A radical theatrical experiment in community,
& the meaning of freedom
July 4-6 , 2014
On The Railroad Tracks,
Rossetter St., Great Barrington MA
Extrapolating on the original meaning of theatre as “the seeing place,” audience members were asked to not only see, but to take part + be seen in a performance where the line between audience and performer was not just diffused, it disappeared. In its stead; the revelation of our true humanity. Beyond the veil of separation, bridging across gaps of age, gender & class where lovers, mothers and sons, fathers and daughters, warriors & the dispossessed meet and see each other. What remains is the essential inter-connectedness and basic truth of being human beings.
"Because I see you, I liberate you."
Directed by Pooja Prema
Amy Whittaker Warner
Arti- Ross Kelso
'Kumari' Amy Weaver
Michael Vincent Bushy
Audience Costumes: Emily Dunsay
10% of ticket sales went to support the efforts of "Free The Slaves"
learn more at FreeTheSlaves.net
Photography: Eric Limon & Amy Whittaker Warner