Boundless Exposed 2021
Boundless Exposed is a workshop and mentoring opportunity for early career theatre designers of color. During this eight-week program, participating designers will have the opportunity to work alongside experienced mentors in shaping an installation-style design based on a short play.
For this program, Boundless seeks early career theatre designers of color interested in an intensive collaboration with peers, professional designers, actors and directors. After receiving many applications, Boundless has selected set designer Ambar Colón Fargas, costume designer Imari Pyles, and lighting designer Iris Zacarias as participants in this year’s program. Actor/Director Pablo Andrade will also be included as an apprentice. Program mentors will include lighting designer María-Cristina Fusté, set designer Regina García, costume designer Sarita Fellows, associate producer Amy Palen, and playwright Mariana Carreño.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Boundless Exposed 2021 will take place entirely virtually. At the conclusion of the program, participants will present their original installation design to a virtual and limited in person audience composed of industry professionals, peers, and the general public. Final presentation will take place in person and virtually on May 28th, 2021. In person location will be the Julia de Burgos Performance and Arts Center and it will be available virtually on our YouTube channel and social media pages. For more information please email us at email@example.com.
Chains: A monologue for two voices
By Mariana Carreño King
Oriana Sophia Linewever