Home Events Music Theatre & Opera Dream on the Farm “The Scientists”

Date

Jun 04 2023

Time

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cost

$Free

Dream on the Farm “The Scientists”

This is a FREE event! Your Gracious Donations benefit The Greenhouse Project’s Public Programs.

2:00 pm:
Select your seating area, refreshments available, watch seed planting demo and get take-home soil & seeds.

3:00 pm:
Performance begins. Enjoy a Meet The Cast time afterward.

The Scientists is Farm Arts Collective’s touring performance. Featured in The New York Times,  it is Play #2 in the company’s decade-long series of climate change plays called DREAM ON THE FARM taking place from 2020-2030.

Directed by Tannis Kowalchuk, the play follows the journey of two deceased American scientists, Carl Sagan (astronomer) and Lynn Margulis (microbiologist) who are reunited in a boxing ring and challenged to compete to “help save life on the planet.” The scientists embark on a competitive fact-finding journey meeting a host of characters along the way.

This fun, all-ages performance incorporates live music, real science, stilt walking to imaginatively explore the world of climate change through two lenses — the microscope and the telescope. Seen at ARTPARK in Lewiston, NY, the Scranton Cultural Center, and Unison Arts in New Paltz, NY.

CREDITS–Director Tannis Kowalchuk, dramaturg and co-director Mimi McGurl, music by Rima Fand, Doug Rogers, Melissa Bell, Annie Hat. Performances by Pam Arnold, Melissa Bell, Jess Beveridge, Michael Chojnicki, Gregg Erickson, Hudson Williams-Eynon, Ginny Hack, Annie Hat, Tannis Kowalchuk, John Roth. Costumes by Sue Currier.

Supported by Lackawanna County Department of Arts and Culture

Location

200 Arthur Avenue, Scranton, PA 18510
Farm Arts Collective

Organizer

Farm Arts Collective
Phone
570-798-9530
Email
jess@farmartscollective.org
Website
https://farmartscollective.org

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