A New Play by Gabrielle Reisman
Directed by Alice Reagan
Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 8 PM*
Friday, March 2, 2018 at 8 PM
Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 3 PM
Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 8 PM
The waters are rising around Jeune Terre, Louisiana, and the land is slipping away. As scientists and state administrators bargain over the town's future, a theatre troupe arrives to tell an old story in a new way, just in time for a quickly approaching storm. This inventive new play with songs explores what it means to live on the edge of invisibility in a time of atmospheric change.
Set Design by Carolyn Mraz
Lighting Design by Burke Brown
Costume Design by Alice Tavener
Original Music and Sound by Avi Amon
Voice and Dialect by Raife Baker
Stage Management by Sarah Cook
With Barnard and Columbia students
* Special Talkback on Thursday 3/1
Featuring Gabrielle Reisman, Alice Reagan, and Carolyn Mraz, along with Sandra Goldmark, Associate Professor of Professional Practice in the Department of Theatre, after the Thursday night performance.
Were on sale for $12 General Admission, $6 with BC/CU ID
The Diana Center, Room LL200, Barnard Campus
First Light Festival
Jeune Terre is part of the EST/Sloan Project's First Light Festival.
Learn more about the festival, and other plays like this, here.
Barnard College Department of Theatre
Columbia University Major in Drama & Theatre Arts