A Year in the Life with You: Theater Documents is a hybrid performance series where artists connect to the community to explore a question, document, skill or obsession. The series connects our community through a curious investigation of our collective stories building a bridge between audience, community and artists through shared experiences. $10 per ticket.
UNEARTHING MARY BIXBY || Friday, September 7, 2018 || 7pm
Created by Breadcrumbs Productions Devising Group
In a dusty corner of a used bookstore in Syracuse, New York, we find the diary of an 80 year old woman from 1922. “Unearthing Mary Bixby” explores what happens when present meets past through theatrical curiosity and the excavation of found verbatim text in a retrospective on aging, fate and memory.
DANCED TRANSLATIONS OF HAMILTON || Thursday, October 18th at 7pm
Created by Amanda Lee
In “Danced Translations of Hamilton”, a multimedia dance performance, Amanda Lee investigates the meaning and responsibility of community through the experiences of 3 generations of Hamilton women. While Hamilton, NY is shaped by its unique geographical location, many of the community’s concerns are universal.
HAMILTONY || Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 7pm
Created by April Sweeney & Saviana Stanescu
A local yet global exploration of ‘home’ as a (fire)place, a feeling, a destination, and everything in-between. A polyphonic call and response for 4 voices and a violin.
THE RIPPLE EFFECT || Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 7pm
Created by Simona Giurgea
An interactive piece involving theatre games, breaking bread and sharing memories, testimonials and confessions about random, unexpected and intentional acts of kindness.