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Who Would Be King, Glen Moore. Photo by Christopher McIntosh
Who Would Be King, Art Oberon 2015. Features Glen Moore. Photo by Christopher McIntosh

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Artist Statement
Liars & Believers creates original live shows with music, movement, mask, puppet, video, clown, live bands, aerialists…pretty much anything we can get our hands on. We tell stories that explore what it means to be human in this world we share. Collaborating with audiences and artists of all kinds, we create theatrical works that invite you to open your heart, challenge your mind, and feast your senses.

 

How do we do this?
  With each show, we figure it out as we go—anything is up for grabs. We want to take you on a journey that makes you say, “Wow that was great! What was that?” We’re turned on by creating something new, bringing people together, and learning new things. And we want you to share, interact, and play with us too.

 

Our Mission

  • Create original live performances that move the heart, challenge the mind, and feast the senses.
  • Explore manifold performance forms.
  • Expand the audience for live theatrical performance.
  • Enrich our community.
 

In our first 10 years, we created 11 original, multi-disciplinary, experimental shows, ranging from a punk-cabaret fairy tale (sans fairies) to an immersive exploration of the Boston Marathon Bombing. Our most recent shows include: A Story Beyond, a musical fable with masks, shadows, and puppets that explores the power of story to heal; Yellow Bird Chase, an imaginative clown adventure; and Who Would Be King, a tale of power, failure, and redemption, based on the biblical story of King Saul. Come find out what we’re doing next—it will be a terrifying ride!

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Yellow Bird Chase, from left Rebecca Lehrhoff, Glen Moore, Jesse Garlick. Photo by Christopher McIntosh
Yellow Bird Chase, BCA Martin Hall 2017. Features from Left: Rebecca Lehrhoff, Glen Moore, Jesse Garlick. Photo by Christopher McIntosh

Yellow Bird Chase, from left Rebecca Lehrhoff, Glen Moore, Jesse Garlick. Photo by Christopher McIntosh
Yellow Bird Chase, BCA Martin Hall 2017. Features from Left: Rebecca Lehrhoff, Glen Moore, Jesse Garlick. Photo by Christopher McIntosh

 

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