A Little Birdie Told Me. Devised outdoor political circus extravaganza created by Denver South high school students featuring 15-foot queer puppet goddesses and a rupture in reality caused by Trump’s tweets.
CLOWNS IN SPACE. Devised by 24 3rd-7th graders (as performers, makers, and musicians) at Blue School. Directed by Clare Hammoor. Photo by Oskar Landi.
Feeling Blue. A new, old-school show devised by 14 3rd-6th graders at Blue School. Directed by Clare Hammoor.Photo by Oskar Landi.
THE ENORMOUS MUSTACHE. Devised from Alain Badiou's Ahmed the Philosopher; 34 short plays for children and everyone else by 17 3rd-6th graders at Blue School. Costumes by Christiane Joy. Directed by Clare Hammoor & Mariangela Lopez.Photo by Oskar Landi.
Postmodern Puppetry. In this collaboration with Blue School faculty and students, we created deep sea puppets and soundscapes controlled by audience members closing a circuit and choosing emotional effects via MaKeyMaKey. This photo features the set-up pre-performance.
Devising Theatre with Writing and Movement. This image captures a moment of the devised storytelling, poetry and movement the women at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility co-created with Ashley Lauren Hamilton and Clare Hammoor and performed for the general population through Rehabilitation Through the Arts. Photo by Ricki Gold.
BOOM. Children rehearse their version of the Big Bang in this new, postmodern, puppet musical with music by Lauren Bernofsky and text by Clare Hammoor. The production, which was commissioned by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, deconstructed four creation myths from around the globe. Designed and directed by Clare Hammoor. Photo by Lauren Bernofsky.
The Jungle Book. Over 800 children (cast, crew and audience members). warm-up before an ensemble production of The Jungle Book. Photo by Jim Mittenthal.