CounterPULSE and Headlands Center for the Arts present
MAR 7-10, THU-SUN at 8PM
Friday post-show artist talk with Headlands Program Director Brian Karl
You’re Me considers how we are constantly made-up and un-done by each other. With the constraint of just two performers on stage the whole time, Faye Driscoll and a second performer fight a sweaty, evocative, disturbing and deeply funny battle with the dualism they face; male/female, director/performer and performer/audience. Imbued with the adrenaline of potentially dire consequences, You’re Me is a moving portrait of the impossible struggle to unhinge the palindromic loop of self and other.
The presentation of Faye Driscoll was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and additional funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.