the waiting room
Presented by CORNINGWORKS the glue factory project
Wed-Sun, September 5-9
a surreal, multi-disciplinary, transcendent, dance theater work where death meets life. . .
Using the catalyst of a little known Jewish tradition, where from the moment of death until the moment of burial, a body should not be left unattended, a SHOMER (guard) is engaged to sit through the long overnight vigil.
What is it like sitting in a room alone with death for hours?
Through the integral use of creative projections, theatrical innovations, and Corning’s poignant choreographic style, this group of performing and visual artists collaboratively create a stunning, often times surreal and otherworldly experience, proffering a transcendent work that touches more on life, than on death. How can it not?
Photo by corningworks / frank walsh
Garage parking is available for $7 cash only
For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Emma at 412-320-4610 ext. 16 or firstname.lastname@example.org