Body House

Date/Time

Jan 10, 2014 to Jan 25, 2014
07:00 PM until 10:00 PM

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Description

We all live in the house of our body. Our bodies help us realize our desires, but also limit our abilities. Body House is a four part-play of deeply intimate, poetic, and abstract scenes about four characters living together and their attempts to form connections with one another. The audience is encouraged to move throughout the house to observe the action as it unfolds and explore their spatial relationship to the characters. It is likely the audience will be standing or moving through most of the play, which runs just under an hour.

Body House Scenes: Heart Piece, Final Disposition, Chronic Tonic, and Burning Pianos.

Written by Megan Clark
Directed by Gwethalyn Williams
Featuring Blake E. Bolan, Justin Caron, Timothy Otte, and Andi Vargo
Sound Design by Ted Moore
Video Design by Ted Eschweiler

You will be sent the exact address and instructions upon purchase.

Cost

$12

Location

View map Body House
25th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN

Additional Information

Phone

785-550-1312

Contact name

Gwethalyn Williams

Contact email

gwethalynw@gmail.com

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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