My Heart Goes Zoom
In My Heart Goes Zoom, the two-part, recurring event in this serial, your friend Siobhan is an extroverted film student whose classes have been transferred online during COVID-19.
Instead of being moved by documentary film theory, she finds herself moved, instead, by coagulations of pixels with synchronized audio–that is, a particular fellow classmate.
Join us for this two-part, one-hour-long-each, interactive romantic comedy starring YOU as Siobhan navigates genuine human connection through a screen.
Part I: Falling in Love.
and Part II: Loving.
Co-Produced and Jokered by Dennissa Young Technical Direction by Brendan Leahy
Siobhan O’Loughlin is a Brooklyn-based performance artist, filmmaker, and activist. She is the recipient of The New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Solo Performance, a grant recipient of the Network of Ensemble Theatres, and a fellow at Guild Hall of East Hampton.
Siobhan has taught artist, activist, and devising workshops from coast to coast, as well as abroad in Southeast Asia, the United Kingdom, and in Syrian Refugee camps all over Greece.
Her site specific, immersive piece, Broken Bone Bathtub, has made splashes across the United States, Japan, Australia, England and Ireland. She is an animation voice over talent, a Moth Story Slam Champion, and has been named a top ten Indie Theatre Artist in Baltimore, St. Louis, Seattle, San Francisco, Houston and Portland, OR.
Her full body of work, The Rope in Your Hands, Natural Novice, and Broken Bone Bathtub, all have toured nationally across the USA, and globally throughout the UK, Ireland, Japan and the Philippines. Broken Bone Bathtub was heralded The Most Transformational Immersive Experience of 2019 by Immersion Nation. Rope
in Your Hands received five star reviews at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival and in Washington, DC., as well as awarded Fringe Crush in St. Louis, MO. Natural Novice was awarded Best of the Fest at Charm City Fringe Festival in Baltimore, MD. Both of these two shows have also been presented at universities, where Siobhan pairs the performance with a workshop in storytelling, civic engagement, and activism.
Age recommendation: 13+