Three Plays Five Lives

Presented in April, 2002 at Liminal Space.

This Liminal performance was a large exploration of narrative structure that combined three short plays about five people into one performance. Unlike a play in three acts, the three plays were performed simultaneously on three raked stages where dialogue and action overlapped to create a contrapuntal arrangement of voices, sound, images and movement. Three Plays, Five Lives also focused on the collision of several independent elements of action and media in live space. 

The technology in the space responded to the sounds and movements of actors through multiple digital sensors that magnified the intensities of their physical presence.


The Oregonian, May 5, 2003
Willamette Week, April 25, 2003
Portland Mercury, April 24, 2003
Portland Mercury, April 17, 2003