TALK TO AT ME
an ode to rodent life and modern love
Written by Adara Meyers | Directed by Shana Gozansky
Performed by Jim Barton, Kervin Germaine, Margarita Martinez, Cesar Muñoz,
and Veronica Anastasio Wiseman
- Premiere of Talk To At Me as part of Sleeping Weazel's Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers: a festival of plays, trans cabaret, and solo performance at Boston Center for The Arts, June 19–21, 2014.
"Talk To At Me is a tour de force that combines a fearless quartet of actors with Shana Gozansky’s precise, disciplined direction — balancing several different things happening at once — with Meyers’s zany, satirical script." — Terry Byrne, The Boston Globe
"I came away feeling I’d been treated to a master class in the meaning (and meaninglessness) behind Shakespeare’s famously despairing comment that life is 'sound and fury, signifying nothing.' Except, that is, the human capacity for making a mess."
— Kilian Melloy, EDGE Boston
"Meyers has had a vision of the precarious scaffolding that human relationships are built on in the post-capitalist era of the liberated individual, his fast media access, and his personal computers. Naturally, the center will not hold."
—Allison Vanouse, HowlRound
This project was supported in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.
- Excerpted workshop production by Sleeping Weazel (directed by Amanda Weir) at The Factory Theatre, May 9, 2012.