Theatrical Performance | Directed and Conceived by Natalia Lassalle-Morillo

Presented at the Miami Light Project in May 2016

IRMA is a cinematic theatre performance that addresses the cyclical nature of existence and its inevitable relationship to time. Focusing on a moment in a woman’s life that repeats itself in three different time periods, spaces and conciousnesses, IRMA explores the enduring essence of the self—the qualities, mannerisms, and unexplainable intricacies that remain throughout a person’s lifetime, while simultaneously framing the seemingly insignificant and mundane moments in everyday relationships. Altogether, IRMA addresses the collision between theatrical and cinematic time in conversation with our intimate relationship to the passing of life-time.

Featuring: Gladys Yanez, Mary Spring-Borges and Natalia Lassalle-Morillo

Film and Video by Natalia Lassalle-Morillo

Music by Nicholas Jost

IRMA was commissioned by Miami Light Project’s Here and Now Program and presented at the Light Box at Goldman Warehouse,  May 19-21, 2016.