Feb
19
Wed
100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Feb 19 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

100 Years Stray

saringROCK
Translated by Aya Ogawa
Directed by Padra Crisafulli

Feb. 19-21

The landscape hasn’t changed at all, but I keep on changing and changing. 
Luck sits and continues to watch. 

100 Years Stray follows Luck, the last human being in the wake of an apocalypse that has eliminated fertility. Raised in deliberate ignorance in the depths of a mountain by an old hermit, Luck cannot read, cook, or defend himself. However, as the remnants of civilization open their arms to him, Luck ventures into the destroyed cities of his homeland. Perhaps he will find out the reason he is all that is left. Perhaps… he will find out who (or what) succeeds humanity.

Feb
20
Thu
100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Feb 20 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

100 Years Stray

saringROCK
Translated by Aya Ogawa
Directed by Padra Crisafulli

Feb. 19-21

The landscape hasn’t changed at all, but I keep on changing and changing. 
Luck sits and continues to watch. 

100 Years Stray follows Luck, the last human being in the wake of an apocalypse that has eliminated fertility. Raised in deliberate ignorance in the depths of a mountain by an old hermit, Luck cannot read, cook, or defend himself. However, as the remnants of civilization open their arms to him, Luck ventures into the destroyed cities of his homeland. Perhaps he will find out the reason he is all that is left. Perhaps… he will find out who (or what) succeeds humanity.

Feb
21
Fri
100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Feb 21 @ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

100 Years Stray

saringROCK
Translated by Aya Ogawa
Directed by Padra Crisafulli

Feb. 19-21

The landscape hasn’t changed at all, but I keep on changing and changing. 
Luck sits and continues to watch. 

100 Years Stray follows Luck, the last human being in the wake of an apocalypse that has eliminated fertility. Raised in deliberate ignorance in the depths of a mountain by an old hermit, Luck cannot read, cook, or defend himself. However, as the remnants of civilization open their arms to him, Luck ventures into the destroyed cities of his homeland. Perhaps he will find out the reason he is all that is left. Perhaps… he will find out who (or what) succeeds humanity.

100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Feb 21 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
100 Years Stray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

100 Years Stray

saringROCK
Translated by Aya Ogawa
Directed by Padra Crisafulli

Feb. 19-21

The landscape hasn’t changed at all, but I keep on changing and changing. 
Luck sits and continues to watch. 

100 Years Stray follows Luck, the last human being in the wake of an apocalypse that has eliminated fertility. Raised in deliberate ignorance in the depths of a mountain by an old hermit, Luck cannot read, cook, or defend himself. However, as the remnants of civilization open their arms to him, Luck ventures into the destroyed cities of his homeland. Perhaps he will find out the reason he is all that is left. Perhaps… he will find out who (or what) succeeds humanity.

Mar
25
Wed
What \Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Mar 25 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
What \Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

 

What \Washed Ashore //Astray

Benjamin Benne
Directed by Nora Gair
March 25-27

“sunset on the shoreline
the sky and the sea blur
the sea gasps for breath”

What \Washed Ashore //Astray: a sensory play about deterioration, by contemporary playwright Benjamin Benne, is a poetic play written in overlapping free verse that tells the story of elderly twin sisters, Cat and Chris, who reunite in a cabin on the Pacific Northwest shoreline after it becomes apparent one of them will die within the year. Everything has aged: the cottage, their bodies, the world around them.

The depth of connection between the twins and their relationship to the spaces they inhabit paint a beautiful, character-driven picture of senescence, childhood, and identity. This play questions the mutable nature of time through memory and how we can access our past so fully- if not so realistically- in our minds.

