A theatrical investigation into nonmonogamy, through the words of real people.
Written & Performed by Xandra Clark
Directed by Molly Clifford
Using verbatim material from interviews, Polylogues guides us through the myriad ways people are queering the "normal" relationship structure. Writer/performer Xandra Clark is less like an actor and more like a medium, listening on headphones to the interviews as she channels them anonymously. As a solo show, Polylogues forges a living polyamorous community onstage with a diverse, joyfully adventurous set of voicesfrom a senior citizen who's been poly for decades to a child worried about her open parents; from liberals in a commune to conservative evangelical swingers; and from celebrations of empowerment to harsh critiques of how nonmonogamy perpetuates patriarchy and white supremacy. Polylogues examines what 21st century folks want in relationships, what we're afraid of, and the ways in which tradition attempts to contain us.
For more information, a trailer, and creator bios, visit www.polyloguesplay.com.
A NOTE ON TICKET PRICING:
A lot of thought went into ticket pricing, and all proceeds will go directly into further development of the show. If the cost of the ticket is prohibitive for you, however, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Ticket price shouldn't hold you back from joining this conversation!
The show has been developed in part at The Flea, Judson Church, Queer Abstract/Starr Bar, Caveat, Undiscovered Countries/Bizarre Bushwick, Theaterlab, The Green Room, numerous house shows, and even an engagement party. Xandra Clark is currently developing the show as a 2018-19 Queer|Art Fellow in Performance.