Lex & Goldaline

Description of Work

The audience (around 20 people) is led into a black-box theater, in which we have constructed multiple rooms connected by hallways. Half of the audience is led into the parent's bedroom, and half into a basement living room. In the bedroom, audience A watches a story of the titular sisters growing from childhood to adolescence, focusing on their parent's divorce. In the basement room, audience B watches a story of a day where Lex, the older sister, brings her first girlfriend over, and Goldaline, 3 year younger, tries to be involved in their intimacy but can't. Periodically secret passages to magic rooms open in the walls and you see a heightened, stranger version of the world. One of the secret passages leads to a red cabaret, where the audience comes together for a brief time. Then audience A goes to the basement, audience B goes to the paren'ts bedroom, and each sees the story they missed the first time. These rooms share a wall, so the noises of the past and future drift through.

Media

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

photo by Steve Weinick

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