Human Fruit Bowl by Andrea Kuchlewska - directed by Jessi D. Hill - starring Harmony Stempel

HUMAN FRUIT BOWL is an internationally-touring play about artists and models that invites audience members to sketch during performances.

UPCOMING: February 24, 2015 - Special presentation of Human Fruit Bowl in the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture's Free Lecture Series
6:30pm. Seating is limited. Bring your sketch pad.

Presented in Prague, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Philadelphia, NYC and throughout New Zealand, Human Fruit Bowl has been praised by critics and audiences and has won awards in Prague, Amsterdam, and NYC.

Structured as a live fine art modeling session, Human Fruit Bowl investigates the relationship between artist and model. Part story, part mystery, part art history, this fast-paced monologue delivered in stillness asks: What are the stories we tell about artists and their muses? What are the truths, if any, to be found? Human Fruit Bowl is a fresh take on the complicated connections between artists and their muses, from the view of an outsider who found herself inside.

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What People are Saying

“Do This!” – Philadelphia Inquirer

“#1 - Hong Kong’s Hot 5” – TimeOut Hong Kong

"Miraculous... the way the story unfolds through this fusion of one-person show and art class keeps us hooked." -- New York Theatre Review

"A surprisingly engrossing production...Human Fruit Bowl rivets its audience" -- TheaterMania

"This little play, written so cleverly and richly, performed with such artful panache, and directed with ease and subtlety by Jessi D. Hill, deserves to be seen by art lovers – and by that I mean lovers of the arts – everywhere." --

“Absolutely gripping… utterly compelling” – Expats, Czech Republic

“Quite powerful and at times even profound.” –, Czech Republic