GOYA – en la Quinta del Sordo (in the house of the deaf man) (2008)
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This student ensemble-created production is a nonverbal, visual exploration into the life and art of world-renowned deaf artist Francisco de Goya. The play involves gestures, pantomime, masquerade, dance, movement, projections, and visual effects to discover the development of Goya’s hearing loss, and the impact his deafness may have had on his life. The play was a 2008 finalist winner in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region II at Carnegie Mellon University. It was written and directed by Willy Conley with Iosif Schneiderman as mask maker, choreographer, and visual-gestural consultant.