I’m Going To Make A Small Incision Behind Your Ear to Check and See IF You’re Actually Human OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
December 8, 2010
Closing:
December 18, 2010

Theater: The Bushwick Starr / 207 Starr Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11237

Synopsis: 

A dance/ theater/ installation/ chance operation comprised of 30+ segments presented
in random order every night. Witness Relocation presents acts of mayhem and panic
with a plot about possible invasion and
some high energy dance numbers.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF I’m Going To Make A Small Incision Behind Your Ear to Check and See IF You’re Actually Human

    Heeding Audience Cues and Ping-Pong Balls

    Claudia La Rocco

    December 15, 2010: A contest involving swigs of whiskey forms one section of Witness Relocation’s “I’m Going to Make a Small Incision Behind Your Ear to Check and See if You’re Actually Human.” This is called “Worst Whiskey Contest”; a brief journalistic investigation on opening night last week at the Bushwick Starr unearthed that the title comes from the quality of the alcohol (Philadelphia, $9.99 a liter, for those connoisseurs of economy out there).

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  • VILLAGE VOICE REVIEW OF I’m Going To Make A Small Incision Behind Your Ear to Check and See IF You’re Actually Human

    Witness Relocation's ETs Want Booze

    Alexis Soloski

    December 16, 2010: The alien hordes have descended! And they want our Jack Daniels. That is but one of the extraterrestrial truths propounded in Witness Relocation’s I’m Going to Make a Small Incision Behind Your Ear to Check and See If You’re Actually Human, a cheerfully incoherent performance piece at the Bushwick Starr, loosely based on the cult miniseries V. At the end of the show, one company member steps forward and explains what has transpired: “It’s a little dance, a little acting, a little chaotic—it’s not really planned in advance,” she says. “It’s about alien lizards taking over the planet.”

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