So Now You Know
Directed and Choreographed by: Janet Roston
Storytelling Coach/Dramaturge: Diana Wyenn
So Now You Know combines the strengths of actors and dancers to tell personal stories in words and movement of individual discovery. This hybrid dance/theatre concept integrates stories and performers in a new engaging dance/theatre experience. Each performance is developed specifically with a multi-faceted community of performers. Along with working towards a final performance, our unique development process has the ultimate goal of creating a connected community within each cast that resonates with the audience. Our goal is to unite performers and audience in a moving live theater experience.
Each performance can be developed specifically for you and your multi-faceted community of performers. Our unique development process has the ultimate goal of creating connections within each cast culminating in a performance that will touch and unite your audience as a community.
"...an incredible movement-theatre piece...Truly worth watching!"
Michael Alexander, Former Executive Director, Grand Performances
"Captivating, funny, surprising and invigorating, this is a special work!"
Leo Garcia, Executive Director, Highways Performance Space
Learn more about bringing "So Now You Know" to your community on our OUTREACH page!
BHHS Dance Company,
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Perf. Arts
Highways Performance Space
SO NOW YOU KNOW Teen Project
Here are three ways MeMT can bring So Now You Know to your theater:
Mixed eMotion Theatrix can bring our full production of
So Now You Know to your theater or an original SNYK can be developed utilizing your own community performers.
So Now You Know comes to your theater with our 9 to 12 person cast of professional actor/dancers and presents a full performance.
Create a production completely from within your community. Director/Choreographer Janet Roston and Storytelling Coach Diana Wyenn will come to your theater and develop stories and movement with performers of all ages selected from your community. You can draw from performing groups within your theater outreach (do you have a teen theater company? Seniors that are actively involved as volunteers?) or you can cast with a general audition process.
A third possibility can be a mix of the two, using some of your community performers telling stories with movement and adding four or more of MeMT’s cast at the end of the development process. This shortens the amount of material necessary from your community cast to present a full evening’s performance thus shortening the rehearsal process.