I am going to be producing and directing my original play, E3. This play explores several layers of sexual assault and mental health, two topics that I am extremely passionate about. My collaborative partner is Rachel Feinstein, a photography major, who will add imagery through photography and projection to enhance the storyline. We have conjointly determined that photography in this production is crucial for two reasons: the first is that still-life photography will be used and projected onto a white backdrop to serve as a location indicator, since this show will be performed with a minimalistic set. The second way photography plays a huge role in this production is to use frontal projection to cast photos onto the backdrop of the characters during past and present life to explore their lives before the plot of the show. These projections will be in the form of a slideshow, flashing quickly in between each scene. We believe that this is an artistic demonstration of how life is going by quickly and how easy it is to miss a lot of moments, and with the content of the show, it displays what happens when moments are missed and how that can affect a person and their mind. For the symposium, I plan to have actors from the show perform an excerpt of the piece, and if that is not possible, I would like to make a video so that patrons can see the show in action.