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One woman. Three characters: Trapped in a public toilet!

"Essentially we are all the writers of our next move and we are all actors performing our own story.  At it's heart its about being a performer, trying on different roles in front of the mirror:  the war of the self exists within most of us."

Written and Performed by Susan-Jane Harrison*
Directed by MaryBeth Cavanaugh
MaryBeth Cavanaugh has been an Associate Artist at California Shakespeare Theater for seventeen seasons; Oregon Shakespeare Festival, for five seasons as choreographer and actor; Shakespeare Santa Cruz for eight seasons, Berkeley Repertory Theatre; The New Victory Theater; Yale Repertory Theatre; Cincinnati Playhouse; Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; La Mama E.T.C.; Aurora Theatre Company; Lincoln Center Director’s Lab; San Francisco Shakespeare Festival; TheatreWorks; Shakespeare at Stinson; Mills College Rep; Summerfest Dance.

Cavanaugh has directed Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, TheatreFIRST; Proof, Town Hall Theatre Company; Twelfth Night, North Bay Shakespeare Company; Measure for Measure and The Red Wheelbarrow, Shakespeare at Stinson; Peter and the Wolf, Napa Valley Repertory Theatre.

Cavanaugh currently teaches in the MFA program in the Department of Theatre and Dance at UC Davis and has taught in the Department of Theater, Dance and Performance studies at UC Berkeley, California Shakespeare Theater and at Berkeley Rep School of Theatre where she is the Associate Director. 

Cavanaugh received her MFA in Dance Composition from Mills College.

Choreographed by Christine Germain

* Appears courtesy of Actor's Equity Association.