What happens if you pair an academic expert with a theater director? Caveat is here to find out. The Talks Progress Administration is a mad science experiment on stage, combining intellectual entertainment, creative discourse, and interactive storytelling like you’ve never seen before. Join us for a festival of original 10-minute pieces created by fascinating individuals of varying disciplines, working together to make something entirely new.
Doors 6:30pm / Show 7:00pm
Tickets: $10 adv / $15 door
Are our responses to trauma beneficial? What if we could erase our trauma? Would we live healthier lives? Blood Shame investigates memories of trauma, challenges James Watson’s theory of genetics, and explores the legacy of slavery in modern America.
Created by Bianca Jones-Marlin, PHD & Benjamin Viertel
An investigation into our internal rhythms and the external factors that set the tempo for our biology, CONTROL CHORUS is a new piece of scientific performance that examines expression & suppression, positive & negative feedback, promotion & inhibition. With a chorus of bodies, brains, & biology calling the shots, how can we be sure who or what is in control?
Created by Dana Abrassart & Anne Cecelia Demelo
Featuring Julia Easterlin, vocals, Charle Van Kirk, drums, and Darren Solomon, keyboards
What would you do if you went to a doctors office at the age of 13 and learn you are not who you have been lead to singularly believe. Who are you then? What does that mean? Do you matter? Can you have a voice? Is this a moment of your life where you can listen to the amount of medical and other peoples personal jargon come at you, or do you just...zone out, and maybe go on the best adventure of your life? This is the musical story of a young person who comes to learn they have an intersex condition.
Created by Sharone Halevy, Cathrine Clune-Taylor, PHD & Charlotte Moroz
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