Inspired by the gothic classic “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, this is a story of a woman controlled by her aloof but dominating husband. A tale of past and perhaps current woes of frightening madness and deception, The Yellow Wallpaper: A Dance Into Madness explores the dangers of “Resting Cure” treatments as well as the importance of self-expression. Developed in the late 1800’s, these treatments were often given to women suffering from nervousness, postpartum depression, and anxiety. Treatment consisted of absolute rest, isolation from friends and family, and a high fat diet. Through the artistry of dance, this production sheds light on the daily struggles of women against male-centric thinking and social norms. With beautiful and eerie choreography, The Yellow Wallpaper will keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you wanting more.