Created by Charles Campbell & Sean Kelley-Pegg

Photo Strange Love - bright sign with strange love written

In September and October 2007 Skewed Visions presented Strange Love (device/performance) a two-part site-specific performance and event exploring contemporary and historical cultures of fear by re-animating Stanley Kubrick’s Cold War satire Dr. Strangelove, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Charles Campbell and Sean Kelley-Pegg took Kubrick’s classic film as a starting point for two explorations of our contemporary culture of fear in both installation (device — Kelley-Pegg) and multidisciplinary show (performance — Campbell).

The production was awarded “Outstanding Experimental Theater Work of 2007” by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. City Pages awarded the production “Standout Set/Design.”

Some reviews of the production:

  • City Pages said “captivatingly unhinged” here.
  • Star Tribune called it “a deliciously weird evening” here.
  • tcdailyplanet.net said “horror and madness are afoot” here.
  • mnartists.org reviewed the production. Read it here.
  • Lavender Magazine gave background. Read the article here.
  • Minnesota Public Radio featured the performance. Transcript here. RealPlayer required for streaming audio.

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