Theater Grottesco

Keyholes: 2003

Celebrating 20 years of irreverent theater, Keyholes is a third collection of short works showcasing the classics and the entire company as creators. Elizabeth Wiseman's first full choreography entitled River Rock Lullaby, an Irish Ghost Story by Seamus Deane, adapted by Acushla Bastible and Charles Gamble, told by a band of buffoons; I am Born to Preach the Gospel, based on the character Hazel Motes from Flannery O'Conner's Wise Blood adapted and performed by Rod Harrison, The Anniversary by Anton Chekhov, directed by Kent Kirkpatrick, a preview of Shakespeare's 12th Night adapted by John Flax and told from the servant's perspective; with Todd Anderson's "Don" of Ceremonies. Performed in Santa Fe's CCA Warehouse, a spectacular venue renovated by the company for this production.

 

 

Reviews

 

"ingenious...riveting...astonishing"

The Santa Fe Reporter

 

"A must see event"

The Santa Fe New Mexican

 

"jaw-dropping"

The Fringe Magazine