Righteous Exploits

by Ryan Bradford

Righteous Exploits is a full-length, multi-media sound, projection, and narrative performance created by Margaret Noble and Justin Hudnall. Originally intended as a chronicle of the life of Noble’s grandmother, 1940’s-era labor activist Helen Hosmer and her persecution by Joseph McCarthy, the investigation led to the discovery of an uncanny cycle of behavior shared by the women of her family to prosper at the expense of their children, for four consecutive generations with unnerving specificity, each rebelling against but ultimately imitating the former. With sound and visual art by Noble and story by Hudnall, the audience is taken through a darkly funny and poignant demonstration of eternal recurrence. Directed by Lisa Berger.

Special one night only engagement as part of SDMA’s Summer Break Salon Series.

Run time: 1 hour.

Website: http://margaretnoble.net/righteous-exploits/

Righteous Exploits
Wednesday, August 7th at 8:00pm
San Diego Museum of Art
1450 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 232-7931
Free with SDMA membership
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