Hello, My Name Is...
A seven-room living installation, Hello, My Name Is invites each intimate audience to investigate their ideas of home, self, and nationality. Partly autobiographical, this piece is inspired by Debs experience as a Korean adoptee and her journey in 2015 to Seoul, South Korea her former, then-unfamiliar homeland. There she met many members of the adoption community discovering that, while each adoptees story is unique, they share the experience of being an insider and outsider of two different nations.
Only fifteen tickets are available for each performance.
There are several scenes that will require walking up and down stairs, both inside and outside. Please dress accordingly.
The performance space is not ADA compliant. Parts of the performance will not be easily accessible for those who need assistance. If you have specific accessibility questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welder Lead Producing Playwright Deb Sivigny is a play-whisperer. As a costume and scenic designer, she has worked on over thirty world premieres with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Theater J, Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences, Imagination Stage, The Source Festival, Young Playwrights Theatre, The Hub, Studio Theatre 2nd Stage, and Rorschach Theatre where she has been a company member since 2006.
Rhizome DC (View)
6950 Maple Street, NW
Washington, DC 20012
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|
||Is it appropriate for an 11 year old girl?|
||This show is recommended for ages 13+, but all are welcome to attend.|