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Unorthodox Methods of Cosmic Flight

How to build a slingshot big enough to shoot yourself into the cosmos: A comical journey of begrudging allies, a few Big Questions, and no helpful answers. Inspired by Ilya Kabakov’s visual art installation “The Man Who Flew Into Space From His Apartment”, Theatre and Installation Art combine into a show for anyone who has ever looked up at the night sky and felt the incomprehensible need to go.


Two cosmonauts of varying degrees of legitimacy “collaborate” to find a way into space, creating their own art installation in response to one made so many years ago.

Read our review HERE!

Photo Credit: Doriane Feinstein

The Living Gallery at Launch Point

The gallery comes to life in a love letter to the Cosmos. Guests  wandered through Launch Point, a warehouse turned art installation and maze-like gallery, discovering artwork and hidden performers along the way. The gallery included painting, illustration work, light sculptures, visual installations, and performers of various backgrounds, with each artist  responding to space flight and exploration.


We were proud to reach our goal of 80% of the venue installation being sourced from recycled, borrowed, salvaged, or sustainably sourced materials.

Ulysses Missa

Nominated for Best Direction in the New York Theatre Festival Summerfest 2022 Season!

Celebrating the work of James Joyce and celebrating the communion we find in connection with each other, Ulysses Missa is an 80-minute a capella musical and joyous ritual of finding new family and rediscovering old. 

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Unorthodox Methods of Cosmic Flight

Part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival 2021, 

A mostly devised performance inspired by Ilya Kabakov's "The Man Who Flew Into Space From His Apartment" (pictured, the second photograph), two dubious characters fight over which one of them will be flung into space in their makeshift slingshot, as the actors create in real-time a visual installation in conversation with Kabakov's earlier work. 

Read about the production HERE

Photo Credit: Colin Sass

We're Here Because You Are

What happens when you mash up a theatrical production, a gallery, and a choose-your-own-adventure story? We're Here Because You Are was developed for the 2020 Philadelphia Fringe as a virtual production because of Covid 19. Audience choose their path through a custom-built website by selecting artwork or following actor prompts

The gallery was curated using a telephone-style game where artists were sent work from previous artists, and made images, sculptures, prompts, or written work based on what they received. Actors created monologues also through this process. Overall we had about 30 to 40 participants from 5 different countries and 10 different states