Pittsburgh, PA: CORNINGWORKS The Glue Factory Project presents "RIGHT OF WAY"
CORNINGWORKS & The New Hazlett Theater present
THE GLUE FACTORY PROJECT - dancetheater productions created on
internationally & nationally renowned performers over the age of 40
RIGHT OF WAY
One simple chromosome – JUST ONE.
Within moments of arriving into the world, based entirely on our genitals, we are decorated with either a pink or blue bow. Without saying a word, without lifting a finger, our identities assumed, our paths decided. Or are they?
With dry wit and pathos, RIGHT OF WAY— an original full-evening length, multidisciplinary dancetheater work — asks who gets to determine gender roles, and at what psychological costs?
And on some level — aren’t we all “in drag”?
Choreography by Beth Corning
Performed by Beth Corning, Jezebel D'Opulence
Lighting Design by Iain Court
photo by Frank Walsh
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