River See plays at Pillsbury House Theatre through April 21st, 2013. Reserve your tickets today online or by calling 612-825-0459.


Playwright Sharon Bridgforth’s ‘River See’ is moving, mystical
by Rohan Preston, Star Tribune

“if you let it take you where it wants to, if you follow its gestures and open up, the result is a production that is mystical and knowing.” Read the full review »

‘River See’ review: Go with the flow and the journey is intriguing
by Dominic Papatola, Pioneer Press

“Bridgforth and her company are consistently warm and engaging. Too, the interaction between artists and audiences feels like a genuine collaboration; not like the squirmy, faintly embarrassing gimmick of ‘audience participation.'” Read the full review »

Highlights + Features

‘River See’ is challenging and magical by Pamela Espeland, Minnpost

“It’s part theater, part jazz, part dreamy dream, lovely to watch and often funny.” Read the full commentary »

River See opens at Pillsbury House
by Sheila Regan, City Pages’ Dressing Room

“Bridgforth is developing the text as well as her unique method of telling the story, which involves what she refers to as ritual jazz, simultaneity, choral storytelling, movement, and activating the audience to become storytellers themselves. During each performance, Bridgforth composes a moving soundscape to support the action of the narrative, with Sonja Parks playing the role of See, an African American woman on a spiritual journey.” Read the full story »

River See comes to the Pillsbury House Theatre
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What the Audience is Saying

Twitter: “River See @PHouseTheatre was beautiful, loved the participation w/audience.”

Facebook: “Saw River See on Friday night at Pillsbury House Theatre. Great performances by the whole cast, including Mankwe Ndosi and Kenna Cottman. Beautiful music, storytelling, movement.”

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