360RepCo

Todays Date: 12/16/19
Last Update: 07/17/14 05:43:01 PM
 
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We believe when the playwright’s words, the actors’ emotional and physical embodiment, the director’s all-around vision, and the audience’s collective psyche all come together - it forms a complete circle.

Vision Statement:

  • To foster new playwrights, as well as produce plays that have been forgotten and plays that deserve another chance, in the not-for-profit setting. 

  • To give life to the playwright’s vision through a heightened sense of the physical life – a movement vocabulary, which includes the observance of small everyday gestures and their meanings - thus creating a shorthand to the audience’s own experiences. 

  • To look at theatre as a dance of life, a full-bodied performance that ebbs and flows and reaches out in all directions at once.

  • To integrate movement, music, voice and images in such a way as to allow each individual audience member to be both a part of the whole and at the same time affect them on a personal level. 

  • To capture and illuminate emotional and psychic imagery, by tapping into those triggers to our past that we all carry with us.

  • To create moments that can be at once both profound and profane, where one may find humor another may find pathos. 

  • To give voice and physical life to these disparities of the human condition. 

  • To provide a safe space for exploration that encourages actors to try new approaches forging a  more realized sense of ownership in the creative process. 

  • To curate artists from different disciplines to make sure our mission is carried out.

  • To break down the fourth wall engaging the audience, making them more active participants.  

  • To give the audience back their imaginations.


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Lancelot  | Open: 08/13/14 Close: 08/29/14
A world premiere drama by award-winning playwright Steven Fechter (The Woodsman), and music by New York-based rock band The Head Set. Thom Fogarty directs a cast of four, including Stephen James Anthony* (Bway: War Horse), Lulu Fogarty*, Romy Nordlinger* and Grant Riordon. *Member, AEA.

Ryan is a quiet young man who has a good job, a steady girlfriend, and a nice, normal life in Oklahoma – that is, until Ginger arrives. With Ginger come memories of a wanton and wildly creative boy Ryan thought he had buried ten years ago. But can anyone kill the part of themselves that is most madly alive? Ryan will soon find out. Being a man in Oklahoma is the loneliest fate in the world.

 

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