Two creative partners unite in their disciplines to make scientific exploration accessible through the art of live performance. Two presentations at Hurleyville Arts Centre, Saturday 10/13 and Sunday 10/14; a co-production of NACL and Hurleyville Arts Centre.
Taking inspiration from the likes of the mad tea party in Alice in Wonderland and Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Vagabond Inventions uses its contemporary approach to classic clowning to tell this surrealistic tale of friendship amidst crisis.
Neuroscientist Dr. Allison Waters and theatre artist Tannis Kowalchuk cross-pollinate the disciplines of science and theatre to present an unusual hybrid lecture-performance about depression and the way we treat it as a society.
The STREETS ensemble performs another ‘Small Miracle’ at the Hurleyville Arts Centre.
The old rail station and freight house of the New York Ontario & Western railroad line in Hurleyville, NY will be the site of a colorful performance about humanity’s shifts and movements, migrations, adaptations, and propensity for overcoming obstacles and walls. Each traveler, dressed in a different color scheme, represents a unique place of origin and tradition, together presenting a spectacular visual and aural montage of stories of people on the move.
An epic poem about fulfilling one’s purpose—if there is any—before one’s time runs out. The clock is ticking.
The STREETS ensemble dives into DEEP WATER with a dramatization of Book 9: "A Pirate in a Shepherd’s Cave" from Homer's classic, The Oddessey. They will be reading from the translation by Emily Wilson as part of the DEEP WATER LITERARY FESTIVAL in Narrowsburg, NY.
A folk-blues opera of songs and stories penned from conversations with the dead.