Composer/choreographer John Moran presents the final in a series of theatrical portraits. Goodbye Thailand (Portrait of Eye) tells the story of Eye, a 19 year old in Bangkok who struggles to find a safe place for herself.
Moran has been a Mayfest regular since 2009, with previous works John Moran… and his neighbor, Saori, and Etudes: Amsterdam.
One of the leading vanguards of American music and theater
The New York Times
John Moran has made a huge explosion in the world of experimental theatre… Anyone who loves minimalist or experimental compositions (in theatre or in music) will be completely blown away… Truly beautiful.
Off Script on John Moran: The Con Artist (Mayfest 2012)
An intriguing and enjoyable performance that warmly draws out the uniqueness of every personalities as defined by our own personal sounds and rhythms.
Total Theatre on John Moran: The Con Artist (Mayfest 2012)
Moran’s ghostly embodiment of these characters, enhanced by his lip-syncing to pre-recorded conversations with them, was eerie and thrilling to watch.
There’s Lead in My Pencil on John Moran: The Con Artist (Mayfest 2012)
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Koba Ryckewaert is eighteen and she knows all sorts of things are wrong in the world. She just needs to get a grip on them.
An intensely sensorial and breathlessly seductive headphone-theatre spectacular that asks what exactly we might want from our entertainment, and what it might want from us.