“An environmental adventure unlike anything I’ve ever partaken of in my years of theatre going….visceral and affecting…If you care about challenging, boundary-stretching theatre, then go see this show.” (NYTheatre.com, October 2005)
LENZ is a tale of mental illness and murder. Three simultaneous performance installations. Three lives spiraling into terrifying collision. A poetic “inter” play of dance, theatre, music and film performed in three rooms of a downtown hotel.
“Too often, multidisciplinary performance is experimental but soulless. In stark and bloody contrast, Lenz has a dramatic heart throbbing at its centre. Lenz is scary, heightened theatre. And I mean that as a compliment.” (NOW magazine, October 2002)