The Pilot Dance Project Takes Over The Interchange Feb. 1-3

by Christopher Joseph | January 25, 2018 11:14 am CST

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Music, movies, celebrities and entertainment are synonymous with modern American culture. But one thing that often gets pushed under the rug is the reality of the mass incarceration that runs through our country. The lives of so many people have been destroyed by the American prison system, and one local Houston theater is giving audiences an inside look at just how broken that system can be.

Produced by the Pilot Dance Project, Jaime Frugé-Walne’s TWENTY-FIVE: An interactive dance theater experience takes a different approach when educating its audience about the failure that is the American prison system. Through dance, the audience will get to experience first-hand the pain and turmoil of the prison inmates as they waste away in prison and the life and family that was left behind. This interactive play will give the audience a chance to not only see a personal testimony, but also interact with the performance.


“This is a work that audiences will appreciate for its universal themes and poignant stories,” says Executive/Artistic Director Adam Castaneda.

TWENTY-FIVE premieres Feb. 1-3 at The Interchange. General admissions tickets are $20 each. For more information visit:

The Interchange | 1815 Cleburne St, Houston, TX 77004