with Alexandro Segade
Co-directed and written with Alexandro Segade, Popular Revolt draws on the structure of Bertolt Brecht’s Lehrstück, He Said Yes / He Said No, (1930) — a play with two different outcomes based on a fatal question posed to the protagonist — updating the formula by using the logic of interactive video games and online dating simulators. Depicting workplace scenarios such as “creepiness,” and “whiteness,” each scene poses a question of consent to the workers, using the audience's answers as proxy.
Originally commissioned by NYU Skirball Center as an evening length performance for the Karl Marx Festival: On Your Marx, in October of 2018, Popular Revolt featured the participation of Miguel Gutierrez, Latasha N. Nevada Diggs, Ryan McNamara, Seung-Min Lee, Alison Kizu-Blair and Malik Gaines as "the freelancers," and Lorenzo Bueno, Lee Nachum, and Edythe Woolley as "the interns."
The play was performed in abbreviated form as part of REDCAT’s New Original Works Festival in August of 2019 with Sophia Le Fraga, Vishal Jugdeo, and Amira Nader.