Part of the Ruth Easton New Play Series.
by Playwrights’ Center Core Writer Gab Reisman
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.
Director: Jeremy B. Cohen
Dramaturg: Elissa Adams
Composer: Avi Amon
Dialect Coach: Foster Johns
Apprentice: Bronwen Chan
Cast: Christian Bardin*, Gary Briggle, Becca Hart, Dan Hopman, Joe Isenberg*, and Wendy Lehr*
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association
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