Rituals for Nothing/prayers to no god: a Work-in-Progress Showing - August 12

We are our own future archeologists. Trying to decipher past self, but the gifts from our past selves are gibberish. We are spellcasting, feeding ghosts, speaking to the dead, leaving artifacts along the path for ourselves like Hansel and Gretel, carrying stones and grief. We are priestesses and pilgrims. The Cosmos and the Reverse Cosmos are destinations. Traveling through geologic time, can our bones remember being the molten state of earth before they were someone else’s bones? Just read the list and let it be a stupid incantation.

Join us outside in Powderhorn Park for a work-in-progress of a new performance work by Monica Thomas and Theresa Madaus. Featuring Judith Howard, Krista Langberg, and Sylvan Madaus Derenne.

Friday, August 12
Powderhorn Park
Free to attend; RSVP requested

This is a short, semi-formal showing of an in-progress work.
Please email Theresa to let us know you are coming, and we’ll send you the exact location within Powderhorn.
We ask all audience members to wear masks. (Yes, even though it’s outside! We respect the highly contagious nature of the current Covid variants and don’t want to contribute to the spread.)

In case of rain, we will move to an indoor location (with masks required) and will email the address by 5:00pm on the day of the showing.

Thanks to HAIR+NAILS for rehearsal support.

Location Info

Powderhorn Park


Contact Info

Theresa Madaus