Written by Taylor Mac
Directed by Paul Zimet
Music by Ellen Maddow
Costume Design by Machine Dazzle
Set Design by Anna Kiraly
Lighting Design by Lenore Doxsee
Production Stage Manager Robert Signom III
With: Will Badgett, Viva Deconcini, James Tigger! Ferguson, Daphne Gaines, Ellen Maddow, Taylor Mac, Frank Paiva, Steven Rattazzi, Tina Shepard, Jack Wetherall, Alex Zehetbauer, Nikki Zialcita
2011: January 15–30, La MaMa’s Ellen Stewart Theatre, NYC

“smart, funny and ultimately quite moving”
– The New York Times

Taylor Mac and the Talking Band bring to the stage a new play about the nine-month protest walk from New York to the Nevada Nuclear Test Site.

Eighteen and eager to flee his suburban conservative upbringing, Taylor joined a group of political activists, ageing hippies, baby hippies, punks, anarchists, dykes, radical fairies, men, women, senior citizens, and children on a nine-month walk across the United States.

Re-told and re-imagined by Taylor, Walk asks its artists and audiences to take a second look at how the idea of community sometimes fails to unite us, and sometimes brings us together in the most surprising ways.