T h e a t r e  i n  t h e  F l e s h

a movementheatre company creating visceral image-driven theatre

artistic director - elizabeth mozer

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"I can't tell you how much I enjoyed your work. It was truly one of the best theatrical pieces I have ever seen. It was amazing how you were able to convey such an array of emotions without the use of dialogue. Simple gestures that are so common in our everyday life took on a deeper meaning for me and I found myself moving from side splitting laughter to sorrow and grief as I identified with the characters. Bravo!"

-Nana Simopoulos / Executive Director - Topia Arts Center



Elizabeth will be performing her one woman play The Asylum Project in the United Solo Theatre Festival!

SATURDAY, OCT.12 at 6:00PM

The Studio Theatre: 410 West 42nd St. NYC



Asylum (The Asylum Project) at The Cherry Artspace in Ithaca, NY as part of the "Listen To Her" one woman play festival 102 Cherry Street

Sat. Oct. 26 at 3:30pm

Sat. Nov. 2 at 7:30pm

Sun. Nov. 3 at 7:30pm


For information or to book a performance please contact

The Asylum Project is based on stunning true events that weave together the lives of a Polish immigrant, psychiatric hospital patients and a woman following the clues of her past. The story takes place at the Binghamton State Hospital in upstate New York over the course of six decades. Created from personal accounts, historical documents and imaginings, the play chronicles their lived experiences. Their personal narratives, once silenced, are now given voice.
Creative Advisors: Joan Evans, Elena Zucker & Sharon Fogarty. Mime Coach: Bill Bowers. Sound Design: Brian Tse, James McQuillen & Zoe Briskey.
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Theatre in the Flesh is available for performances, commissions, and workshops.

Our work is made possible with the generous support of our community and audiences.
Your contributions are deeply appreciated.


Photos - Shawn Washburn

Much of the information communicated between people is non-verbal
Theatre in the Flesh is inspired by this,
the capacity of physical language to tell a complex story,
and the exquisite beauty of the embodied metaphor.