Premiere: May 2008, Atlas Theatre NYC
First PNDT Multimedia Evening length Production
Running Time: 60 minutes; (can be arranged for various durations from 10-60 minutes)
Concept, Direction, Choreography: Patricia Noworol
Performers: Christina Connerton, Tzu–Ying Lee, Faye Lim, Marissa Maislen, Matt Oaks, Patricia Noworol, Elizebeth Randall, Christina Noel Reaves, Elliott Reiland, Gary Schaufeld, Alexander M. Schwartz, Carlos A. Cruz-Velazquez, Jaclyn K. Walsh, Anna K. Whaley and Yin Yue
Lighting Design: Greg Goff
Costume Design: Malgosia Turzanska
Video Design: Camille de Galbert , Malgosia Turzanska and Patricia Noworol
Camera: Julie McMillan Trailer edited by Patricia Noworol
Original Music composed by Darius Jones, Karlan Judd and Jan Klare
Sound Engineer Matt Oaks
Photos: Alexei Afonin, Ben Richardson
USA – POLISH DAILY NEWS – Nowy Dziennik
Through Noworol’s multimedia art, the audience has a chance to connect to feelings both on the surface and those buried deep inside.
,June 2008; Alexandra Cieslak, NYC
Delirium consists of six unique works that are all deeply connected in theme.
Delirium is also the name of one of The Endless, fictional characters from Neil Gaiman’s critically acclaimed comic book series; The Sandman. Delirium, known to the Greek culture as Mania, is the youngest of the Endless, yet still older than the rest of existence. She is thin, and looks no older than a fourteen year-old human girl. Her hair changes style and color constantly, as do her clothes. Her shadow never reflects her shape, and is tangible, like velvet. The six works in Delirium are all connected by the psychological order and disorder entrenched in the human condition.