A darkly funny show about our deep need to define ourselves, and the challenges of finding a safe corner of the world – and our minds – in which to do so.
Written and Preformed by Yuval Boim
Directed by Darren Katz
Producer: Natalie Gershtein
Composer/Sound Designer: Erik T. Lawson
Dramaturg: Shannon Deep
Next: March, 2016: Cleveland Public Theatre
Daniel can’t write. He can’t keep a boyfriend. He can’t stand the thought of moving home to help his Israeli parents with their failing business. The only thing he can do, it seems, is spiral deeper into a mysterious relationship with a potentially dangerous stranger. Told in a narrative-movement style with virtuosic elegance and a touch of wry humor, SeXcurity explores our deep need to define ourselves and the challenges of finding a safe corner of the world – and our minds – in which to do so.
Contributing collaborators: Tal Yarden (Projection Design), Whitney Adams (Costume Design), Todd Wren (Lighting Design), Calder Kusmierski Singer (Composition and Sound Design), Jo Winiarski (Set Consultant).
Joyce Soho/The Field Emerging Artist Residency: Spring 2011
Dixon Place Workshop: December 2011
IRT Residency: May 2013
Cleveland Public Theater Out of the Box Series: March 2016
Devised and developed partly through space grants and residencies at The Field (with support from the Lambent Foundation), Joyce Soho, Chashama, Dixon Place and IRT Theater.