“We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” Here’s one: It is 1968, and you arrive at a house party. A band is playing, some people are making out. You drink, you mingle, you dance. The White Album is theater meeting performance art unlike anything Pittsburgh has ever seen. This innovative production brings Joan Didion’s seminal essay to life—performed in its entirety by Obie Award-winning actor Mia Barron—with a glassed-in 'stage within a stage' and surprises behind every onstage door. Become a voyeur as you sit in the August Wilson Center auditorium, and watch as social norms and theatrical conventions crumble to the ground.