The Storm in My House excavates the perceived lines between peoples, lands and values. We cannot know the outcome. We question and embody what can be done to survive, live in a home, be kind, play and embrace the changes that will come. We also ask for grace as we face the storm.
Inside the performance you will find the song maker, the twisted dancer, the listener and the interplay of darkness and the light that defines it. There is despair. There is hope.
Performed by Shinichi Iova-Koga, Kamerin McDonald and Suki O’Kane.
Lighting by Allen Willner.
Sets and Props by Frank Lee.