A new experimental play called Lullaby explores insomnia and how sleep affects the creative mind, as reported by the Daily Egyptian.

Sleep, insomnia and the creative mind are all topics that occasionally come together. One production looks to question how they all affect each other.

The Marion Kleinau Theatre is holding the experimental play “Lullaby” on March 26 to 28. “Lullaby” was created and co-directed by Ashley Beard, who goes by the stage name A.B., and Savannah Ganster.

 Ganster, who has a doctorate in communication studies from LSU and lives in Baton Rouge, LA., said the idea all started when she and Beard met at a performance festival and snuck away from a party and started talking about insomnia and art.