The Bald Soprano


Performed in conjunction with Quad and Play by Samuel Beckett. The design team focused on the isolation and disconnect inherent in both scripts. In an attempt to mirror the disconcerting nature of Play, for Soprano the team turned to the surreal.  Dalí, Schiaparelli, and Cocteau help the audience navigate this confusing yet whimsical world, before their hands and feet are trapped in urns too. 

Written by Eugene Ionesco 1948
Directed and Choreographed: Ruth Griffin

Lighting Design: Elizabeth Waldman

Set Design: Maggie Srmayan

PC: Fresno State