Wax (v.) To Come to Be
Women encased in wax break free from their elegant shells and struggle to develop a relationship with visibility and vulnerability while learning to craft and shape their own lives. Thus begins a transformation from inanimate object to active subject.
to grow, increase
to increase gradually in size and strength
to increase in number
to increase in size, quantity, volume, intensity, etc.
to increase in potency
to advance in power, importance, prosperity, etc.
to undergo the periodical increase in the extent of its visible illuminated portion
to become gradually greater or more striking
to amount to
to be born or created
to come into being, spring up, begin, arise, occur
to become gradually, grow
to become, turn
to come to be
Daughters of Memory Performance Series / Links Hall, Chicago / 2000
Created by Meghan Strell and Charlie Levin
With Direction from KellyAnn Corcoran
Performer/Collaborators: Hilary Mac Austin, Sheri Doyel, Heather Ireland, Charlie Levin, Linda Solotaire, Meghan Strell
Sound: Mark Comiskey