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Solo Performance SCHIZO Coming to Shaking the Tree Theater

Monday, July 27, 2015

 

Katie Watkins

SCHIZO, an original solo performance by artist Katie Watkins, provides insight into the normalcy and mundanity of the life of her schizophrenic younger brother. 

Part documentary and part non-narrative, the show brings to light the chaos that Watkins' brother battled in his mind. 

"My brother continues to live with schizophrenia, but he does live," Watkins said. "This show will stand as a testament to his strength, while providing a glimpse into what I saw him experience."

The material is represented through movement, songs, poetry, and documentary-style information pertaining to her brother's life. Each show will be followed by a talkback with Watkins. 

SCHIZO opens August 14 at 8:00 p.m. and runs for three weeks at Shaking the Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant St., Portland. Tickets for the show are $15 and can be purchased here. For more information visit Watkins' website.

 

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