Intimatics I-III Kate Dakota Kremer
About This Show
Intimatics I-III investigates how government structures intimate interactions between individuals and among communities, and how intimate interactions might restructure government. Part I is a meditation on teaching, listening, and the ethics of witness; Part II explores the modes of resistance within an aggressively repressive structure; and Part III offers a pragmatic vision of border crossings—from outside to inside, from one year to the next, from one country to another—that asserts immigration as a central component of intimacy and the process of sharing a life.
Director: Philip Gates
Ensemble: Alexa Andreas, Quilan ‘Cue’ Arnold, Laurel Atwell, Claire Fort*, Bryce Payne
*Actors appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
about the artist
Kate Dakota Kremer‘s plays include Charlatans (Bushwick Starr Reading Series), Eye Heart Remote (The Wild Project), Porch Play (The Brick, The Owl and Cat Theatre, StageFemmes, and the Last Frontier Theatre Conference), Undone Denouements (The Motor Company) and Opera of the Telephone at Delphi (Three Cat Productions, New Ground Theatre, and Firehouse Theatre, which awarded her 2nd place in their 2015 New American Play Competition). Kate is the managing editor of the experimental play publishing company 53rd State Press, and is currently working on her MFA in Mac Wellman and Erin Courtney’s playwriting program at Brooklyn College.