With breathing and possible postcards…and a liftoff from unwelcome routines.

In which we(you) explore our father’s communist model train lair (is it his? At least it’s a safe space) in progress while we float in an optimistic nihilism(It’s restorative, We promise) and wait for hope to fall from the sky(It will?) and our voices to be heard from the top of the mountain. With breathing(together) and possible postcards(sent to you)…and a lift off from unwelcome routines(like…maybe we just soak our hands in water in the best feeling water, just because). And hopefully we’ll all feel a littler lighter and little more clear and we can look out of the windows without fear of filters and enjoy our heartbeats…phew? Phew.

ui accordion buttonui accordion buttonui accordion buttonui accordion buttonABOUT WILLIAM BURKE

William Burke is a playwright, director and curator living in Brooklyn. He has had productions at The Bushwick Starr, JACK, Target Margin Theater, University Settlement and The Stahl Center at Stony Brook University. He has developed his plays/presented readings at The Black Swan Lab (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), The Bushwick Starr, University Settlement, HERE Arts Center, NACL, All For One Theater, Little Theatre (Dixon Place), The Prelude Festival (CUNY Grad Center), Barishnikov Arts Center, FEAST and CATCH. He’s currently developing and directing TAXLANDIA by Modesto “Flako” Jimenez which will appear at the Bushwick Starr in Sept 2020.

He is the Co-Chair of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab with Jackie Sibblies Drury, Co-Curator of the Starr Reading series at The Bushwick Starr and a co-curator for Little Theatre at Dixon Place (2017-1019). He studied playwriting at Brooklyn College with Mac Wellman, Anne Washburn and Erin Courtney.

F*ck that Tiny Train

by William Burke

Live Score by:
Starr Busby

A Mini-Commission presented as part of #Playfrom6FeetAway