Our Town: A Unique Moveable Production at PFI Historic Park
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The last date listed for Our Town was Sunday October 23, 2011 / 5:00pm.
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Based on N. Richard Nash's acclaimed play The Rainmaker, this rarely produced musical gem is set in… More
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A progressive play beneath a canapoy os stars in the ruins site in Ellicott City. An excellent venue for this play! The production and performance was more than I expected. I felt as though I was a part of the Town and gained greater insight to the characters because of the sudiences participation in the "movesable" aspects.
Our Town is also something of a ghost story, with the last act set in a graveyard whose inhabitants either pity or are indifferent to those left behind, and whose most recent arrival is allowed to relive a day from her past. Perhaps the scene will inspire a sighting of Annie Van Derlot, the ghost of a former PFI resident who died of pneumonia during a harsh winter. Such sightings are rumored each year, and patrons are encouraged to bring flashlights for their own comfort and security.
About the Ticket Supplier: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company is one of the fastest growing classics theaters in the United States. The tremendous support and energy it has received has come as a result of CSC’s desire to create a new way to deliver classical theater — ways that encourage conversations between audience and artists, one that connects the organization to its community and finds unique ways to combine the traditional and the new when presenting exciting and energetic productions. Built on a model that encourages collaboration and long-term relationships with artists, CSC has built the foundation for a healthy, vibrant organization that is growing into a regional center of energy and excellence. Their ambition is to “change the way people think about Shakespeare.”