Seven Fragments

If falling in love could affect the fabric of reality, then a broken heart would shatter it into fragments. Merging theatre, experimental dance, animation, and a dark jazz score, Seven Fragments is a tale of unrequited love, lost memories, and high school. 60 min. New York, NY

 



Rachel Kerry (Writer/Director) is very proud to be participating in her fifth FRIGID New York Festival. She is a director, writer, and designer interested in innovative, transmedia storytelling. She hosts the monthly East Village surreal variety show Pop Culture Fondue! and is the artistic mastermind behind theatre/video company Brain Melt Consortium. Credits include The ChristmApocalypse: Santa's Bomb Shelter (FRIGID New York, winner for Best Sound Design 2015), A Spectacular Night with the Stars (Dream Up Festival), Daughters of Lot (FRIGID NY, Edinburgh Festival Fringe), The Flowers of Fantastico (FringeNYC), and most recently The ChristmApocalypse: The Xmas Town Trilogy. Her work emphasizes devised movement, immersive environments, and the exploration of popular culture. She is also the managing editor of New York Theatre Review. For more information, visit www.rachelkerry.com 



Lizzy Ana Lincoln (The New Girl) is thrilled to return to Brain Melt Consortium after diving into The ChristmApocalypse: The Xmas Town Trilogy. Recent New York credits include A Doll's House (Nora Helmer), Bottled Up (Mary Kay) and Coffee and Biscuit at HERE (Karl). She graduated from Austin College in 2014 with a degree in Theatre and English and is an alum of TACIT, the college's improv troupe specializing in Chicago-style long form. Originally from Austin, Texas, Lizzy can be found woefully attempting to recreate beloved TexMex foods, people watching on the subway, or teaching literature and composition. 


 


Sarah Wilhelm (The Smart Girl) is excited to be joining the Brain Melt Consortium for Seven Fragments. She is a recent graduate from Austin College in Sherman, TX. Credits include Billie in Born Yesterday, Amanda in A Feminine Ending, Sylvia in A. R. Gurney's Sylvia. Last fall Sarah partook in the BOSSS Festival. She most recently performed as Sour Sally/Suzy Snowflake in Brain Melt Consortium's production of The ChristmApocalypse: The Xmas Town Trilogy. She is currently enrolled at the Matthew Corozine Studio Theatre. 
 

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