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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)


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


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


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

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