Week #2: Emergence
composed & Directed by molly Andrews-Hinders
Created by Molly Andrews-Hinders & Ensemble
Semi-autobiographical and semi-fictional, Emergence investigates how we can become our own heroes and change the world. Inspired by Russian guerilla activist group Pussy Riot and Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, a group of women endeavor to address systems of oppression through powerful musical demonstrations and movement.
Performance ensemble: Molly Andrews-Hinders, Elizabeth Kelly, Victoria McBride, Colleen McCaughey, Taysu Nagy, Charde Young
Guitar: Mo Dugger
Photos by: Molly Andrews-Hinders
Photo Editor: Colleen McCaughey
Movement/Choreography Consultants: Kristy Cruz, Hope Schultz
Lighting & Sound Designer: Monique Cuyler
Molly Andrews-Hinders is a performer, composer, educator, and activist. Molly has created many original works for Cleveland Public Theatre shows. Her original compositions were featured in Pandemonium 2018: Labyrinth of Desire; Entry Point 2018 (A New Play Development Festival); Station Hope 2017; Light the Lights, Ol’ Moses CLE! (A Wild Holiday Romp); Air Waves (Part Three of the Elements Cycle); Earth Plays (Part Two of the Elements Cycle); When the Moon Was Green Cheese, The Cracker Maker Was King (Big Box 2013); and Soliciting for Change (Big Box 2011); as well as numerous Student Theatre Enrichment Program (STEP) shows. As an actor, Molly has been featured in 44 Plays For 44 Presidents, Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays, Rusted Heart Broadcast, and Akarui. In addition to her work in the theatre, Molly performs throughout Cleveland as a singer/songwriter under the name MollyAH. She is a proud graduate from Wright State University where she earned a BFA.
The goal of Test Flight is to support new work and local/national artists.
– The James Levin Theatre
– Basic production staff, stage management, box office support
– Marketing and advertising support
The artists provide the rest!
The writers, directors, actors, and designers selected for Test Flight dedicate themselves to creating new and original work, or stretching their artistic powers by working in new disciplines.