January 12-15, 7pm.
BARNFEST is a showcase of work developed at the Barn Arts Collective last summer and fall through their artist residency program.
THURSDAY, 1/12, 7pm
Music from Old Souls: Elizabeth May
The Giants - Matthew Jellison and Isaac Klein
Joshua Complex - Lewis & Anderson
FRIDAY, 1/13, 7pm
Dear Sun, Please Shine On Us - Tory Davidson
Some Pictures of the Floating World- Matt Minnicino & Tara Elliott
Fruit of the Sea - Sean M Daniels, Eliza McCoy and Eric Mercardo
Buffalo Bailey’s Ranch for Gay Horses and Troubled Teen Girls - Bailey Williams, Derek Smith, Alex Rodabaugh
SATURDAY, 1/14, 7pm
Music from The Disappearing Man - Jahn Sood
Croatoan: A Horror Opera - Trevor Bachman
The Girl From Bare Cove - The Harpers
The History of Nasty Women - Alex Randrup
her, him, prince, michael, and marvin aka love is love is love - Mia Y. Anderson
Animal Husbandry - David Davila
SWIFT/Miss Ohio - Taylor Edelhart
This Beach Used to Be a Dance Hall - Designated Movement Company
SUNDAY, 1/15, 7pm
Music by Ben Moniz
Gwen and Mina’s Puppetopia - Sarah Todes
We Cry Havoc - Julia Sears and Maggie Moore
Z.Z.’s Sleepaway Camp for Disordered Dreamers - The New Wild
Billy and the Golden Pencil - FORGE, Chie Morita & Greg Taubman
The Great American Drama - The NY Neo-Futurists, Connor Sampson
Applications and residency dates for 2017 will be announced at the festival.
THE PARSNIP SHIP
The Parsnip Ship is an intimate series of plays performed before live audiences and then made accessible as a monthly podcast. Hosted by Iyvon Edebiri and Eric Borlaug, the series aims to build community by exploring diverse perspectives and by bringing awareness to inspiring voices. We strive to program plays that are new and unexpected, that challenge our listeners with innovative form and powerful content. Climb aboard and listen along, or join us the first Thursday every month for a live broadcast from Cloud City!
Thursday, January 5, at 7pm:
TARA by Brian Otaño
In the days leading up to the Christmas holiday, 30-year-old sanitation worker Ricky Paloma receives word that he has been identified as a victim in a child sexual abuse case against his high school Science teacher. In an attempt to clear his teacher's name, Ricky unearths decades-old secrets that threaten to shatter his relationships with his mother Awilda and his only child. TARA is an exploration of trauma disguised as growing pains, the tension between progress and conservatives in Latino culture and the binding, sometimes lethal, power of love.