“Mine”: Thousands of Words

Vincent Truman in "Mine"

Vincent Truman in “Mine”

These are a selection of production stills made by my good friend and brilliant photographer/cinematographer/mad genius, Richard Smith, during one of the early performances of “Mine” at the Chicago Fringe Festival 2016.

“Mine” tracks an assault survivor (Kimmy Higginbotham) as she attempts to get on with her life, all the while haunted and hunted by the memory of her assailant (Vincent Truman).

I love these photographs because a lot of them have little to love about them. As I glance through them, I keep thinking to myself, “this is not theater… this is life.”

Shows to go: Saturday, 9/10 at 5:30pm and 8:30pm, Sunday, 9/11 at 4:00pm.
Location: CCJP Meeting Hall, 5320 W Giddings, Chicago, IL 60630
Direct ticket link: https://dime.io/events/mine/
Web page: http://vincenttruman.net/mine/mine101.htm

"Mine": Silencing The Voice

“Mine”: Silencing The Voice

"Mine": Passing Thoughts

“Mine”: Passing Thoughts

"Mine": Pride Comes Before

“Mine”: Pride Comes Before

"Mine": Dark Heart

“Mine”: Dark Heart

"Mine": The War Within

“Mine”: The War Within

"Mine": Control Takes Time

“Mine”: Control Takes Time

"Mine": Even Memories Have Secrets

“Mine”: Even Memories Have Secrets

"Mine" Curtain Call

“Mine” Curtain Call


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