Here at Home

performed by  Marisol Rosa-Shapiro

Here at Home is a delightful, imaginative, participatory experience for audiences ages ten and up.  Princess Mildred arrives at her home warming party disappointed to find that the place her Princey has chosen to settle down is not exactly the perfectly pink castle she was anticipating.  She employs her romantic imagination to transform the lifeless home into a sumptuous palace.  But when the Prince turns out to be more lemon than knight, our Princess embarks on a profound exploration of one of our most fundamental desires--a place to call home.

Showtimes and dates:

Sunday 6/24  12:00 - 1:00 PM

Friday 6/29 7:00 - 8:00 PM

Saturday 7/7 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Sunday 7/8  5:00 - 6:00 PM



Marisol Rosa-Shapiro is a New York and Seattle-based performer, director, teaching artist, and creator of original works of theater.  She is a graduate of Princeton University and of Giovanni Fusetti's Lecoq-based Helikos School of Theatre Creation in Florence, Italy.  Her specialties include mask theater, mime, clown, commedia dell'arte, improvisation, physical comedy, movement- and ensemble-based creation and more.  Marisol has been a director, assistant director and producer for Princeton Summer Theater, McCarter Theatre Center, Signature Theatre Company in NYC, Yale Repertory Theatre and Jujamcyn Theaters.  Marisol's performing credits include American Bard Theater's The People, Convergences Theater Collective's Babel, Spellbound Theater's Wink and The Last Coin.  Her own red nose clown solo show, Here at Home premiered in the storefront gallery space of a tattoo parlor in Philadelphia and has since toured to the NY Clown Theater Festival, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble's Women's Solo Performance Festival, and to Philllips Academy at Andover.  She is currently directing Soledad Ensemble’s The Seven Ravens Project which is part of the New Victory Theater's LabWorks development program for theater for young audiences and families.  Marisol has worked as a teaching artist for The New Victory Theater, Tectonic Theater Project, TADA! Youth Theater, LeAp NYC, Seeds of Peace, At The Well Young Women's Leadership Academy, Phillips Academy at Andover, Sitka Fine Arts Camp, Triangle Associates, Seattle Repertory Theater, Seattle Children's Theater, Seattle Theatre Group, Village Theatre, ArtsCorps, Gotta Dance, and more.  Marisol currently serves as an Art Coordinator, co-leading community-based participation in the conceiving and creation of a new Latinx art space through Seattle's LTX Partnership, comprised of La Sala Latinx Artists' Network, Seattle Amistad School, and the Seattle Community Fund.  She is a proud volunteer performer and teacher with Clowns Without Borders USA. 
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