The nosey neighbor in town becomes the audience in the fully-immersive, theatrical production, Lady Under Light. Challenge yourself to engage with the uninhibited, overwhelming sensations of deep-seated trauma, ruptured power, and the amalgamated friendships of its residents.
The Alexandria House
We’re incredibly proud to be donating the proceeds of this production to the Alexandria House, a Los Angeles-based non-profit that provides safe, supportive, and non-discriminatory housing for women and children as they transition from emergency shelter to economic stability and permanent housing.
Located in the densely populated and multicultural neighborhood of mid-Wilshire, Alexandria House aims to be an inclusive, community-focused organization that offers educational and enrichment opportunities for their residents and neighbors alike. Since 1996, Alexandria House has welcomed 191 single women and families. They are still in touch with 130 of those who have moved through our program, and of those, 92% have maintained permanent housing and financial stability. Additionally, Alexandria House supports 24 families and 17 individuals in scattered sites. Alexandria House’s unequivocal dedication to their mission is why they— and their residents— are so successful.
Dominique Carrieri is an accomplished playwright and director who received her BFA in Theatre Studies from Emerson College. Her last two plays debuted in the London and Boston theatre scenes respectively, and were well received by audiences and critics alike.
Meet the Residents
The Primped One
Meet The Primped One. She’s that “out of this world” personality always looking for an excuse to chat. You’d go ahead and talk to her if she didn’t appear so intimidating.
Meet Amelia. Your quiet neighbor who runs on a tight schedule of her own routine. She’s constantly on the move, though you never know where she’s off to.
Meet The Man. He lives outside the 711 and is one more person to greet you on your way to work. He likes to think of himself as a harmless product of misinterpretation
Purchase A Ticket
We ask for a minimum of $15 per ticket, but appreciate any higher donation you’re willing to make. Every ticket purchase helps provide temporary shelter, economic stability, and permanent housing for homeless women and children in the LA-area.