I Don’t Want To Forget How To Make the World Shiver

Written by Ange Clayton ’17
Directed by Jumai Yusuf ’16
Produced by Claudia Oh ’17

Friday, April 22nd at 8 p.m.
Saturday April 23rd at 8 p.m.
Sunday April 24th at 8:30 p.m.

Run time: 1 hour 20 minutes with no intermission.

In the SciBox (Science Center Room 302).

Shiver is a student-written play illustrating the experiences of Ignota, a young woman with manic depression. Figment, a manifestation of her madness, makes her promise never to die or medicate so that he can continue to exist. Ignota must ultimately choose between her love for her own madness and true self (which she perceives to include her madness), and freedom from the restrictions that her madness creates for her.

This performance will include projections of images and videos, which may affect people with epilepsy.

Email [email protected] for free tickets.

Ignota … Emily Oliveira
Figment … Ben Ubiñas
Mother … Dianisbeth Acquie
Therapist … Peng Zhu
Some Girl … Ali Astin

Director … Jumai Yusuf
Co-Director … Ange Clayton
Producer … Claudia Oh
Projection Designer … Faye Zhang and Zac Wong
Sound Designer … Max Schaffer
Costume Designer … Camille Mathieu-Bélanger
Makeup Designer … Alexie Otto
Assistant Stage Managers … Kyle McFadden, Philip Van Scheltinga
Lighting Advisor … Max Schaffer