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— the artistic collaboration of Jeremy Goren and Jenna Kirk — grows strange works for the stage, communal performing events, and ritual-based plays in homes and odd places.


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Feasting on famine…

The five nights of Feast Your Famine: a watch-and-play concluded quietly on Sunday. Small, somehow, in the cavernous universe-womb-model of West-Park Presbyterian Church, but warm and full. The evenings brought unexpected questions and curves. Some moments of great glee. Some of quiet power throbbing in the darkness of mid-November in New York. Each night felt … Continue reading Feasting on famine…

a new work by Wistaria Project…

— a realm of lost birds, a tree that got cut down, and Ronald’s horse who went awry.   a devised stage performance that emerges from a collage of ancient sacred texts, modern academic writing, “found” popular elements, and original material, exploding the mythology of myths, dominant traditions’ suppression of elemental (often woman-centered) streams, U.S. … Continue reading a new work by Wistaria Project…

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