Over the course of eighteen months, beginning in January 2015, we took a chronological look back at each of our major original productions.  One night each month, we gathered the work's creative team, remembered what we could of the piece and its processes, and presented those memories to an audience.  We called these evenings "rememberings."

Then, over Memorial Day weekend in May 2016, we culminated this grand commemoration with Remembering: A Marathon Retrospective of 20 Years in 72 Hours.  Featuring the casts, crews, props and costumes from 22 original productions in an all-day, non-stop remembering marathan, as well as the final performance of the first draft of our newest work, Sea of Common Catastrophe, Remembering was a fun and intense 72 hours.

It all began with an opening reception featuring remarks from MK Wegmann, exiting CEO of National Performance Network, and Scott Hutcheson, Senior Advisor to the Mayor for Cultural Economy, and closed with a round of Performative Toasts by artists and friends including Urban Bush Women, PearlDamour, Mondo Bizarro, Goat in the Road Productions, and Moscow Nights.  Special thanks to Shannon Brinkman for the amazing pics!


Remembering is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, and by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, as administered through the Arts Council of New Orleans.