ABOUT

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Welcome to The Hotel Colors. Yes, it may be a hostel of shit. But the price is good. And there is love, philosophy and games of “never never have I ever.” In The Hotel Colors by Eliza Bent six unlikely travelers converge and form a fleeting community as they fail, and flail, to communicate.

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THE HOTEL COLORS by Eliza Bent
May 8 – 25, 2013
The Bushwick Starr

Mainstage Production

“For those who have gotten on Bent’s bandwagon, you’ll have plenty of other chances to enjoy her coltish chic….“–Helen Shaw, Time Out New York

“Easily the funniest and most immediately charming production at the festival…Bent has the makings of a great comedienne”–Matthew Clayfield, RealTime Arts

Click here for a great article about Eliza’s work at PS122 in Time Out New York.

Check out our SPECIAL EVENTS FOR THE HOTEL COLORS – just like at the hostel!

The Bushwick Starr is an Obie Award winning non-profit theater that presents an annual Season of new work in theater, dance, and puppetry.  We are an organization defined by both our artists and our community, and since 2007, we have grown into a thriving theatrical venue, a vital neighborhood arts center, and a destination for exciting and engaging performance.  The Bushwick Starr’s mission is to help ambitious artists and ambitious audiences find each other. We provide a springboard for emerging professional artists to make career-defining leaps, and we are a sanctuary where established performance companies come to experiment and innovate.

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