Mr. Earbrass, after years of living the literary life, has most certainly not run out of ideas.
A live theatre physical comedy performance inspired by Edward Gorey’s illustrated story of the same name, THE UNSTRUNG HARP follows author C.E. Earbrass in his home as he writes his next novel. Combined physical theatre, physical comedy, shadow puppetry, and stage magic make this dreamy portrait of a creative in solitude come to life.
Who We Are
Kathryn Cesarz is a playwright, director and performer developing new works of theatre. She has made theatre in Milwaukee, NYC, Chicago, Minneapolis, Northern California, Scotland, England, Bali, and Mexico, in venues as varied as street corners, 400-seat theatres, and in the B-yard gym at Pelican Bay State Prison. Originally from Wisconsin, Kathryn holds a B.S. from the University of Evansville and an M.F.A. from Dell’Arte International School. Her artist website is https://kathryncesarz.wixsite.com/kathryn-cesarz
Jesse March is a devising theater artist, street performer, mime, stilt walker, and educator who has received his Master of Fine Arts from Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theater. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from The California Institute of the Arts (Calarts). He is passionate about performance in all forms, but especially loves Commedia Dell’Arte, Clown, and any work utilizing his skill with the body and comedy. A native of Los Angeles, Jesse has been a theater artist for twenty plus years, often performing internationally (Mexico, Scotland, England, Indonesia, France, and more). His work includes original devised theater, adaptations of existing work, extensive voiceover, 15 years of street performance and stilt walking, and commercial corporate work with companies such as Universal Studios Hollywood and Disney.
His work has been critically acclaimed as a “Tour de force”, “So close to perfection that it’s difficult to write a review”, and “Hilarious”. You can learn more about him at jessemarch.com