A 24-Decade History of Popular Music is conceived, written, performed, and co-directed by Taylor Mac. Collaborators include Music Director Matt Ray, Co-Director Niegel Smith, costume designer Machine Dazzle, Dramaturg Jocelyn Clarke, Lighting Designer John Torres, Executive Producer Linda Brumbach, and Associate Producers Kaleb Kilkenny and Alisa E. Regas. The work is co-produced by Pomegranate Arts and Nature’s Darlings.
TAYLOR MAC has garnered acclaim as a playwright, actor, singer-songwriter, cabaret performer, performance artist, director and producer, for work ranging from Mac’s OBIE Award-winning piece The Lily’s Revenge to Mac’s critically lauded collaboration with Mandy Patinkin, Susan Stroman and Paul Ford, The Last Two People On Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville, which co-stars Mac and Patinkin. Mac made many top critics’ Best Theater of 2015 lists for Hir, a dark comedy that made its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons in the fall. The New York Times described Hir, Mac’s Off-Broadway playwrighting debut, as “sensational in all senses of the word” and called Mac “immensely gifted.”
If you're traveling by train from NYC, we suggest you take the Harlem line train departing from Grand Central Station for Southeast. Brewster is the second-to-last stop, and you'll need to be in one of the first four cars to exit. Cabs are readily available right outside the Brewster train station to take you to the farm. In the event that you want to call a cab we recommend:
Southeast Taxi: 845-519-0155
Orbe’s Taxi: 845-278-7200