Resurrexit The Mimesis Theatre Project

About This Show

In a collision of Gregorian Chant, American Martial Arts and Oscar Wilde’s The Ballad of Reading Gaol, The Mimesis Theatre Project’s Resurrexit confronts the power of faith in the face of personal strife. A devised Musical Theatre company, The Mimesis Theatre Project creates music, dance and text collaborations that strive to find the intersectionality between artists and forms throughout time. Created for lost-souls and firm believers alike, Resurrexit is sure to resonate with both the personal and celestial.  

about the artists

Andrew Garret Karl (Conceived and Directed by) is a theatre artist with a background in musicals and a passion for devised work.  Andrew has directed for Clark University,  Millbrook Playhouse, New London Barn Playhouse and The Cape Rep Theatre, as well as developed new work with The Musical Theatre Factory, Theatre Now New York and the original “musical” podcast, Take a Ten.  In 2012 Andrew started The Mimesis Theatre Project.  The Mimesis Theatre Project was created in order to use the collaborative efforts of the Musical Theatre as a means of forwarding social communication.  For more information, please head to

Kory Geller (Choreographer) is a New York-based choreographer. His credits include The Happy Thief and Uncle Giff’s Christmas Special at Playwrights Horizons, as well as the New York Premier of The Sparrow. He also assisted in staging the opening number for American Dance Machine at the Joyce Theatre. Kory served as choreographer for the film Girl in the Chair, which was nominated for an Academy Award in the student division. Kory is a company member of Broadway Dance Lab and The Chase Brock Experience, and has appeared at theaters throughout the country. Kory has taught at distinguished programs such as Cap21, Rider University, and McCarter Theatre. Learn more at!

Friday, May 26 at 10pm

General Admission

$15 in advance

$18 at the door



Estimated Runtime
45 minutes

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Conceived and Directed by

Andrew Garret Karl


Kory Geller