This event is free and open to the public. Sign up here for a 20-minute time slot.
Local performance artist Matt Prideaux presents a one-on-one interactive performance exploring personal connections. Whether you need someone to talk to, a shoulder to cry on, or a friendly embrace, this performance seeks to bring you into the present moment, and hopefully help you to feel a little less alone.
Take a break from your day, check in with yourself, and help deepen your appreciation for those everyday social rituals that we all take for granted.
While there won’t be any mature content, this experience is only available for those 18 years of age and older.
Matt Prideaux is the Assistant Technical Director at Touchstone Theatre. Since relocating to the Lehigh Valley in 2020, he has been involved in a number of productions in various capacities with Touchstone, including: Midsummer at Columcille, Who Wants to Be Matt?, Christmas City Follies XXI, XXII, & XXIII, Is Love So Small a Pain?, After Everything, and Tales of Hope and Resistance; and outside of Touchstone, Permanent, Permanent, various improv troupes, as well as teaching in the Young Playwrights and Building Bridges classrooms. He holds an M.F.A. in Performance Creation from Moravian University, and a B.A. in Theatre from The New School.
This event is in partnership with Zoellner Arts Center.