Driven by extreme emotional states and voyeuristic urges Faye Driscoll’s There is so much mad in me explores shifting states of mob-consciousness as choreography. Nine powerhouse performers slide from one extreme to the next revealing parallel universes lodged within familiar states of mind.
There’s so much mad in me premiered in March 2010 at Dance Theater Workshop.
Performed by: Lindsay Clark, Lily Gold, Michael Helland, Tony Orrico, Jennie MaryTai Liu, Jacob Slominski, Adaku Utah, Jesse Zaritt and Nikki Zialcita
Set Design: Sara C. Walsh
Costume Design: Machine Dazzle
Lighting Design: Amanda K. Ringger
Sound Design: Brandon Wolcott
April 2011: The Fusebox Festival (Austin, TX)
September 2010: Dance Theater Workshop (New York, NY) – Remount
March 2010: Dance Theater Workshop (New York, NY) – Premiere
There is so much mad in me was created, in part, with support from the Greenwall Foundation, BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange and with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities, supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. There is so much mad in me was also created through a commission from the ADF with support from the ADF/Stephanie Reinhart Fund with additional support provided by the SHS Foundation and was created during a residency provided by the Joyce Theater Foundation, New York City, with major support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and through a year long residency with the Performance Project @ University Settlement.