in the lounge Private Investigator and the Science of the Bees and But(t)s Created and Performed by Private Investigator
About This Show
This time on, ‘Private Investigator and the Science of the Bees and But(t)s,’ twin oracles Petra and Betra, accompanied by their surly, lounge-singing pet moon Mandy, will definitely correctly predict your current and after-life (mis)fortunes. You might not dream about this yet, but the romantical “Cook-oo-4-U” Spanglish cooking ‘n aerobics class you bought on Groupon is about to turn into a mildly dead and very spicy dinner party. NO, it was not Monsieur Senorita-Margarita over there (yes, there) with your purse. Hold onto your mustaches and misters, the exit is out of order!
Dixon Place Presents: Private Investigator and the Cosmic Heavenation
Private Investigator TV: Episode 1
about the artists
Leonie Bell is a German-American theater-maker and performer based in Berlin/New York with a BA from Bard College and a MFA in Theatre from Sarah Lawrence College. Most recently, she performed with Stew at the Met Breuer and BAM, presented her new play SchmidtSmithSchmidt at La Mama Experimental Theatre, performed in Private Investigator and the Cosmic Heavenation (AKA I.C.U.P.) and Private Investigator and the Soft Blanket Blabaret (aka A Late Lunch) at Dixon Place, and played an orange-head in Claire Moodey’s femme pathos at the Brick Theater as part of the Exponential Festival.
Maria Camia (MARICAMA) is from Virginia Beach, VA and received a MFA in Theatre at Sarah Lawrence College and a BFA in Sculpture and Extended Media at Virginia Commonwealth University. Recently, Maria performed in Private Investigator and the Soft Blanket Blabaret (aka A Late Lunch), created a mural for the Contemporary Mural Arts Festival in Mason (George Mason University), puppeteered for And Here We Are at Target Margin, and set designed You For Me For You at Sarah Lawrence College.