Things Are You The All
June 20-22, 2014
Theo Goodell & Rachel Jendrzejewski
Where do you end and I begin?
Do our parts add up to a coherent whole?
So what if change is the only constant?
THINGS ARE YOU THE ALL is a broken performance about bodies, boundaries, and the ways we try to connect.
This project builds on investigations of both content and form that Theo and Rachel have been pursuing from different angles over the past few years, while opening up space for a wide range of converging perspectives from their collaborators and the audience. Digging into the material with an outstanding ensemble of nearly twenty performers, visual artists, musicians, and special guests, this multidisciplinary work about human relationships is parts installation, cabaret and play.
Text/Direction by Theo Goodell
in collaboration with the Ensemble
Dramaturge: Rachel Jendrzejewski
Ki Seung Rhee
Hannah Quinn Rivenburgh
Music: Matt Larson
Installation: Scotty Gunderson
Costumes: Amy Elizabeth Taylor
Choreography: Angharad Davies
Consulting Artist: Noah Bremer
Theo Goodell is a writer and interdisciplinary artist. He's a transplant from the Boston area, where he was a ne'er-do-well and later studied visual art, theater, and music. He has collaborated in various roles with Rachel Jendrzejewski, Padua Playwrights, Imaginary Beasts, National Theater of Allston, New Exhibition Room, Bad Habit Players, and electronic musician Blevin Blectum, among others. He holds an MFA in playwriting from Brown University.
Rachel Jendrzejewski is a writer and interdisciplinary artist, originally from the cornfields of Indiana. She lived for seasons in Los Angeles, Poland, and Providence before moving to Minneapolis in 2011 as a Playwrights’ Center Jerome Fellow. Her work includes collaborations with Theo Goodell, Megan and Murray McMillan, SuperGroup, Red Eye Theater, and Padua Playwrights, among others. She holds an MFA in playwriting from Brown University.
PR Photo: Amy Elizabeth Taylor
New Works 4 Weeks is supported with project funding from Jerome Foundation and Metropolitan Regional Arts Council through an appropriation from the Minnesota Legislature. Red Eye’s 30th season is made possible with general operating support from the Carolyn Foundation, Kaemmer Fund of HRK Foundation, The McKnight Foundation, Target, and by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.