How to See Things as They Really Are
Arena Theatre, Wright Hall
“How to See Things as They Really Are” is a live convergence between the performing body, video, and electronic sound. A tonal exploration of the attempt at presence in the contemporary world amidst an ever shifting landscape of internal and external forces. The performance advances through an assemblage of characters, actions, and images that grapple with the tension of moving forward in spite of constant change, struggle, and pain.
Content, Direction, and Performance by Justin Streichman, MFA Dramatic Art
Set Design elements in collaboration with Joy Miller, MFA Art Studio
Audio Design elements in collaboration with Aida Shirazi, PhD Composition
Contains nudity and adult content. Ages 18+