Performed in 1918: An Immersive Theatrical Event

I can't stop reeling over the phenomenal experience it was to attend 1918: An Immersive Theatrical Event.

I am so honored to have be invited to be a performer in this wildly challenging, transformative exploration into the lives of nurses during WWI with Breadcrumbs Productions. I am so amazed by the original work that was created, devised, choreographed by this amazing group of talented performers. I had the unique pleasure of participating in this immersive theatre performance surrounded by the rich architecture warm audience at the Cayuga Museum of History and Art & Case Research Lab.

Special thanks goes to Maya Dwyer our co-creator & performer, and all our performers Jodi Bova-Mele, and Lauren Puente.

I am especially grateful for Tanner Efinger our director and fearless deviser and for Carleena Manzi & Isaac Betters & Josiah for their hard work on creating costumes, projections and every detail of this performance. Photos are by Amelia Marie Swanson Beamish at AB Photography.

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