House #30

Focusing on one house in particular, her favorite out of 60, Kuhlman weaves in the idea of being a modern nomad with true ghost stories, poetry, clowning, music and audience interaction. The show is being developed to be presented in both theaters and private homes.

“Artistically, I am very excited…Although I have done a number of solo shows, I have always told other people’s stories, usually inspired by literature or film or history. This is the first time I’m writing my story, with words first and not my body, going from the personal to the universal instead of the other way around.”

In collaboration with visual artist, Patricia Toovey and musician, Gretta Harley

Additional dramaturgy support by Jon Milazzo, Jennifer Jasper, Joseph Gallo, Martha Enson