Still LIfe Singer/Voice YellowFish(August 2018)
Untitled Person #1 of 2 Base Experimental+Art
Untitled Person #1 of 2 on the boards
A Great Hunger Caretaker On the Boards
Body Sound Suffering Ensemble Penthouse Theater
This is Halloween Voice actor/Sally Triple Door
A Great Hunger Ensemble On the Boards
Henry IV Ensemble/Gadshill Engaged Theatre
The Thing Worth Fighting For Ensemble Cornish Playhouse
Our Bar Various Project Theatre
Choose Your Own Adventure Laura/Jenny Playwrights Horizons
Holy Ghost Lorena Brown Stage
Investigating the current "emergency" state of our looming global crisis, two women encounter their own emergency preparedness, or lack thereof, through darkly psychological humor. Their ill-fated responses to several existential threats finds these two women stranded in the outer edges of the Universe. Through sing-song siren sounds and incessant counting, they cycle “Hello” with “Help,” interchangeably. This is a movement theater duet, with dynamically syncopated rhythmic dancing, text, space helmets, shiny hands, terrible singing, all while arranging and rearranging tiny disasters. Separated by a thin veil, they can sense one another, but they cannot connect. Or can they?
A Great HungeR
Audacious choreographer and sorceress Jessica Jobaris leads a congregation of willing pranksters on a mission to define the riddle of existence. Exhibitionism, ritual, wild dancing, and a willingness to jump from a hypothetical cliff lead them (and us) on a quest into the human condition. How can we unravel the human tragedy, making sense of life and loss? Teetering on the verge of hilarious and profound, the intergenerational cast attempts to heal itself by any and all means necessary. It’s a new church for the new millennium, and everyone is invited.
Photo Credit: Tim Summers
body sound suffering
Teater Payung Hitam was founded by Artistic Director Rachman Sabur in 1982 in Bandung, Indonesia. Now in its 33rd year, the group has established itself as one of the country’s foremost modern theatre companies. Their creative work is stimulated by the problems of people and society. They desire to stand at the forefront of idealism, voicing what they believe to be for the good of human progress. However, for Payung Hitam the body is a living text which speaks more than simply the verbality of words. After the fall of the New Order regime, they began to focus more explicitly on nature and the destruction of the world’s ecosystem. The group’s fascination with metal and stone, which alludes to their desire to rebel with a massive force, dates back to the first iteration of Merah Bolong in 1997. (Adapted from www.kelola.or.id).
On December 11, 2015, Teater Payung Hitam was joined by Seattle residency artists to perform two pieces at the Hughes Penthouse Theatre on the University of Washington campus:
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