dr. Dennis Gross Dermatology, DIME, East End Tick & Mosquito, First Coastal, Fishers Home Furnishings, GN Ferraris, GOLDIE, Grenning Gallery, Hamptons Doc Fest, Hollander Design Landscape Architects, Jane Holden Brown Harris Stevens, Jewish Center of the Hamptons, Kulka, LaGuardia Design Group, Law Firm of John J. Leonard, Martin Architects, Monkey in Paradise Vodka, Oza Sabbeth Architects, Peconic Landing, Propane Depot, REVCO, Roeloffs, Room and Board, Sotheby’s, Staller Center, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, The Macallan, Unlimited Earth Care, and Weber & Grahn.