INVISIBLE MESSAGES (2006)
Invisible Messages is a surreal dissection of disappearance and identity.
The piece was born out of an adventurous journey-cum-experiment in September of 2005 on the Trans-Siberian Railway conducted by Proto-type’s Founding Artistic Director.
It premièred in 2006 at Performance Space 122 in New York City.
THIRD PERSON (2006)
Third Person is a lecture-cum performance in the form of a third person narrative.
It premièred at the Brick Theater’s Moral Values Festival in 2005.
MUSEUM OF DREAMS (2005)
A 6-hour durational performance installation questioning our perception of waking.
It was developed with the AREA Award from Chashama and through a five-month residency at Richard Foreman’s Ontological Hysteric Theater.
THREE RING (2002-04)
Three Ring is a theatrical event that merges circus, theater, dance, and performance art told by five inmates in an asylum for circus performers.
It was originally developed as part of the HERE Artist Residency Program at HERE Arts Center NYC and premiered at Walkerspace NYC, 2003.
ABOUT SILENCE (2003-12)
Every showing of About Silence is different and the performers all come from the local arts community.
About Silence has been performed by a long list of artists, programmers, and curators including Grace Surman, Gary Winters, Andrew McKinnon, Mabou Mines, Julie Atlas Muz, Mark Russell and Kristen Marting.
CHEAP THRILLS (2001-03)
Cinematic in scope and viscerally charged, Cheap Thrills is a story about complacency, the easy way out and the fear of the dark…
Developed and subsequently premiered at HERE Arts Center NYC, April 2002.
TWILIGHT SERIES (2001)
The Twilight Series by Laura Klein.
“a meditation on searching for meaning and true communication between people in a culture that bombards us with information and images.”– Robin Eisgrau, Offoffoff.com
Premiered at HERE Arts Center NYC in July, 2001 followed by The American Living Room Festival, HERE Arts Center NYC, July 2001.
BUNNY’S LAST NIGHT IN LIMBO (2001)
Set in a household of whirling dysfunction – a journey through the experience of growing up gay in a family of strangers.
Script available to purchase via Amazon.co.uk.
First shown at HERE Arts Center NYC in November, 2000, premiering at HERE Arts Center NYC in March 2001.
POOR ANGELS (1999)
Based on the clinical writings of sexual psychologists from the early part of the 20th Century, Poor Angels is a multimedia mediation on sexuality. Music by Max Duykers.
First performed at The New York International Fringe Festival, NYC and The American Living Room Festival, HERE Arts Center NYC, August 1999.