Performances: November 30-December 6 at 8pm (Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday at 2pm) at the Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater on the Skidmore College Campus
The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce the
premiere of a multilingual version of The Orphan Sea by Caridad Svich, 2012 Lifetime
Achievement OBIE award winner. Director Eunice Ferreira, Skidmore theater professor,
innovatively infuses the play with multiple languages, song, poetry, film and dance to invite
audiences on a metatheatrical journey.
Caridad Svich’s Archipelago premieres November 24, 2016 at Lighthouse Poole Centre for the Arts in Dorset, England under Stephen Wrentmore’s direction starring Nathan Ives-Moiba and Lisa Caruccio Came.
Archipelago is a story of love.
Love found and lost and found …
Love, like the breaking of water on the shore, is constant and fluid. It tells the story of she and he. She is from here. He is from there. In a place that is here and there. One of them is always the outsider. So is love strong enough to hold them together?
Caridad Svich’s beautiful new play asks if love can transcend and surpass the boundaries of difference. It speaks to the moments between two people who are desperately seeking connection; to find each other and themselves in the in-between during tumultuous times.
Hannah – Lisa Caruccio Came
Ben – Nathan Ives-Moiba
Director – Stephen Wrentmore
Scenic & Costume Design – Yoon Bae
Lighting Design – Ace McCarron
Film Design – Desperate Optimists: Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor
Composer – Karen Wimhurst
Casting Director – Vicky Richardson
Production Manager – Libby Battaglia
Lighthouse is part of a consortium of theatres developing new and exciting work. This production is made possible with seed money from Black Theatre Live.
We would also like to thank our anonymous donor for the faith, love and trust, and Jerwood Space, London and and English Touring Theatre for rehearsal and audition facilities.
For more information visit: https://www.lighthousepoole.co.uk/whats-on/2016/archipelago
by Caridad Svich
2016 keynote address for the After Pulse: PlayFest at Orlando Shakes before evening of readings from the AFTER ORLANDO theatre action curated by Missing Bolts Productions and NoPassport theatre alliance
livestreamed on Orlando Shakes’ FB page
on Nov 5 2016
it runs 29 minutes
Deserts interweaves the stories of illegal immigrants to take a bold look at the violence and poverty along the U.S./Mexico border. Through the stories of a mother and child, undocumented workers, and snipers and preachers, the strength of the human spirit emerges from a struggle for survival.
This translation/adaptation was commissioned and developed at the Lark Play Development Center, New York City, as part of the 2007 US/Mexico Playwright Exchange Program. It was subsequently developed and presented at the 2010 5th Biennial Latino Theatre Festival at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. This publication is a collaboration between NoPassport Press and the Lark.
Direct purchase link: http://www.lulu.com/shop/caridad-svich-and-hugo-alfredo-hinojosa/deserts/paperback/product-22911078.html
“Six Hundred and Ninety-Two Million: On Art, Ethics and Activism” by Caridad Svich http://howlround.com/six-hundred-and-ninety-two-million-on-art-ethics-and-activism
premieres September 1 through November 6, 2016 at Teatro Espressivo in San Jose, Costa Rica under Jose Zayas’ direction. For more information visit: http://www.espressivo.cr/
preview article: http://www.nacion.com/ocio/teatro/hombres-solos-contrasta-brutal-poetico_0_1582841713.html