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Missing 411 (2020-22)

Interdisciplinary performance piece based in horror-comedy.

What I did: Co-Produce, Devise, Perform, Design

Devised by SlugFest Theatre

Music Supervision by Robert Fernandez

Developed with/Directed by Bailey Nassetta

Created in Residency at Upper Jay Arts Center 

Recipient of Puffin Foundation Grant (2021)

Upper Jay Arts Center, Cincinnati, Providence (RI)

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2020 Residency

Upper Jay Arts Center

Creation of "Missing 411": a vaudevillian variety show; borrowing source material from the CanAm Missing Project and Missing411 community on Reddit; featuring The Movie Much Twins, JBB (Jet Bulge Bronson), Tortle, and Brad. One audience member was chosen each night to "go missing" into the absurd world of clown, playing a pivotal role in the recovery of friendship.

2021 Residency

Upper Jay Arts Center

The project becomes MISSING 411: INTO THE VOID, a piece blending live performance and projected film within a three-story building, in which the aforementioned characters were joined by Muckle, Julio, and Banana; windows used for visual sightlines and radio transmission to broadcast sound; audiences watched in parked cars across the street: a global-health-dystopian take on the drive-in movie musical.

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Cincinnati Fringe

2021

A recording of the live performance blended with the video components to create one film; recipient of Puffin Foundation Grant; recipient of this great review!

Providence Fringe

2021

Adapted for stage production; one audience member was chosen to play Muckle (a cardboard cutout) via projected lines/karaoke

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