Hypothesis #2a: an open solo rehearsal with Holly Holsinger

Part of CPT's Encounters (Here and Now) Series

Text by Raymond Bobgan, Candlelight Hypothesis #1-12 jointly created by Raymond & Cleveland CORE Ensemble

May 01, 2020

8:00pm (ET)

40 min
The virtual “house” will be limited to 40 “seats”

Tickets: $1
Suggested Donation: $1 to $99
1 ticket per email address

A reading, a story time meditation. Holly will story-tell (alone, with some song and movement) as a work-in-progress virtual sharing from Candlelight Hypothesis #1-12, created by Raymond & Cleveland CORE Ensemble. This will be raw. This will be vulnerable. This will be a LIVE showing via Zoom. (This will not be available as a recorded video.)

Raymond creates new performances that are bold, multilayered, and highly physical through an ever-evolving ensemble process. Cleveland CORE Ensemble was formed in an effort to sustain the conditions to develop unique theatre practices, investigate the potential of the craft of acting, and create a distinctive body of theatrical works.

You must use Zoom to see this work. You will receive an email on the day of the performance with the meeting login information. Only one login will be sent to each individual email address. If you need more than one viewing device in your household, or want to purchase tickets for someone else, you will need to make a separate purchase for each email address/login.

Have questions? Email boxoffice@cptonline.org.

Please note: Hypothesis #2a: an open solo rehearsal with Holly Holsinger is sold out.

About Holly Holsinger

Holly Holsinger has been a Cleveland theatre artist for over twenty years. Most recently, Holly was seen at Entry Point 2020 in a selection of Marie Curie Horror Story, her original play about the triumphs and tragedies of Marie Curie’s life. In December, Holly directed Teatro Público de Cleveland’s A Xmas Cuento Remix, and in September engaged in a teaching exchange at the Raikin Theatre School in Moscow, Russia. Holly most enjoys creating and performing original works. In the past year, she toured to New Orleans and London with her solo show, Frankenstein’s Wake, which she co-created with Raymond Bobgan. Other original works include Ancestra and Insomnia: The Waking of Herselves, co-devised with Chris Seibert. Holly is an Associate Professor at Cleveland State University where she received a Distinguished Faculty Award, the University’s top honor for teaching. She received an MFA in Acting from the University of California, Irvine, and is a member of CPT’s CORE Ensemble. For more information see CPT’s Season Program.