Catalyst

Current Works 

Catalyst

Amidst society on the brink of meltdown, six strangers face the final hours. With stirring spoken word, music, and imagery, Catalyst questions, will the six survive each other long enough to build a new world for what remains of humanity.    

Bring Catalyst to your school, university, institution! Complete with engaging workshops to introduce your students, members and more to these pertinent issues. Contact us at info@2050legacy.com

Catalyst is a full-length play created by the 2050 Legacy ensemble members, developed in collaborative artistic retreats over the past couple of years. It tells the story of six strangers who find themselves in what could be the end of society as we know it. Through spoken word, music and dance, they explore themes of fear, power and control as they navigate the end, seeking a way to propel society forward to a new world. Catalyst can be performed in a 45 minute showcase or 90 minute full length play.   

To inquire about Catalyst performances and bookings contact info@2050legacy.com

Catalyst
The themes of Catalyst are built upon the ensemble’s personal experiences and reactions to issues of violence, police brutality and economic disparity, exhibiting the ways in which people encounter power or the feeling of powerlessness and how we as people approach fear in this society.
 

 

PREVIOUS WORKS: 
Culture Wars

 

"Culture Wars" was an interdisciplinary performance piece that interrogated the issues that divide us as a people. The show critiqued the ways in which poverty, racism, homophobia, xenophobia, etc., distract us from the big picture of injustice and inequality in our society. The performance was an expression of how these issues affect us personally and politically, as well as an exploration of alternative ways of relating to one another.

 “Culture Wars” was performed May 12, 2011 as part of the Culture Shock Festival a three day student organized festival, coordinated with the Department of Art and Public Policy at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and on June 6, 2011 at the Greater Hartford Academy for the Arts in Hartford, CT.