photo by Amy Warner

The Theatre

of Freedom:

A radical theatrical experiment in community,
vulnerability 
& the meaning of freedom
 

 

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."

July  4, 5, 6   2014

On The Railroad Tracks, 

Rossetter St., Great Barrington MA

Directed by Pooja Prema

 

Ensemble:

Meg Agnew

Mary Campbell

Kristin Grippo

Arti- Ross Kelso

Mark Kelso

Chris Maddox

Nancy Rothman

Ryan Ullrich

Amy Whittaker Warner

'Kumari' Amy Weaver

 

Musicians:

Zack Cross

Jonathan Talbot

Jonah Thomas

 

Chalk:

Michael Vincent Bushy

Pooja Ru Prema

Gabrielle Senza

 

Photography:

Eric Limon

Amy Whittaker Warner

 

 

Press:

http://theberkshireedge.com/theatre-freedom-unique-way-celebrate-fourth/#comment-4125

 

10% of ticket sales went to support the efforts of "Free The Slaves"

learn more at FreeTheSlaves.net