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2016

hour fartherBARRIO GIRL KIDS CAMP PERFORMANCE

July 22 and 23, 2016

Barrio Grrrl, written by Quiara Alegria Hudes, directed by Stephanie Donnelly, and produced by Camilla Ross.

Emerson Theater Collaborative offers a six week Summer Theatrical Program located in Mystic Connecticut. For $595 which includes a FREE t-shirt and the $30 registration fee, participants learn all about theater by performing in our summer production of Barrio Grrl.


2016

hour fartherZORA NEALE HURSTON READING

February 27, 2016

Zora Neale Hurston was one of the most extraordinary writers of our time. Her life's dance with the Harlem Renaissance greatly influenced the lives of other great writer's such as, Toni Morrison and Alice Walker. Our lives will forever be indebted to Alice for not forgetting our roots of Zora Neale Hurston.

Image used with permission from the Photographic Memory Collection


hour fartherKING ARTHUR IN CONTEMPORARY CONNECTICUT

April 16 and 17, 2016

written by James Ferguson
directed by Theresa Roach
produced by Camilla Ross
Emerson Theatre Collaborative and The Mark Twain House & Museum join to present a world premiere reading of KING ARTHUR IN CONTEMPORARY CONNECTICUT, a comedy by James C. Ferguson. A hilarious twist on Twain's classic A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT, this new play finds the legendary king magically transported forward in time to modern day Connecticut. Can Arthur, Merlin, Lancelot and the nefarious Morgan Le Fay negotiate the complexities of life in the age of internet, smart phones, and casinos in the Nutmeg State? Tickets: $10 These tickets are just for the Mystic Performance


hour fartherALWAYS PICKED LAST

May 6 and 7, 2016

written by Lisa A. Giordano
directed by Stephanie Donnelly
produced by Camilla Ross
The Emerson Theater Collaborative, The Light House for Autism, and the RiverFront DayCare have combined forces to educate and bring awareness on how theatre can be used to teach children on and off the autistic spectrum social skills to help combat bullying. This project came about because our community saw a need to help our youth cope with the affects of bullying and it's aftermath. What would you do if someone you cared about was being bullied? Always Picked Last was inspired based on a book by Kevin Kearns. Bullying is something that should never happen. It's not a right to passage and our children should not be the ones who are harmed because of it.


 

 

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