Field, Nest, Stage
Field, Nest, Stage follows the relationship between Maa and Terrance in three separate contexts: a rural home, a warped 1950's-esque suburbia, and finally, a stage. Inspired by the work of Cuban-American avant-gardist Maria Irene Fornés, this triptych on intimacy incorporates musical elements and explores the possibilities of dramatic form.
Dramatic; experimental; avaunt-garde.
Maa: Femme (Trans woman, cis woman, non-binary femme); 20s-30s; any ethnicity.
Terrance: Masc (Trans man, cis man, non-binary masc); 20s-30s; any ethnicity.
Others: Any genders; ages; ethnicities.
Mature themes and language including: violent gendered language; neurodiveristy; intimacy
Development: Two workshops December 2019 and February 2020, leading to a staged reading February 2020. Produced by Kayla Kaufman as part of the Fresh New Play Sunday Series with the San Francisco Public Library. Workshop and reading participants: Dylan Barrows, Gertrudis Colon, Christy Conway, Kayla Kaufman, Peter Malmquist, Joey Mankin, Radhika Rao, Hannah Rosenzweig, Raquel Orendan Shrestha, Lisa Wang, Jacqueline Wolfe.