Written by Holly Hughes
Directed by Emilia Javanica
The nature of this project’s diverse cast, consisting of students from a variety of majors at the University, highlighted Emilia’s adaptive and nurturing directorial style. Her unique artistic approach allowed room for individual artistic expression while her caring and commanding leadership proved effective in creating one cohesive vision from many voices.
-Brian Garcia, Interarts Performance Student
Emilia has a unique approach to directing in that she is very interested in generating camaraderie amongst the cast through movement and improvisational activities. We spent a lot of time switching roles and learning about how to play off of each other’s decisions on stage. These experiences helped to create a true sense of cohesiveness throughout the cast that made performing together literally “play.”
-Carisa Bledsoe, Interarts Performance Student
Performed by the B.F.A. Interarts Performance students from the University of Michigan Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design:
Rehearsals took place from January-May, 2013. The play was performed in March 2013 at the University of Michigan, and in May 2013 at Dixon Place and the Center for Gay and Lesbian Studies (CLAGS) in NYC.