Mar 16 - Apr 9, 2017
Directed by Colin Hovde
Movement by Dody DiSanto
“Theater Alliance’s Mnemonic Is One of the Area’s Best Productions of the Year” — Washington City Paper
Originally conceived and directed by Simon McBurney and devised by the company
The human story is the story of migration. Through potent physicality, inventive design, and striking visuals, Mnemonic reminds us of our interconnectedness in a world where people are still moving, whether by choice or circumstance. Theater Alliance’s production will update the piece with American touchstones and 21st century technology, to highlight the universality and timelessness of the quest to learn where we are from and where we are going.
“Graceful, intelligent, occasionally moving and occasionally brilliant, Mnemonic gives us a chance to recognize that we are all children of the same Earth, borne of the same fears and of the same restless desire to move and know.”
DC Theatre Scene: Mnemonic takes dramatic journey…
“Theater Alliance’s production of Mnemonic, directed by Colin Hovde, is not just a story of migration, but of who we are as humans…worth watching over and over”
BWW Review: MNEMONIC Leaves a Deep Impression
“a work of theatrical art so richly imagined and so radically transformational that it causes a healing hush to fall over the audience.”
DCMTA Review: ‘Mnemonic’ at Theater Alliance
“Theater Alliance’s Mnemonic Is One of the Area’s Best Productions of the Year”
Washington City Paper: Mnemonic is “one of the area’s best productions”
All photos taken by Teresa Wood
Cast and production
* Member Actor’s Equity Association
+ Member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society
^ Member United Scenic Artists, USA Local 829
2 hours, no intermission
Adult – $40
Senior, Student, Military – $30
All previews are half price.
Please Note: This show contains moments of full male nudity.
Radical Neighboring Initiative
Name Your Own Price tickets are available for each performance to make sure that the price of a ticket does not stop anyone from seeing live theater. To claim a ticket under the program just show up at the Box Office one hour before the show and there will be a minimum of 10 Name Your Own Price tickets available.