Echo

Second in the series of re-imagined Greek myths where the women at the center of the myth tell their own story, Echo, deals with issues surrounding being silenced and reclaiming the voice. Ensemble members drew from personal experience to tell their own stories in solo pieces devised during the rehearsal process. This movement focused play also features live vocals and original music.

Winner of the 10th Annual Art of Adaptation Festival at City Lit Theater

Adapted and Directed by Geneviève Locksley with Guest Director Janet Howe

Original Music by Liz Bagby

Live Vocals by Sarah Taylor

Devised and Performed by:

               

Izis Mollinedo

Karissa Murrell Myers

Katya Terez

Nelia Miller

Geneviève Locksley

It may not always be nice, but my voice will be loud, honest, and unapologetic.

Izis Mollinedo

I will not be afraid of my own voice.

 

Karissa Murrell Myers

Cultivate your voice through rationality, empathy, and integrity. To truly have a voice is to take action.

 

Nelia Miller

I will not wait for approval or permission. I will trust myself and believe that my voice matters.

 

Genevieve Locksley

Your identity is

worth more than

popularity.

 

Katya Terez