HotHouse has become a brilliant collision of the personal and global, professional and private. Looking into the faces of my colleagues, learning the language of their bodies and the sound of their voices, I learn about myself and the potential of what exists between us.
Sarah Gliko is a member of the Wilma HotHouse where past productions include: Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play, the world premiere of Christopher Chen’s Passage, Blood Wedding, Constellations, When The Rain Stops Falling, the U.S. premiere of Tom Stoppard’s The Hard Problem, Antigone, Hamlet, and the world premiere of Paula Vogel’s Don Juan Comes Home from Iraq. She’s just returned from The Edinburgh Fringe Festival where she performed in 213Collective’s beloved piece, Untitled Project #213. Other credits include: The Bridges of Madison County (Philadelphia Theater Co.); The Arsonists (Azuka Theatre); The Secret Garden, Parade, Charlotte’s Web (Arden Theatre Co.); My Dinner With Dito (Bearded Ladies Cabaret); The Screwtape Letters, The Liar (Lantern Theater Co.); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Baskerville, Love Story (Walnut St. Theatre); Pumpgirl (Inis Nua Theatre); and John & Jen (Act II Playhouse).