Appearances

Intangible Adorations: 
The Icon Experience

electric, tantalizing, surprising...

life with more cowbell (Blogger Cate McKim)

 Thank you for the most thought-provoking, and provocative in general, theatre experience ever. Bravo to all!

Bonnie Black  (Audience Member at Rendezvous With Madness October 2019) 

Thanks for an unforgettable night!  

Kelly Straughn - Artistic Director Workman Arts

Best lesson from the Icon: “Know that you are enough”. Thanks for the reminder!  

 Lesley Ballantyne (Audience Member at Rendezvous With Madness October 2019)

I loved this concept. It really is the best of performance art.

Jody Terio (Audience Member at Rendezvous With Madness October 2019) 

Very moving in a revealing way. A valuable show. This is the type of show that many have been waiting for - honest and relevant. Bravo to you and others who put this show together.

Kathleen Annable (Audience Member at Rendezvous With Madness October 2019)

I wanted you to know that I caught your creation "The Icon Experience" on Tuesday. It's still with me. I wasn't sure what to expect, but after seeing the piece then going online, and having it float around in my head, asking myself questions about it, trying to figure out who it could have been, remembering the movements of the performance... All of these pieces together, for me, is the ICON Experience and I feel that I am STILL experiencing it and will continue to do so for as long as I remember it. So that's pretty cool to me. 

Thanks for your work.

Jorge Molina (Post Script Audience Member July 2019)

Celebrity and Anonymity: An Artist Talk and Q&A


A discussion of Intangible Adorations with creator and performer Lisa Anita Wegner and collaborator Scott White on Saturday, October 19 after the 2:00 pm show, moderated by Lisa McKeown. The discussion will touch on the nature of modern celebrity culture, celebrity worship syndrome and the origins of this version of Intangible Adorations. The panel will also discuss the significance of Lisa’s journey with mental and physical health, the relevance of finding anonymous expression, and how this piece fits into Lisa’s larger universe of therapeutic performance and film work.