Photo by Trevor Baker
A remix of an ancient origin story of Okinawan siblings, and the history of Batuc, a village in the Yaqui River Valley which was flooded by the Mexican government. Archipelago offers up a evening of loss, cultural survival, the wrath of the deities -- past, present and the future.
Denise Uyehara, performer
Adam Cooper-Teran, performer and visualist
Video by Trevor Baker
Premiered at Highways Performance Space, with showings at the Consortium of Asian American Theater & Artists, Los Angeles.
Support from the National Performance Network Creation and Touring Funds, and the Arizona Commission on the Arts.