The case for technician as director:
She knows the physical worlds that can be formed in her hands; it takes only her mind to construct fantasies that she knows can be made real. She feels the earth and knows the forms that will evoke the truth.
The case for objects as actors:
Is a cup only a cup? When the cup is acted upon it can become a princess or astronaut, a dog or an elephant. The endowed object becomes a character more abstract while simultaneously more relatable than a human body. The object body is the perfect type for any role you may cast it in.
The case for art as public:
Why should woman’s expression of her deepest truth be locked behind a door that money will open? Art should be on the street, in the park, in front and behind of the grocery store; available for public consumption, they are hungry.
The case for stories as theatre:
Theatre lives, breaths, loves, despairs, exalts, and dies in the presence of people who are living, breathing, loving, despairing, exalting, and dying. In what other form can woman touch woman with her truth and see it reflected back at her in the other’s eyes.