IF [OR WHEN] THE ROOF FALLS IN

If [or When] the Roof Falls In is an intellectual spectacle set in The Library, a space where you can reference any memory in human history. . Helped by a mischievous janitor and a whimsical intern, Ethan and Charlotte must decide whether to save or destroy The Library, and with it, the institution of memory. There are no easy answers here. What do you want to forget? What do you need to remember? 

 

If [or When] the Roof Falls In was made possible through a rehearsal residency from CAP21, the support of Matrix-L’Oreal and from contributions of individual donors.

IF [OR WHEN] THE ROOF FALLS IN

If [or When] the Roof Falls In is an intellectual spectacle set in The Library, a space where you can reference any memory in human history. . Helped by a mischievous janitor and a whimsical intern, Ethan and Charlotte must decide whether to save or destroy The Library, and with it, the institution of memory. There are no easy answers here. 



18w18th | February 2014 

IMAGINATION

Eight strangers lives are turned upside down when a snowglobe mysteriously appears in each of their lives. This 30 minute tale, commissioned by Matrix for their Imagination event, weaves together immersive technology and spectacle, and shows that breaking free of personal expectations isn't always all it's cracked up to be.



New Orleans Ballroom | February 2012

"Private Commission"

RISE LIKE LIONS

A devised work about the failure of idealism in a world too serious for dreams. Set on the eve of the French revolution, Pierre uses the invention of the hot-air balloon to detail his plans for artistic uprising, but the secret police have violence on their mind. Rise Like Lions used stage magic, dangerous choreography and 360 degree staging to create a truly experiential work.

 

Robert Moss Theater | April 2011

"Available for tour"

 

ELECTRIC EDEN

Part historical reconstruction, part wild imagination, Electric Eden tells the story of Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, and George Westinghouse, three men whose intelligence and dedication to their work set them up to compete against nature, failing finances, and each other. Though they brought the world into light, they never made it out of the dark themselves.


The Norwood | August-September 2011

"Available for tour"

SPOTTING LOVE

A adaptation of the hearbreaking true story written by Jon-Marc McDonald, Spotting Love displayed the heartbreak of dealing with a loved one suffering from HIV, told with a Spalding Gray meets David Copperfield aesthetic.
     
Tisch Theatre | November 2010

"In screenplay adaptation process"

SOMEONE IS LIVING IN THIS HOUSE

Having lost everyone and everything, the last man on earth turns to creating fantasies with his typewriter to pass the time. The typewriter, however, has vastly different plans, bringing his wildest dreams to life as he is brought closer to finding another survivor.



Connelly Theatre | November 2010

"Stripped for parts"

 

 

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