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Southern Oregon University

 

by Brent Florendo

 

For the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest, winter is the time for stories. Brent Florendo’s highly interactive play brings to the stage the ancient folklore of the Wasco tribe of the Columbia River Basin and Cascade mountains as told to him by his mother, Alice. Raccoon finds that everything in his world is alive and its inhabitants help him learn about their inherent interdependence with humor, song and dance.

 

Friday, February 24 (opening).....7:00 pm (Sold Out)

Saturday, February 25..... 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Friday, March 2............... 7:00 pm

Saturday, March 3........... 2:00 pm (Sold Out) and 7:00 pm

Sunday, March 4............. 2:00 pm (Sold Out)

Friday, March 9............... 7:00 pm (Sold Out)

Saturday, March 10......... 2:00 pm (Sold Out) and 7:00 pm (Sold Out) 

Sunday, March 11........... 2:00 pm (Sold Out)

 

Director: Chris Sackett

Assistant Director: Marc Oliver

Cast: Chelsea Acker, Kameron Fort, Joseph T. Godfrey, Valerie Huntington, Delaney Kentzell, Laurel Livezey, Kurt Langmeyer, Zlato Rizziolli, Emily Serdahl

Production Team:
Scenic Design: Sunshine Bucy

Costumes: Morgana Spake

Lights: Kate McFarland

Sound: Joel Ferrier

Stage Manager: Cymry Reardon

 

Run Length: One hour with no intermission

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