Six lives collide around a transcendent vision in the night sky. Dolores’ private anguish becomes a matter of public debate when a respected psychologist convinces her she was abducted by aliens. And to think, she thought it was all because she got dumped by some guy. A Common Vision chronicles Dolores’ journey when her personal crisis of faith dovetails with a larger cultural phenomenon.
"The common vision Dolores, her therapist and witnesses share turns out to be as provocative as it is unreliable. And that's what makes part of Beber's vision so uncommonly rewarding." – San Francisco Examiner, Read More
"A Common Vision dodges cliche after cliche, thanks to Beber's distinctive deadpan comic touch." – Los Angeles Times, Read More
- Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
- Time Period: Present Day
A city with tall buildings.
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
DOLORES – A woman on the fourteenth floor
ElLIOTT – An expert
JANINE – An artist
RICHARD – A witness
JIM – A witness
MONA – A neighbor
A Common Vision was first produced at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco in January of 1999 under the direction of Mary Coleman.