Flow

Development and Direction Danny Hoch
Conceived, written, and performed by Will Power

2002/03 Season

June 12, 2003—July 20, 2003

Read Synopsis

Written and performed by the dynamic young artist Will Power, Flow is the tale of seven storytellers, their quest for survival in a world of modern, urban pitfalls, and the search for a new language to make age-old lessons endure for a younger generation. Portraying many characters, Will Power tells his story through vivid images conjured with eloquent rap and rhyme, and fluid, startling physical movement. DJ Reborn accompanies Will Power in Flow, punctuating the spoken word with music created specifically for the performance. Flow is a co-production between New York Theatre Workshop and the New York City Hip-Hop Theater Festival. The first three performances of Flow will be presented as part of the 2003 HHTF; the production will then have an extended run as part of NYTW’s 2002-2003 season. Last fall, with support from NYTW, Will Power and Danny Hoch spent one month developing Flow as the inaugural workshop of the newly created Jonathan Larson Lab.

Live DJ DJ Reborn
Set Design David Ellis
Costume Design Gabriel Berry
Lighting Design Sarah Sidman