“Overhead, the numbingly white ceiling tiles and recessed institutional lighting are equally devoid of warmth. In the midst of this coldness, Elizabeth Kline’s lighting highlights the vitality of Bearing’s fight for life, or, in the alternative, an unaccustomed wholeness.”-Mary LaFrance of Talkin' Broadway


Directors: Ann Marie Pereth and Joseph Kucan
Scenic Designer: Eric Koger
Costume Designer: Mariya Radeva-Nedyalkova
Sound Designer: John McClain
Stage Manager: Brandi Blackman
“The Usual Place” is an empty building shell turned reconfigurable found performance space in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas along the outskirts of Fremont Street and the Arts District. Though the space was not initially built with a performance venue in mind, it readily transforms into an intimate, unique space for each of A Public Fit’s productions. For this production of W;T, the configuration was an approximately 85 seat L-Shaped orientation.


A Public Fit


October 2017

Photo Credit

Richard Brusky