Environmental Live Art

Visual, physical, and musical performances
of the lost (fragmentary) plays of
Aeschylus, Sophocles & Euripides.
Scored by collaboration with artists from all mediums
including sculptors, composers, designers, and performers


N 005


Sophocles’ Laocoön in Davenport

after the wooden horse is brought into the city the Trojans celebrated believing the war over A sacrifice to Poseidon for removing the Greeks with Laocoōn a priest of Poseidon ordered to carry it out Cassandra and Laocoön warn of the impending danger within the horse with Laocoön sinning against the gods by attacking the horse…

N 002


Nathaniel Justiniano, site responsive, theatre, theater, site specific, Fort Mason, Chapel, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, GGNRA, National Parks, Oedipus, Sophocles, San Francisco, Bay Area, Iota, photography, documentation, Museum of Performance and Design, Muriel Maffre, dance, music, Immersive, Stanford, Arts
site specific, theatre, theater, site responsive, environmental, dance, wave organ, san francisco, performance, lauren dietrich chavez, derek phillips, music, sound, design, bay, golden gate bridge, live art, experimental, jamie lyons, justice,
site specific, theatre, theater, san francisco, bay area, performance, live art, site responsive, tragedy, classical, performance, Sophocles, dance, movement
site specific, theatre, theater, performance, live art, Pillar Point, San francisco, performance, live art, environmental theatre, site responsive, Sophocles, Nausicaä, Chocolate Heads, Stanford TAPS, Stanford theater and performance studies, summer theater, Aleta Hayes, classical drama, theater bay area, Homer, Odyssey, Poseidon, Odysseus, Athena, dance, choreography, stanford arts

N 003


site specific, theatre, theater, san francisco, marin headlands, iota, classica, aeschylus, sophocles, euripides, drama, performance, dance