A multi-site specific performance, staged once-a-year for seven consecutive years. Unfolds on the streets, lawns, and alleyways of a quiet residential neighborhood in Austin, Texas. Audience travels through the performance as a funeral processional of cars as staged vignettes pop up in the passing landscape. Performance explores themes of Jewish migration, grief and loss, and how memory works.
Presented by the University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance and Refraction Arts Fusebox Festival, supported by a grant from the City of Austin Division of Cultural Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and individual donors.