September 25, 2013 —
Highland Lake, NY — Cleveland Public Theatre’s production of “Insomnia: The Waking of Herselves” will be performed at NACL Theatre for one night only on Saturday, September 28 at 7:30 p.m. “Insomnia” delves into one woman’s journey of self-discovery. Attempting to unify the different parts of herself during one sleepless night in the attic, she faces the pleasures and terrors of haunting internal voices, ultimately confronting what it means to leave yourself behind in your own life. A story conveyed through childhood games, dress-up and embodied memories, the piece examines themes of forgotten dreams, isolation from the self, and reunion. Created by Holly Holsinger, Chris Seibert and Raymond Bobgan, “Insomnia” is directed by Raymond Bobgan and produced by Cleveland Public Theatre.
“The performers are essentially flawless in their interpretation of this unique material… If you enjoy theatre that challenges while it entertains, Insomnia is sure to keep you awake,” said Christine Howey, Scene Magazine. Call 845/557-0694 or visit www.nacl.org .