Exploration of the Everchanging
Our experimental production is one in which the audience must reconcile with their own awareness of being a passive viewer. The piece dissects the performer-audience relationship to its core. We act as facilitators for the audience’s experience. It challenges the audience beyond conventional means of communication. We challenge the idea of cathartic reward in watching a linear narrative. Through this honest, truthful and adapting piece, the performance is enticing the audience to reconsider what they can and cannot control. The performers never pretend, they are always themselves and they challenge the audience to do the same. Regional premiere.
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Director: Clara Wiest
Stage Manager: Alessandra Cronin
Performer: Madison Chu, Adaline Gomez
Clara Wiest is a NY based stage director, movement director, acrobat and dancer, who is focused on the human expression through the connection with the body and the mind.
Her work is about exploring human e-motions – meaning emotional content expressed through physicality.
She strives to bring humanity to her work behind and on stage.
Credits: Company Member of LAVA Brooklyn, Company Member of phenomenable, Assist Director for Tabula RaSa Lab, Director of Exploration of the Everchanging and Director of no! i be seal by Dante Fuoco at Dixon Place.
Alessandra Cronin is a Brooklyn based designer, programmer, filmmaker, musician, and performer. Her most prominent work explores identity in a technologically advanced world; looking toward cultural and personal distinctions in perceptions of reality through performance and film.”
Madison Chu is a fish from warmer waters who now resides in and practices her art in Brooklyn. A graduate from The New School, Madison Chu is a performance based artist who is interested in cross pollinating work from any and all mediums, and is highly committed to collaborative centered, devised processes. She is both intimidated and thrilled of making art in this new global landscape we are living in.
Adaline Gomez is a rising fourth year BFA student at the New School for Drama. Recent acting credits include Fuenteovejuna: A Disloyal Adaptation (Pascuala), The Prince of Homburg (Natalia), The Wolves (#25), and Make Sky Flow Honey with No Man’s Land Theatre Company. She is thrilled to be creating again with this wonderful team!
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I had so much fun! If you go in with a curious and open mind, you'll enjoy the experience. It's unlike any theatrical experience you've had before.