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    a documentary-style new play about men's, and occasionally women's, unquenchable appetite for appreciating others', uh, physical attributes . . . OUT LOUD! Based on candid interviews with men and women of all age, race and socioeconomic backgrounds, Catcall explores the lengths that we will go, both physically and verbally, to attract the ones that we hope to love. A multi-media expos, this production utilizes video and photographic projections (as well as fully choreographed dance numbers) to explore the trials that men and women engage in everyday. Rebeca Ramirez is a Mexican-American director and playwright. In NYC she has staged Qien Kiere Copita?, a play about growing up in a Latin family in America, directs an annual Day of the Dead parade on the streets of New York (and Museo del Barrio), was commissioned by Seven Stories Press to create Zapatasos a street theatre piece about Mexico's Zapatista Movement and commissioned to write and stage AMERiGRANT by the Hudson Guild Theatre, another documentary style play, based on interviews with Latin American immigrants.

    Dates:  Oct. 8, 2002 - Oct. 23, 2002
    Schedule:  Tues.-Thurs. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m.
    Venue:  Connelly Theater, 220 East 4th St. between Ave. A and B
    Price:  $15
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    Tickets/info:  (212) 206-1515

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