"The Lifecycle Building Center, a 1914 warehouse full of salvaged building materials near the railroad tracks in southwest Atlanta, may not seem a likely setting for the best play of the year, but Saïah's inventive site-specific staging of Moby-Dick proved to be genius..."
“Our souls are like those orphans whose unwedded mothers die in bearing them: the secret of our paternity lies in their grave, and we must there to learn it.”
― Herman Melville, Moby-Dick
The telling of a story is an equidistant triangle between three points, – story, performer, and audience. Through Saiah we blend storyand location as much as we can. It is not just a place we have been rehearsing a play, the actors have become a crew living in the walls. It is not just a place to come and see a play, -it is an immersive world of experience for the audience
"Be brave. We want you to experience all aspects of the world we’re bringing to you – so look around, get closer – take in the scent – and then you’ll truly see the story were trying to tell you. "