Game Over presents JANE DOE IN WONDERLAND Theater against sex trafficking.
Jane Doe in Wonderland is a new play and survivor talk back created by Grace Booth, Erin Johnston and Kate Tobie in partnership with local anti-sex trafficking organization Game Over.
Jane Doe in Wonderland is based on multiple survivor testimonials and Elle Snow's educational training, the play seeks to draw parallels between Alice In Wonderland and how young men and women are lured into the world of sex trafficking.
Til Lalezar is thrilled to be a part of this amazing project co-created by our very own Grace Booth.
More information and details to come.
Til Lalezar Theatre creates comic, character-driven physical performance. Founders Tone Haldrup Lorenzen (DK), Vida Taybati (IR), and Grace Booth (USA) met in California when training together at Dell’arte International's MFA Program. Their cultural differences and creative similarities make for combustible, exciting collaboration. On a voyage to Indonesia during their final year at Dell'Arte, the three began to dream about the future and Til Lalezar Theatre was born!
Lalezar Street was the "Broadway of Iran," full of music and cabaret in the early twentieth century. Inspired by the Champs-Elysees of Paris, Lalezar was a street of cultural intersection, performance, and intellectualism before the revolution. Today, Lalezar Street is a line of commercial storefronts and abandoned theaters. "Til," meaning "to" in Danish, is our direction. Til Lalezar! This is our dream: to create places where cultures meet in a joyous, hilarious, theatrical uproar.