"Love in Space-Time"
A MOVEMENT-BASED PROJECT IN DEVELOPMENT
Love in Space-Time: 12 Scenes in Re-Memory
An original, movement-based, performance work for the stage
Written by Gia Forakis. Developed by GF&CO
Photos are taken from Project Development Residencies (February & June 2019)
Original Music by Katie Down
**For list of actors seen in the video see below**
Love In Space-time is built on the premise that it’s during our experiences of love and loss and grief that a doorway into the 4th dimension opens up for us, and what happens if we walk through it.
The story traces one woman's passage through the love and loss of two men – her father and her lover.
In Love In Space-time scenes overlap, repeat, layer upon one another, and time and space are fluid.
Love In Space-Time is a story about what lies on the other side of grief. It is a journey of hope, humor, and transcendence.
LOVE IN SPACE-TIME is a multi-media movement-based performance project, for four OTOA trained performers with movement experience, which we envision with a video and sound installation.
We envision this project as a hybrid of theater & dance within the idiom of poetic-realism.
The Script is written by Gia Forakis.
The Project is being developed by GF&CO.
The Stage Direction is being led by Gia Forakis and has been developed in collaboration with GF&CO’s Member, Director Darya Gauthier
Choreography is being created by Gia Forakis in collaboration with the cast.
THEMES & GOALS
The Themes of this project are based on memory and remembering (re-memory) and their impact on time and space affect how the narrative unfolds.
Our Goal is to create an experience of space-time --also known as the 4th dimension or the time continuum.
HISTORY OF SUPPORT
Love in Space-Time has received financial from :
The Yampolsky Foundation, E. Andrews, Evelyn Cohen, Alan Green, Linda Henderson, Faith Pepe, Theresa Reeves Simpson, David Vernon, Phyllis Yampolsky
And developmental residencies from
The Putney School, Putney, VT, Next Stage Arts Project, Putney, VT, TheaterLab Hotel New Works, NYC, Java Hauz Studios, and Alchemical Studios, NYC.