WAKE

The clocks stopped. Darkness flooded the day. A mother commits an unforgivable act by accidentally killing her own child. Fueled by unending guilt, she cycles through haunting dreamscapes of death and rebirth. As her reality decomposes into surreal nightmare, she voices her infinite despair amidst vivid visual and sound environments. Inspired by a true story, […]

Bubbles of Hope

BUBBLES OF HOPE premiered at the Dumbo Arts Festival in Brooklyn. Beginning with a triumphant arrival by ferry at Pier 1 and culminating at the Tobacco Factory, Russian performance artist and provocateur Andrey Bartenev led a procession of over 60 amazing performers dressed in his wildly imaginative costumes.   CREDITS: Creative Concept by: Andrey Bartenev, […]

My Alice

My Alice

AN ENSEMBLE-DEVISED WORK ABOUT THE TRUE STORY OF CHARLES DODGSON, aka Lewis Carroll, and Alice Liddell, his child muse for Alice in Wonderland. by Mei Ann Teo and Ensemble Pacific Union College, 2010  

Iphegenia 2.0

Iphegenia 2.0

AGAMEMNON IS CONVINCED BY HIS BROTHER MENELAUS TO START A WAR, but there is no wind for the war ships. The oracle proclaims that for this war to happen, Agamemnon must sacrifice his daughter Iphigenia. He lures her and mother Clytemnestra by promising marriage to her beloved Achilles. The wedding party arrives in joyous celebration. Tragedy […]

Porcelain

Porcelain

PORCELAIN IS AN EXAMINATION OF A YOUNG MAN’S CRIME OF PASSION. Triply scorned — as an Asian, a homosexual, and now a murderer — 19-year-old John Lee has confessed to shooting his lover in a public lavatory in London. Porcelain dissects the crime through a prism of conflicting voices: newscasts, flashbacks, and John’s own recollections […]

Fiddler on the Roof

Fiddler on the Roof

THE CLASSIC MUSICAL based on Sholem Aleichem’s Tevye and his Daughters, set in Tsarist Russia in 1905. by Bock, Harnick and Stein Napa Valley Musical Theatre, 2005

Clayfeet/Wirewings: The Space Between

Clayfeet/Wirewings: The Space Between

USING AS TEXT THE GOD AND ANGEL POEMS, by John McDowell, this is an immersive ensemble devised theatre experience that takes one an imagined apocalypse to re-imagine the world and our ideas about who and what the divine is and should be. REVIEWS: “A richly layered experience, a journey for each individual and yet also […]

Waiting for Godot

Waiting for Godot

BECKETT’S 20th CENTURY MASTERPIECE IS REVIVED HERE WITH A YOUNG, DIVERSE CAST. Full of humor, pathos, and devastating reality, Beckett’s vision of humanity is brutal and beautiful in its simplicity. » REVIEWS: “The Dreamweavers Theatre production is as good a production of Samuel Beckett’s existential classic as you’re likely to see….under Mei Ann Teo’s able direction.” […]

The Seagull

The Seagull

CHEKHOV’S CLASSIC GET A FRESH INTERPRETATION, with a multi-talented, diverse cast and the lush sounds of opera. by Anton Chekhov Columbia University, 2012

The Feast

The Feast

IN A WORLD WHERE THERE IS A MYSTERIOUS SHORTAGE OF MEAT, hostess Wendy and her guests wait for her husband Frances to come home to dinner. As they pass the time, excruciating tensions are revealed, and their hunger grows to the extent that they eat Frances when he returns. by Celine Song Theatre That Transcends […]