I want to provoke a single thought that perhaps did not previously occur to someone sitting in the audience. And I truly believe that a few laughs along the way never hurt the journey. I don’t have an agenda to push in any of the plays. What they mean to me is never what they will mean to any other individual. I can see, though, from looking at the body of my work that my obsessions and fascinations have to do with things like duality, identity, loss of identity, synchronicity, the intersection of fate and will.
Read the full thing over at Bosco Fullerton, and then head over to Brown Paper Tickets to buy your seat for this weekend's performance of DISAPPEARED.
Post-performance discussions with Phyllis Nagy will follow our matinée showings on May 1 and May 8 at 2pm. These dates are expected to sell out quickly, so buy your tickets now!