Fly works nationally as a dramaturg, specializing in the conception, construction, and consumption of holistic narrative and non-narrative experiences with an interest in new work development, devising, and using dramaturgy to generate installations and counter-texts for to engage with and enrich the experience of the audience and the creative team.
Love and Information by Caryl Churchill, directed by Anna Jennings with TwoEighteen, for the Tucson Fringe Festival (2019)
- Love and Information has 60+ scenes can be performed in any order, with any number and kinds of bodies, with no delineated distribution of text or character. My role in this process, beyond conventional dramaturgical research, is creating and utilizing permutative narrative/spatial sequencing tools, troubleshooting legibility of narrative simultaneity for the audience, assessing/disrupting potential perceived meaning based on scenic sequencing and text assignment, and creating and designing interactive and digital performance spaces for select scenes in the play.
“Dear Eurydice” – Installation for Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Claire Mannle for Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre, Tuscon, AZ (2018)
- As a part of my dramaturgy for Eurydice, I created an immersive installation in the theater entrance, extending visual design elements into the lobby and using these elements (such as string and letters) to illustrate my research around/within the play. A manifestation of the many letters Orpheus sent through the underworld to Eurydice, audience members were encouraged to write a letter to a loved one who had passed – these letters were collected and hung in the installation over the course of the run of the show. The installation and the letters will find a permanent home in the form of an Artists’ Book.
For a more detailed overview of Fly’s production dramaturgy work, see their full CV.
(featured at top – “A Mathematician’s Apology” – installation for PROOF, Arizona Repertory Theatre, 2017, Director Hank Stratton)