West of Ordinary (2012)

 

In this quartet I intended to take the audience on a creative journey that awakens questions in the darkness of the theatre and the light of the imagination.  Throughout the work there is an interplay of darkness with casualties of human interactions.  I implement the use of shadows and artifice as a metaphor that tethers the absurdity of freedom as an illusion.

 

With an original music score by Brenton Winegar.