We are unspeakably lucky to be surrounded by a community of collaborators creating visceral theatre across the country, as well as within Wilderness productions. In the past year:

At La MaMa in New York, The Day Shall Declare It co-director and choreographer Sophie Bortolussi created One in Themselves, a piece described as “part ritual / part wrestling match…a call to unbridle the deep desires and fears of the silenced woman.”

In her directorial debut in the U.S., Gema Galiana, addressed the changes and shifts of society as it builds, is torn down and rebuilds in her piece, The Last One.

And finally, this April saw The Day Shall Declare It cast member and devising collaborator Anthony Nikolchev’s Anatomy of a Struggle at CalArts, a physical theatre piece dissecting the current state of our union and the prison industrial complex.

Morgan Camper (CalArts MFA ’17), in Anthony Nikolchev’s Anatomy of a Struggle at CalArts.
Header: Sophie Bortolussi (choreographer & co-director, The Day Shall Declare It), in One in Themselves at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, NY.