”At What Cost?” is a structure created by Convergence Theatre, using non-traditional forms of theatre to challenge social norms. This project invites audiences to confront the looming question: What must one sacrifice in order to secure that elusive notion of “home?” “Home is a word that appears simple to define, yet the complications surrounding the acquisition of “home” is one that plagues many. While war and conflict have long been a part of human history, the victims of violence have recently taken center stage in political and social arenas. Refugees are fleeing from all parts of the globe, escaping unstable governments and brutal conditionals that have overtaken a place that was once a haven. Using verbal text from primary research sources, adapted music composition, stylized movement language and soft design, "At What Cost?" provokes a visceral response to awaken the social conscience in all of us.
It's What We Do
Playing the role of Sarah (Soldier 1) in the 2015 Capital Fringe Festival production of It's What We Do. It's What We Do was named Best Drama in the Pick of the Fringe audience awards and its performance run was extended.
"For their part, Haller, Triano and Ross-Cabrera are empathetic conduits toward our understanding of these soldiers. Their collective confusion, sadness and anger with themselves and their acts are certainly the most engaging part ofIt’s What We Do. In particular, Haller’s harrowing account of the “change of address” operations left the audience in stunned silence." -DC Theatre Scene
The O'Neill Theater Center
Workshopping BRIGHT HALF LIFE by Tanya Barfield at the 2014 National Playwrights Conference.