A boy looks into a river and sees his own reflection. But who's reflecting whom? A story of joy, restlessness, and devotion as told by the simplest, most powerful substance on Earth: water. Adia Morris, Corissa White, and Christiana Clark weave the tale of one boy's life using dance, movement, spokenword, and song.
Adia most recently appeared in 1940s Radio Hour at Theatre L'Homme Dieu in Alexandria, MN with Corissa White. Adia was last seen in the Metro area in Frank Theatre's Venus as a Siamese Twin, a gawking Spectator, a grieving Widow, and a naughty Anatomist. On stage, Adia has worked with the Guthrie, Park Square Theatre, Teatro del Pueblo, Theatre Mu, and Illusion Theatre. On camera she has appeared in the short film Tiny Explosions and the feature length indie Yielding (to a Willing Breath). Adia begins filming FEED in August opposite Charles Hubbell.
Corissa has performed regionally with The American Repertory Theatre (Carmen); and locally with Theatre de la Jeune Lune (Mefistofele); Theatre L'Homme Dieu (1940s Radio Hour); Minnesota Opera (Carmen, Madame Butterfly, The Magic Flute, The Handmaid's Tale); Frank Theatre (Women of Troy, The Cradle Will Rock); Joking Apart Theatre (The Norman Conquests); Hardcover Theatre, and CLIMB Theatre. She can be seen next as Dorothy Parker in That's MISTER Benchley to You, Mrs. Parker at the St. Croix Festival Theatre. She holds a B.A. in Music and Theatre from Lawrence University and also teaches private voice.
Christiana Clark, a native Chicagoan, trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Hollywood, Ca., most recently seen in the Paul Bunyan Playhouse's production of Wait Until Dark directed by Zach Curtis appearances onstage in the Twin Cities include Park Square Theatre's area premiere of Constant Star, You Can't Take it With You also at Park Square; A Raisin in the Sun with Starting Gate/Alchemy Theatre; Women of Troy and F*cking A with Frank Theatre; Original works TRUST and Autistic License at Illusion Theatre; Theatre Unbound's Fringe production Women Live Onstage! as well as their 24 Hour Play Project; two seasons as an actor/educator with CLIMB Theatre and comedy dinner theatre with The Mystery Cafe among other stage and commercial credits. She can also be seen this Fringe in the area premiere of TAPE at the U of M Rarig Thrust Stage.