A House Divided
For people who believe the child-like notion that creativity can unite us, for people that want their soul fed with this notion, A House Divided may be for you.
My latest show, A House Divided (formerly named, The Age of Treason) is about my beloved sister who was like my second mother to me and now a Trumper, who stopped speaking to me after the January 6th Insurrection in Washington D.C.. How can we mend fences when our oldest brother died recently. Could the answer be found in Artificial Intelligence and psychedelics?
Here is a four minute video I made for a Berkeley Rep class I took in March. I describe it as a play but it is now a one woman show.
The Great Mistake
Commissioned silent “film” (video) shown at LunaSeas outdoor performance (Fort Collins, Colorado), August 2020.
Waiting for Covid
Online performance for The Marsh (Berkeley) May 2020.
Performed at Eighth Street Studio in Berkeley for the Works in the Works series and the Exit Theater in San Francisco for the Incivility Performance Series.
Moves Like Isadora
Along with Call Me Ishwhale (the one just below) the winner of ODC’s “Take Five” choreography competition. Choreography by Andrea Mock, with dancers Rebecca Levenson and Natalie Marsh. Video by Aicha Nystrom. Original music by Victor Spiegel.
Call Me Ishwhale
Choreography by Andrea Mock, with dancers Rebecca Levenson and Natalie Marsh. Video by Aicha Nystrom. Original music by Victor Spiegel.
The Moby Dick Diaries (excerpt)
Choreographed and performed by Andrea Mock, directed by Leonard Pitt and David Ford, original music by Victor Spiegel. Created for a solo show performed at The Marsh Rising Series (SF) and the Exit Theater in SF, created with the support of a Footloose artist-in-residency, Mary Alice Fry, Artistic Director.
The Moby Dick Diaries Monday Night Marsh