October 5 – October 23
A Sampler of Short Experimental Works
Seven pieces – spanning artistic mediums, languages, and a variety of experimental techniques – helmed by seven enterprising directors compromise a single evening of bold and eclectic performance. From a Lorca-inspired piece presented entirely in Spanish with English supertitles, to a two-hander between a woman and a teddy bear, to a dance-theater fusion piece inspired by our country’s electoral process, just in time for November’s general election, there’s no shortage of surprises in store at Cutting Ball’s signature sampler of experimental works.
The Wasps – a post-apocolyptic theater-movement piece
An Evening With Activists – a young couple's anniversary celebration
Lorca al vacío – inspired by Federico Garcia Lorca, performed in Spanish
Pezzetti – a multilingual devised performance
Crooked and Dangerous – an electoral-inspired piece with movement and text
Whatever Self: Virginia Woolf & Virginia Woolf – a world premiere micro-play
Inkwell – a world premiere micro-play
You Are Invited!
Join us and Guy Zimmerman, playwright of The Wasps, with the cast for a talkback to learn about the artistic process and engage more deeply with the production.
Join us and Yussef El Guindi, playwright of An Evening with Activists, with the cast to learn about the artistic process and engage more deeply with the production.
Paige Roger talks on Bay Area Focus!
An Evening With Activists