Monday, October 31, 2016
THE HOUSE OF ILLUSIO - November 11 - November 20, 2016
This modern and experimental piece tells the story of a man who is lost in his own imagination. He is tormented by the “the voices” inside his head and pursues his freedom from agony. The audience will experience a magical journey through a compilation of eight different characters performed by one actor. The piece, creatively staged in and presented at a private residence, incorporates the use of masks, puppetry, live music and media in its design.
Javier Stefano De Vita is a Venezuelan actor, director, and producer. As an ASU MFA student he has been seen in such plays as, She Kills Monsters (2016), The Hour we Knew Nothing of Each Other [DE/AS]cending (2015); also in the capstone films, Nun Cop (2015) and Receiver (2016). He participated in the IMDB film Witch Child (2016), and played the role of Che in the musical EVITA with the Tuscany Theatre Company (2015), Soldier Felix Rodriguez in El Che by Marcelino Quinonez, and he was also part of the cast of MET’s production of Sweeney Todd (both in 2016). His work in Venezuela has included recognition as a director, producer and designer for many plays, important international theater festivals and several academic artistic projects focused on J. Grotowski's legacy.
7:30PM November 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20
5:30PM November 12, 13, 19
This is a free event, but contributions are appreciated.
Seating is limited. Confirmations one day before the performance will be required to secure a seat. Early Reservations do not guarantee a ticket to the show.