A Tunnel Year is a three-part book with a play at its center, built from a few years’ worth of interrupted thoughts crammed into one-line scenes voiced by animals. Germinated in the Bardo of parenthood and compelled to work in the form of the fragment, it asks: Did I escape? Or am I lost?
It was installed as a walk-though book, and also performed as a live radio play (to be mixed down and posted eventually) at The Chocolate Factory Theater in Long Island City, Queens, Dec. 3-11 2016.
The play was developed at New Dramatists with Caleb Bark, Kate Benson, John Gasper and Julia Sirna-Frest, who helped give it voice from its earliest fragments, and in conversation with Erin Courtney and Barbara Hammond.
View images from the installation by scrolling sideways. Photos by Brian Rogers.
If you'd like a copy of the broadsheet ("Ghost Part," visible in the last few images), email me karinnekeithley [a t] gmail and I'll mail you one (sorry US only or send postage for int'l).