A radically honest snapshot of complex emotions in tumultuous times.
"I was struggling to come up with a piece for this commission. Often, the work I make is deeply satirical, or deeply earnest and silly. I also hadn't been making much work that wasn't for others. So I struggled. I had and still have too many thoughts in my mind. They all seem to overlap, and crash into each other. I didn't know what to say. I also didn't know how to say it. This was an attempt to be honest with myself, and you. I like it, I like the sound of the rain and the rhythm of the pages. It isn't an offer of comfort or an implication. I think it's a snapshot. A frozen frame." – BRETT ROBINSON
BRETT ASHLEY ROBINSON is a Barrymore and Golden Tassel Jawn nominated theatre maker in Philadelphia. She has worked with New York Theatre Workshop, The Public, The Wilma, Lightning Rod Special, Pig Iron Theater Company, Ars Nova Ant Fest,The Arden Theatre Company, InterAct Theatre Company, The Flea Theatre, Theatre Horizon, Geva Theatre, and Actors Theatre of Louisville. She is a company member of Applied Mechanics and a member of the HotHouse–the Wilma Theater resident company.