SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

SAVAGE/LOVE, National Institute of Dramatic Art,©thebadmanfromSingapore

Savage/Love

by Sam Shepard

The first moment / I saw you / I knew I could love you / If you could love me

DIRECTOR: SALLY BLACKWOOD
Created by: Sally Blackwood & the performers.
Performers: BEN GERRARD; SHERIDAN HARBRIDGELIBBY MUNRO

National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), The Parade Space, August 2006

This workshop production is performed with three bodies & three voices deconstructing an entangled relationship triangle through text, movement, music and light. It is an examination of the nature of love, intimacy and violence.

Piece originally for solo performance with music, by Shepard and Joseph Chaikin, with music by Harry Mann and Skip La Plante. First New York production: Public Th., Nov. 1979; performed by Chaikin, directed by Shepard.