Mar
26
Thu
What \\Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Mar 26 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
What \\Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

 

What \\Washed Ashore //Astray

Benjamin Benne
Directed by Nora Gair
March 25-27

“sunset on the shoreline
the sky and the sea blur
the sea gasps for breath”

What \\Washed Ashore //Astray: a sensory play about deterioration, by contemporary playwright Benjamin Benne, is a poetic play written in overlapping free verse that tells the story of elderly twin sisters, Cat and Chris, who reunite in a cabin on the Pacific Northwest shoreline after it becomes apparent one of them will die within the year. Everything has aged: the cottage, their bodies, the world around them.

The depth of connection between the twins and their relationship to the spaces they inhabit paint a beautiful, character-driven picture of senescence, childhood, and identity. This play questions the mutable nature of time through memory and how we can access our past so fully- if not so realistically- in our minds.

Mar
27
Fri
What \Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Mar 27 @ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
What \Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

 

What \Washed Ashore //Astray

Benjamin Benne
Directed by Nora Gair
March 25-27

“sunset on the shoreline
the sky and the sea blur
the sea gasps for breath”

What \Washed Ashore //Astray: a sensory play about deterioration, by contemporary playwright Benjamin Benne, is a poetic play written in overlapping free verse that tells the story of elderly twin sisters, Cat and Chris, who reunite in a cabin on the Pacific Northwest shoreline after it becomes apparent one of them will die within the year. Everything has aged: the cottage, their bodies, the world around them.

The depth of connection between the twins and their relationship to the spaces they inhabit paint a beautiful, character-driven picture of senescence, childhood, and identity. This play questions the mutable nature of time through memory and how we can access our past so fully- if not so realistically- in our minds.

What \Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Mar 27 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
What \Washed Ashore// Astray @ Purnell Center for the Arts

 

What \Washed Ashore //Astray

Benjamin Benne
Directed by Nora Gair
March 25-27

“sunset on the shoreline
the sky and the sea blur
the sea gasps for breath”

What \Washed Ashore //Astray: a sensory play about deterioration, by contemporary playwright Benjamin Benne, is a poetic play written in overlapping free verse that tells the story of elderly twin sisters, Cat and Chris, who reunite in a cabin on the Pacific Northwest shoreline after it becomes apparent one of them will die within the year. Everything has aged: the cottage, their bodies, the world around them.

The depth of connection between the twins and their relationship to the spaces they inhabit paint a beautiful, character-driven picture of senescence, childhood, and identity. This play questions the mutable nature of time through memory and how we can access our past so fully- if not so realistically- in our minds.

Apr
1
Wed
Scholar and Painter; Or How To Fall In Love With The Sky @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Apr 1 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Scholar and Painter; Or How To Fall In Love With The Sky @ Purnell Center for the Arts

Scholar and Painter or How to Fall In Love With the Sky

Written and Directed by Rachel Pospisil
April 1-3

“Scholar throws a tantrum and violently throws her book across the room.
Painter cries out, Scholar freezes.”

Scholar and Painter; or How to Fall in Love With the Sky is a story about discovering true love, finding middle ground, and repairing broken relationships with the people around us and with the planet we call home. With 90% of the play told through movement alone, and the remaining 10% mainly spoken in languages other than English, the play asks whether it’s possible to listen, to understand, and to evolve, and to save ourselves from ourselves.

Apr
2
Thu
Scholar and Painter; Or How To Fall In Love With The Sky @ Purnell Center for the Arts
Apr 2 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Scholar and Painter; Or How To Fall In Love With The Sky @ Purnell Center for the Arts

Scholar and Painter or How to Fall In Love With the Sky

Written and Directed by Rachel Pospisil
April 1-3

“Scholar throws a tantrum and violently throws her book across the room.
Painter cries out, Scholar freezes.”

Scholar and Painter; or How to Fall in Love With the Sky is a story about discovering true love, finding middle ground, and repairing broken relationships with the people around us and with the planet we call home. With 90% of the play told through movement alone, and the remaining 10% mainly spoken in languages other than English, the play asks whether it’s possible to listen, to understand, and to evolve, and to save ourselves from ourselves.