About the Production
A.M./A.M. - The Articulated Man is a dance theater work integrating film, inspired by the Golem myth. It is the expression of a robot's dream life. Fantastical and surrealistic, it plays out in an all white set with all white furniture. This almost wordless, music driven work is more poetry than prose that takes the audience for a wild ride through a wonderland.
Dedicated to Jean Claude Ribes.
Production Team And Cast
Conceived, Written and Directed by
Kim Druce and Louise Smith
Set and Prop Design
Ishmael Houston-Jones, Webdelien Haveman, Ciel Werts, Louise Smith, Rob List, Jeannie Hutchins Narrators: Michael Duffy, Phil Lee, Ishmael Houston-Jones Film Performers: Rob List, Ciel Werts, Ping Chong
La MaMa E.T.C., New York, NY (February 1982)
The Mickery Theatre, Amsterdam, Holland (1982)
Spirit Square Art Center, Charlotte, NC
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada
Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Portland, OR
Washington Hall Performance Gallery, Seattle, Washington (January 1983)
Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Wadsworth Theatre, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Togamura Theatre Festival, Suzuki Company, Japan (1986)
Osaka Theatre Festival, Osaka Rodo Kaidan, Japan (1986)
First Night, Boston Shakespeare Theatre, Boston, MA
Villager Award 1982
La MaMa E.T.C.