Coming Fall 2018
The Crossroads: A Prison Cabaret
Created and and performed by the men of William Head on Stage
Directed by Kate Rubin
In collaboration with SNAFU Dance Theatre and the Prison Arts Collective.
Inspired by the men's own reflections and writings, The Crossroads: A Prison Cabaret will explore the nature of conflict, how intolerances are built within groups and how it can connect to a deep need for inclusion, acknowledgement and a sense of identity. A musical satire, complete with a live band, song, dance and a wonderful story that takes place in a fantastical cabaret setting; this show will inspire, delight and move audiences.
W.H.o.S. is located inside a Federal Prison.
Must be 19+ to enter.
You may be electronically scanned and searched by a dog.
Personal belongings (purses, wallets, cell phones, money, etc)
are forbidden and must be left in your car. Free lockers available.
No smoking materials are permitted.
PHOTO ID REQUIRED.
TRAVEL REMINDERS: The Prison is a 35 minute drive from downtown Victoria. Please plan to arrive between 6:30 and 7:00PM.
Kate Rubin, and SNAFU Dance Theatre (Ingrid Hansen, Kathleen Greenfield, Anne Cirillo) have worked with WHoS over a period of 13 years working with the men, including Macbeth (2006), CHALK (2010), Gormonghast (2011), The Hobbit (2012), Fractured Fables: The Prison Puppet Project (2013), Time Waits for No One (2014), HERE: A Captive Odyssey (2015), and Sleeping Giants (2016). They are joined by a large group of outside theatre artists in the community to support the company with mentorship in music, dance, set, lighting, sound and costume design.