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Our Glass Figures

Sunday Feb 19, 2017

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700 First Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 766-9412
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Performance of a study on gender, sexuality, intersectionality, oppression and empowerment, the political as personal and the personal as political.



Edited by Caroline Toby Graham

Directed by Jose Castro

Musical Direction by Ty Shoemake

Written, Developed, and Performed by:

Jasmine Bernard, Katie Farmin, Rhiannon Frazier, Caroline Graham, Stephanie Grilo, Somah Haaland, Haley Henson, Jenny Hoffman, Kim Carlozzi, Juliana Myers, Liviana Rodriguez and Eboni Thompson.

February 16th - 19th

Thursday - Saturday at 8 pm

Sunday at 6 pm

The Cell Theatre, 700 1st St. NW, Downtown Albuquerque


Mud & Wine, a Theatre Collective is proud to present a new collaborative work. Created from the writings and physical explorations of twelve talented young women. The diverse cast gathered their own stories and experiences for inspiration as well as investigated the cultural history of a woman's place in society. Through song, dance and written word this show will explore what it means to be a young female in our modern world.

Please note that performances sell-out quickly.  If there is a performance you would like to attend but is listed as SOLD OUT, please call the box office at:  505.766.9412.  All seating at The Cell is "first come/first seated".  Tickets are non-refundable.  Late arrival (less than five minutes prior to curtain time) seating is at the discretion of the box office.  Due to the intimacy of the venue, there might NOT be an appropriate interval to be seated.  If you require ADA seating, please make note of that in the appropriate space below.  The Cell is equipped with a state-of-the-art assistive listening Audio Induction Loop System for the hearing impaired.

See also: Culture Shock

Strength in Fragility

Our Glass Figures examines trauma through performance

Katie Farmin, Jasmine Bernard, Haley Henson, Liviana Rodriguez, Juliana Myers, Somah Haaland, Rhiannon Frazier, Eboni Thompson
Kim Carlozzi

Though the coffee shop was busy with late afternoon bustle, Rhiannon Frasier unabashedly let tears well in her eyes as she talked about her work on Our Glass Figures, a piece of theater opening this weekend at Tricklock and moving to The Cell Theatre in its second week. It's heavy material that Mud&Wine Collective—the theater company producing the event—is grappling with in this original production. Weighty as it is, the content of the piece addresses a lived reality for many people, particularly women. That being said, if you are triggered by discussion of sexual violence, rape, assault and abuse—this might not be the piece of theater to settle into this weekend, it may not even be in your best interest to continue on with this article—but know that the topics are treated honestly and with great care by the 12 women involved with the production. As Frasier spoke, her conviction flashed. “No matter what happens in the performance, just to sit in a room with a lot of women … who are so willing to be completely honest … is empowering, to have women tell you into your eyeballs that this is a horrible time that they went through and they have since come out of it.”

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