Based on characters from Shakespeare's Macbeth, this expressionistic solo performance takes a glimpse into the relationships between Lady Macbeth, her husband and the witchy sisters. Ultimately we beg the question, who was the puppeteer behind their demise?
Trigger Warning: Depression/Suicide
Live-Streamed | $10
January 4, 5, 6 at 7:00 p.m. CST
January 11, 12, 13 at 3:00 p.m. CST
What happens when we push ourselves to explore our physical boundaries in the presence of another person? These performances will take place on public benches throughout the city of Chicago. Three performances will be live-streamed to our national audience.
Live-Streamed | $10
Dates to come!
Multiple daily performances.
Socially Distanced-Live | $10
Of Water and Wings questions the intentions and consequences of the human desire to make memorable change and the qualities that make up the modern heroine. Based on Zoe Rose Kriegler-Wenk's solo journey, the Mentalhaus ensemble joins her to breathe new life into the familiar complex relationship between strength and vulnerability.
Live-Streamed | $25
In Person? Possibly.
Dates to come.
This workshop is sold out. Keep an eye out for next month's session!
We have closed our premiere performance, Lady M.
In case you missed it, here are some highlights!
"It made my skin crawl, grappling with the inner workings of one's brain and self can be so scary and overwhelming.
You made it
"Magical was the perfect way to describe what I saw and how I felt."
"Beautiful images, love the use of compressed space (so perfect for this moment in our lives!)"
"Viewing Lady M (thank you, thank you, thank you!) was for me a beautiful illustration of the mnemodrama in performance. Your constant manipulation of the fabric, giving it a life of its own as a second character, complimented by the continuous shifting of the viewing field, literally taking us through 360 degrees, and you beautiful foregrounding of light and sound, made this a spellbinding immersive experience. The Lady M puppet worked beautifully and I loved the imagery of the cassette tape (“words, words, words,”) as a symbol of Lady M’s rejection of speech, she can only communicate her anguish through gesture and dance."
"This was a phantasmagoria of visual textures in a contemplative rhythm. Thanks for sharing and transporting us to another place."
"I was engrossed from start to finish."
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