A devised piece that explores the act of saying sorry and unpacks when forgiveness feels impossible, How to Fix It uses vignettes to reexamine the longevity of rules engrained in us as children.
Genre and Content
Adult language,Loud noises
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Cast and Crew
Sasha holds a degree in Theater Arts from Carleton College and has trained with the Moscow Arts Theater through the National Theater Institute. She is interested in collaborative and socially-conscious work and draws on her background in dance, acrobatic movement, music, and technical theater to achieve thought-provoking performances that question traditional concepts of creativity and performance.
Mairead Koehler is an actor, mover, and visual artist based in Minneapolis. She holds a BA in Theater Arts from Carleton College, and has studied at Shakespeare and Company (Lenox, MA), the National Theater Institute (Waterford, CT), and the Moscow Art Theater School. She is very proud to be making her Twin Cities debut in How To Fix It in this team of exceptional Carleton graduates.
Erik has worked with Green T Productions and Wayward Theatre Company in the Twin Cities. A graduate of Carleton College, his collaborative senior thesis production of Cock was award distinction by Carleton’s theater faculty. Other select Carleton credits include The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, Tartuffe, and The Merchant of Venice. Original performance projects include: Let’s Play a Game; Hello, I am Isadora; and The Hidden Camera Game or Please, I Need This Class to Graduate.
Bethany McHughDirecting Consultant
Bethany McHugh is a director, actress, singer, and theatremaker who has called Minneapolis home for almost three years. In that time, she has worked with Park Square, Frank Theatre, Full Circle Theatre Company, Wayward Theatre Company, and many others. She has devised with WLDRNSS (formerly Theatre Forever), Upright Egg, and most recently with Big Picture Group on Anarchy! (a handbook) at the Fringe last year. She is a proud alumna of Carleton College and the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center's National Theatre Institute program.