Surely the cry of "En Garde" rang in production manager Dan da Silva's ears when asked to tackle the seemingly Herculean task of organizing the site-specific Secret History of the Lower East Side. Da Silva's technical battlefield: the open-air rooftop of Seward Park High School, built in 1929, on the Lower East Side. The piece was presented by En Garde Arts, whose previous site-specific productions have taken place on a Hudson River pier, an amphitheatre near the East River, and inside a ...
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