Tragedy, as Aristotle defined it, “is an imitation of an action that is serious, complete, and of a certain magnitude.” It’s difficult to locate Cynthia Hopkins—a playwright, actor, dancer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist—in that description, as her works, however poignant, can seem playful, fragmentary, and deceptively slight. Hopkins creates singular, diaphanous performance pieces whose subjects range from amnesia to art-making to space travel.... More >>>