Immersive Performance Piece Explores Citizenship
The Interrogation Room is an immersive performance piece, grounded in whimsy and absurdity, that comments on and parodies the power dynamics involved with gaining citizenship, entry or membership to a new space. Inside a processing center for the independent state of Samchriavid, audience members are invited to choose from two levels of participation: applicant or spectator. Applicants are randomly assessed, selected for interrogation, measured, and when the interaction concludes, issued on-the-spot judgements of their statuses. This production at San Francisco's Fort Mason Center was created in collaboration with the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts' fellowship program, Why Citizenship?
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The last date listed for The Interrogation Room was Sunday, May 27, 2018 / 2:00pm.