Remain in light
Written and Directed
by Matt Slaybaugh
May 9 - May 25, 2019
Riffe Center Studio
77 South High St.
Whitney Thomas Eads, Elena M. Perantoni, and Dakota Thorn.
Brian Gray, Adam Humphrey, Kara Jobe, Jason Kientz, Elena M. Perantoni, Epiphany Pope, Dakota Thorn, and Michelle Weiser.
Thursday, May 9 @ 8pm (w/ talkback)
Friday, May 10 @ 8pm (w/ talkback)
Saturday, May 11 @ 8pm
Sunday, May 12 @ 2pm
Friday, May 17 @ 8pm (w/ talkback)
Saturday, May 18 @ 8pm
Thursday, May 23 @ 8pm (w/ talkback)
Friday, May 24 @ 8pm (w/ talkback)
Saturday, May 25 @ 8pm
Read about the "WHY" behind Remain in Light...
"An intelligent and playful look at the tenets and tools of the positive psychology movement... this gentle, quietly uplifting and admirably complex piece offers not just an evening’s entertainment but insight and concrete suggestions on how to make peace with life as a human being."
"This kaleidoscopic, physical collage tackles some of the biggest questions facing us today... the joyous play slides in and out of the darkness in rhythms as recognizable as a heartbeat... It presents the finest dramatization of something difficult, slippery, and internal... It’s a reminder to be here in the moment and here for one another. Who among us couldn’t use that?"
ABOUT THIS PLAY
Remain in Light is:
- a collage of movement, moments, songs, and visions.
- a practical handbook for being a better whatever you already are.
- a show for anyone seeking more joy and well being.
After a series of encounters with the science and philosophy of the mind, an ordinary woman begins the difficult journey of learning to make a life worth living. The route is marked by grit and gratitude, loving kindness and living with purpose, and the realization that other people really do matter. Confronting her own heartache against a backdrop of contemporary confusion, she struggles to stay on the path.
RECOMMENDED IF YOU LIKE: big questions, , reflecting on what it means to be human, curiosity, ambiguity, Pema Chodron, David Byrne