Internationally, Ira is 1/4th of AustraliAmerican Theater Collective Everything Everywhere (2 Aussies 2 Americans 2 gals 2 dudes 2 goys 2 Jews 2 legit 2 quit)
#EisE creates theatre and storytelling performances about the complicated, important, destructive, frightening and beautiful things in the world: political unrest, butt sex, globalization, periods, social justice, inequality, dogs, climate change, the media and the things that happen in the space between us, the things that change and transform and undo us.
As an international collective spread between continents, and with members coming from different cultures and artistic backgrounds, we are excited by the possibilities that come from collaborating over long distances. We are interested in the temporary-ness, and the distance, and the technology we use to stay in contact and create.
#EisE’s performances combine storytelling, scripted theatre, music and lo-fi animation: in other words, whatever the four of us can get away with. Our work is created through a combination of long-distance collaboration and intensive residencies.
Formed in January 2014 during a week-long Brooklyn snowstorm, Everything is Everywhere is Jessica Bellamy (Aus), Ira Gamerman (USA), Siobhan O’Loughlin (USA) and David Finnigan (Aus). #EisE’s first show "Everything Is Everywhere Lie To Your Face" was presented in 2015, as part of Sipat Lawin Ensemble’s KARNABAL Festival in Manila.
If you’d like to chat with us about a possible project, or if you’re interested in learning more, please drop us a line at info [at] everythingiseverywhere [dot] com.