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Vision Disturbance

Christina Masciotti
Year Grant Awarded 2010

Email > cmasciotti@hotmail.com
State > NY Zip Code > 11102
Website > http://www.aoiagency.com/2011/02/christina-masciotti/
Website > http://www.timeout.com/newyork/theater/the-best-and-worst-of-2010
Website > http://bostonglobe.com/arts/theater-art/2013/02/22/offbeat-probing-look-seen-and-unseen/CydWhzYwfbI4

Mondo is a middle-aged woman whose traditional Greek husband recently divorced her and then sued her for spousal support. The heavy stress causes her to develop a vision problem: she's lost her depth perception and the world appears flat. She goes to a local eye doctor and what begins as a music therapy prescription to heal her eye turns into a deep emotional connection that neither of them can shake. With Vision Disturbance, acclaimed downtown New York director Richard Maxwell directed his first project by a contemporary playwright other than himself. Focusing sweetly and intently on the consolations of human connections, this “writer's play” provides a simple, wonderful glimpse into the complexities of everyday life.