Water House Collective presents “A Minute Flowering” a whimsical evening of queer fantasy shorts performed in varied and experimental styles. Jeremy Geragotelis’ Poems and Sketches and Singer Joy’s Tree Plays. Both Geragotelis and Joy’s work challenge an audience’s conception of time, meaning, and dramatic form.
Water House Collective is committed to building mythologies for the Queer community through daring methodologies in storytelling, performance, and design.
We make theater that is lyrical, magical, physical, and immediate.
We aim to share our own radical Queer stories and amplify those of our collaborators; we believe that the best personal and performance practices are those which reflect, and on reflecting, change.
Jeremy Geragotelis is a playwright, theater-artist, composer, and painter. He grew up in Northeastern Connecticut and graduated from Bennington College in Vermont. His work focuses mainly on the behavior of goodness, his motivating question being: can goodness hold its own in the spotlight, or is it too tightly tied to humility to be front-and-center?
He is currently in residence at the Center at Eagle Hill in Hardwick, MA. His plays have been produced in Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Tokyo.
Singer Joy is a musician, philosopher, theatre-maker, and polytheist. Her work focuses on the use of mystical structures as performance and vice versa, and heavily features erotic, floral, and anarchist themes and imagery. She has a BA in music performance and philosophy from Bennington College, and continues to perform in Vermont with her fusion band Satyrdagg. Singer currently resides in Queens with her partner and their many foster kittens, and works all over NYC as a music director, educator, and composer for theatre.
Sarah is an NYC freelance sfx artist, director, and producer for Water House Collective. They studied directing at the Tisch School of the Arts, (New York University) and graduated from The Makeup Designory with a certificate in Master Make-up Artistry. Sarah strives to create visuals and shape narratives that viscerally affect and transport their audiences.