June 16 - June 26, 2016
Adult: $25 / Student & Seniors: $20
Limited space for each tour, advance purchase recommended.
I'M BLEEDING ALL OVER THE PLACE: A LIVING HISTORY TOUR
Created by Brooke O’Harra
Come to La MaMa for a Living History Tour of theatre, the everyday, conflict, and your own will to make meaning with us. This summer, director/artist Brooke O’Harra embarks on the fourth event of her nine-part project, I’m Bleeding All Over the Place: Studies in Directing and Nine Encounters Between Me and You. Delving into the emotional landscape of everyday conflict, this work examines how gender and sexuality, narrative and story, conflict and resolution, relate and come to form in the dynamic space between the audience and the performer.
The tour is guided by ten performers and runs at scheduled intervals over twelve days in June. I’m Bleeding All Over the Place: A Living History Tour includes written text by Brooke O’Harra and Casey Llewellyn, with Erin Courtney, Kristen Kosmas and Heidi Schreck. Original music by Brendan Connelly. Performers include Becca Blackwell, Jane Bradley, Hye Young Chyun, Sharon Hayes, Laryssa Husiak, Anna Kohler, Zave´ Martohardjono, Greg Merhten, Alexander Paris, and Tanya Selvaratnam.
Press for I'm Bleeding All Over The Place
"A captivating walking tour that explores the relationship between audience and performer...the entire experience is a delight from beginning to end. If you have an appetite for adventure, you'll relish it."
"a visceral, thoughtful, compelling piece that works with the audience to create meaning. A stellar effort that is not to be missed."
"there is a unique sense of innocent wonder lurking around every corner"
~ Jose Solis, Stage Buddy
"A meditation on the process of creation and the weirdness of reception...an exploration of the uncomfortable, potentially hostile gap between artist and audience."
~ Alexis Soloski, The New York Times
Director Brooke O'Harra's "sly brilliance shines at every moment."
~ Helen Shaw, Time Out New York
"Before I knew anything about this show I was drawn to it. How could you not, with a name like that?"