A time- and space-bending autobiographical production about drastic relocations, rereading Walden, remaking government, and the freedom and heaviness of that moment when what’s impossible becomes concrete.
Drunks. Mistaken Identities. Tubas. And Shakespeare.
A dark fairytale for ages 9 to 90.
A cowboy/clown odyssey presenting hilarious fragments of a mythic American desertscape.
A solo performance piece about the Swedish-American labor organizer and songwriter Joe Hill, developed in collaboration with Sweden’s Teater Slava.
A skewed coming-of-age party set in a banquet hall, and a deconstruction and reconstruction of the international culture of “cuteness.”
A funeral procession for America, with text by Suzan-Lori Parks and songs and music by Cynthia Hopkins.
A radical re-cutting of Shakespeare’s “problem play” Measure for Measure, set in a modern-day morgue and re-imagined as a startling work of human puppetry.