Monday, June 21, 2010

Planet Connections Interview - Sal Atlantis Phoenix of Prostate Dreams

By Byrne Harrison

Name: Sal Atlantis Phoenix
Play: Prostate Dreams a comedy of medical errors
Relationship to production: Playwright

How did you first get involved in theatre?

After medical surgery.

Who are your biggest influences?

Life's experience.

What is your show about?

Political and socio/economic problems.

What inspired you to write/direct/perform in it?

Personal experience.

What made you want to perform in an eco-friendly theatre festival like Planet Connections?

Sustainable eco system.

Planet Connections is fairly unique in that a portion of the box office for each show is donated to a charity. What charity have you chosen and why?

Coalition for the Homeless. It is a life of destitute.

What's next for you after Planet Connections?

Future is unpredictable.

And finally, if you could go back in time and meet yourself as a kid, what advice would you give your younger self?


PROSTATE DREAMS A comedy of medical errors by Sal Phoenix Atlantis
Running time: 90 minutes, no intermission

Venue: The Robert Moss Theater, 440 Lafayette Street, 3rd floor

Wed 6/16 @ 2pm

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