Frozen by Bryony Lavery
She grieves and grieves. The texture of the light captures her mottled grief.
He, just a disturbed lonely man, has cruelly killed dozens of adolescent girls.
takes on a physical manifestation in the body. In this production the body became the true manifestation of story.
She studies serial killers and speaks on them, comparing the actions of their minds to the actions of ice in the arctic.
This is the actual brain imaging of a serial killer
She remembers her first daughter who brings her Tibetan prayer flags to offer prayers of healing.
She discusses sins of commission vs. sins of ommission.
When mother confronts killer
Guilt takes hold and he commits suicide
In this dark exploration of human nature, we learn of the perplexity of who we are, how we grieve, how we hurt one another. And the ultimate question is, how to we forgive?
Scenic Design by David Leugs
Lighting design by Catie Dreher
Costume Design by Heather Brown