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THE INTIMACY: a first person plural performance

Kate Kremer performs a one person, multi-character experimental theatre work

at the Flow Chart Space (348 Warren Street, Hudson, NY 12534)

Saturday, June 29th, 7pm

$12 / $8 (students & Seniors) — 2-for-1 tickets available! Reserve tickets here


HUDSON, NY—Get ready to dive deep into THE INTIMACY: a first person plural performance!

The Flow Chart Foundation presents an immersive prosopography, a theatrical exploration of our tenuous human connections and our layered solidarities.

THE INTIMACY uses a slippery, shifting first-person plural to tell the story of a leftist choreopolitical collective as it coheres, grows, incorporates, and eventually transforms.

The play’s shifting first-person plural is a figure for the way any “we” overlaps and intersects with others—from the new we of a mother and baby to the prickly we of a leftist coalition to the shifting, constellatory we of friends and lovers to the rhetorical we we use to speak of an imagined fellow human. We’re used to this—the we changing. It changes, for each of us, a dozen times in a day—we are eating breakfast and then we are waiting for the bus and then we are riding the bus and then we are at school, and all of those constituencies are different. Some are long-lasting or recurrent, like the we of our family, and some are very fleeting, like the we that gets off the bus and almost immediately disperses. But we were aligned, for a moment, in the process of coming apart.

This version of THE INTIMACY, specially created for The Flow Chart Foundation for one performer, will run about an hour.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with others in a way that will leave you feeling connected and inspired.


Kate Kremer is an interdisciplinary artist, playwright, and publisher whose work is characterized by a commitment to strategies of autobiography, collaboration, and bricolage. Frequently using archives as sites for addressing the ways that our ethics, feelings, and intimacies are conditioned by the systems that we live and love within, her work has been described by Mac Wellman as “way ahead of the curve.” Kate’s plays have been produced at JACK in Brooklyn, the Public Theater, Dixon Place, SFX Fest, the Motor Company, the Wild Project, Brooklyn College, and Stagefemmes. Charlatans was selected for the Bushwick Starr Reading Series and was a finalist for the Princess Grace Award. She has been a finalist for the Dennis and Victoria Ross Foundation Award, shortlisted for the Tom LaFarge Award and the Leslie Scalapino Award, and received an honorable mention for the Leah Ryan Fund for Emerging Women Writers. Her performance installation uncollected trash collection premiered at the Figge Art Museum in Iowa and was published in 2022 by 53rd State Press. She received her MFA in playwriting from Brooklyn College, where she studied with Mac Wellman and Erin Courtney. She is the editor of the experimental play publishing organization 53rd State Press and currently teaches playwriting at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise.



Toward opening new possibilities for discovery, thought, and connection, The Flow Chart Foundation explores poetry and the interrelationships of various art forms as guided by the legacy of poet John Ashbery and promotes engagement with his work. Flow Chart Foundation programs and resources inspire creative thinking, exploration, and transformation


Jun 29 2024


7:00 pm

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The Flow Chart Space
The Flow Chart Space
348 Warren Street, Hudson, NY 12534
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