This July Theatre Roscius presents HerSheMe-an original movement piece as part of the Best of Fringe Extensions. Introducing Gabi Habush, Constance Strickland, Memory Willis with Direction by Fulya Diner.
Nominated for Best in Dance & Physical Theatre Category
HerSheMe Explores the many faces of womanhood through dance-sound-poetry and movement. It seeks to understand the fragility, femininity and masculinity of womanhood.
LA Critic Bob Leggett: “This show belongs in a category all its own. It was breathtakingly beautiful, from the poetry on which it was based, to the heart wrenching performance of each actor on stage. It reminded me a watching a ballet held in an art museum.While not “theatre” in the traditional sense, this is a remarkable piece that simply must be experienced by every lover of art. Huge kudos to the cast and the director – thanks for taking Fringe 2013 to a whole new level.”
LA Critic Sapna Gandhi: “Completely moved by this piece. It took me back to the activist performance art theater I used to do in San Francisco!”