What people are saying...

“The attempt to find commonality in these two artists’ expressions can be seen as a representation of the struggles we all face—as individuals, a community, a nation, and a planet—to find common ground in an increasingly segregated and divisive atmosphere.” — Greg, audience member, In the Company of Ghosts (workshop performance) 

“Radical vulnerability that surges forth into the souls of the audience. Frank and Adrienne bravely convey the full spectrum of what it means to be human. They hold nothing back.” — Gina, audience member, In the Company of Ghosts (workshop performance) 

“The work drew us, as the audience, from being simply the viewer (of a woman struggling and of a man with a degenerative disease) to actually inhabiting the experiences portrayed. The show was clever and subtle in inviting the audience to actually experience what was being represented.”—Aimee, audience member, In the Company of Ghosts (workshop performance)