Boozy: The Life, Death, and Subsequent Vilification of Le Corbusier and, More Importantly, Robert Moses

Conceived by Juliet Chia, David Morris, and Alex Timbers
Written and Directed by Alex Timbers
Produced by Aaron Lemon-Strauss
Original Songs: Douglas J. Cohen
Choreography: Katherine Profeta
Dramaturgy: Anne Davison
Scenic Design: David Evans Morris
Lighting Design: Juliet Chia
Costume Design: Jenny Mannis
Sound Design: Bart Fasbender
Video Design: Jacob Pinholster
Properties Design: Harry Rosenblum
Graphic Design: Mike Solomon
Production Manager: Toni Marie Davis
Production Stage Manager (45 Bleecker): Kat West
Production Stage Manager (Ohio): Misha Siegel-Rivers
Casting Director: Paul Davis
Press Representation: Richard Kornberg and Associates
Cast: Virginia Callaway, Matthew DeVriendt, Simon Feil, Jacob Grigolia-Rosenbaum, Nina Hellman, Shareefah Hamilton, Scott Hoffer, Ryan Karels, Leslie Klug, Daniel Larlham, Brian McTaminey, Max Miner, Liz Meriwether, Ian Oldaker, Keith Price, John Summerour, Mary C. Wilson

The Freedom Tower? The West Side Stadium? New York architecture needs a swift kick in the ass.

With Boozy, Les Freres Corbusier finally puts the punk rock back into New York urban planning: Amidst a blaze of streaming media, ridiculous choreography, and dozens of live fornicating rabbits, famed French architect Le Corbusier inspires builder Robert Moses in his desperate battle to recreate New York.

Freemasons dance, FDR levitates, and Daniel Libeskind silently weeps. None shall be spared.

April-May 2005: The Culture Project @ 45 Bleecker
February-March 2005: The Ohio Theater

Photography by Joan Marcus

**Named Top Ten of 2005 by the New York Daily News**
**Named Top Ten of 2005 by Time Out New York**
**Nominated for an American Theatre Wing Hewes Design Award (Best Video Design)**

"Clever, slickly produced and consistently entertaining... An all-out attack on the senses... A delightfully good time."
-The New York Times

"A madcap, absurdist romp that makes Richard Foreman's productions look stodgy!"
-New York Post

"Overflows with inventiveness, sly humor and a rollicking spirit"
-New York Daily News

"Brecht by way of Monty Python... A whacked-out, punked up look at the history of urban planning in New York... Boozy has a grinning, absurdist bravura... Thought-provoking... A silly-smart kick..."
-Time Out New York

"Fearless... Hilarious... Equal parts rigor and ridiculousness..."
-New York Newsday

"Les Freres' improbable cocktail of history, ideas, and erudite jokes goes down fast and easy... Driven by director Alex Timbers' inventive whimsy, the group offers a tour de force of ironic pageantry, fueled by pox-on-your-houses political indignation and plenty of smartass humor..."
-The Village Voice

"Hilarious... A crazy quilt blend of fact and fiction..."
-The Associated Press