I Don't Know Where Here Is
I Don’t Know Where Here Is is the quirky coming of age one-woman show written and performed by Map D.L. Row (a character who is written and performed by Montreal’s own Jessica Rose). The piece explores the troubled relationships Map has with her mother, reality and ultimately herself in a poetic and manically hilarious performance. Combining poetry, prose, piano, Barbie puppetry and rap Map delves into her many obsessions and concerns spanning existential insecurities over love and time to a fixation on her potential paternal link to Dustin Hoffman. The tour-de-force performance, presented by the new company Studio Porte Bleue and Directed by Colin Lalonde, was a BYOB event and was surrounded by the works of exciting Montreal visual artists whose pieces were available for purchase after the show.
Written and performed by Jessica Rose
Directed by Colin Lalonde
Designed by Elisha Conway
Produced by Studio Porte Bleue