A play about a mother’s incomprehensible grief.
Based on the ancient Greek tragedy Hecuba
by Euripides, Motherload
is a 30-hour, 5-day durational performance, enacted by 12 performers and manifested from a 160-page original adaptation. Staged in the main hallway of a school.
Performed by Jasmine Albuquerque Croissant, Fernando Sanchez, Páll Haukur, Miles Hartfelder, Wojciech Kosma, Myrrhia Rodriguez, Sarah Shoemaker, Katie Rediger, Jocelynn Suarez, Clay Gibson, Claire Kohne, and Johanna Hedva.
Excerpts of the text appear as poems in PANK
March 5 - 9, 2012, L-Shape Gallery, CalArts