New York, NY @ New York University's Tisch School of the Arts – Feb 6th-16th, 2008
An exploration of love, darkness and faith, the piece follows a devout believer as she confronts life as it has been, as it should be and as it never will be. The piece explores notions of will, choice and divine fate. Inspired by the writings of the 17th Century Mexican poet Sor Juana Inés de La Cruz, the letters of Mother Theresa of Calcutta and the stories of various saints, the piece incorporates pre-Gregorian chant forms, Balinese mask work, Japanese Noh chorus and elements of Japanese Butoh.
STAGE MANAGER: Hilary AustinSET DESIGN: Jason SimmsCOSTUME/MASK DESIGN: Cait O'ConnorLIGHTING DESIGN: Adam GreeneCOMPOSER: Ellen ReidMUSICIAN: Adam CochranMASK AND TEXT COLLABORATOR: Ben FoxASSISTANT DIRECTOR: John Robichau
Katie Meister, David Kenner, Matt Harrington, Chris Bolan, Nina Arianda, Cary Donaldson, Lauren English, Zoey Martinson