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Pictured at OSF: Pam Parham, Anne Del Vecchio and Billy Seago
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A Wrinkle In Time
Interpreted Peformance: October 2, 2014 at 8:00pm
Interpreters: Anne Del Vecchio, Jeff Wildenstein, Pam Parham
About two hours and 20 minutes, including one intermission.
Rough magic and brave new worlds
For 12 years, the exiled Duke Prospero has waited for this moment: Old enemies have sailed too close to his enchanged island, and a mighty storm has forced them ashore. Now it's time to settle old scores and reclaim his former dukedom for his daughter, Miranda. Aided by supernatural powers, Porspero dispenses justice while overseeing the growing attraction between Miranda and the princely son of one of his foes. In Shakespeare's romance, sorcery and love transmute vengeance into humility and humanity, making it possible for all to return to a world made new by the power of forgiveness.
This production of "The Tempest" is part of Shakespeare for a New Generagion, a national theatre initiative sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest.
A Wrinkle in Time
Run Time: About one hour and 40 minutes, with no intermission
Across the universe
Meg Murry is the quintessential square peg: a middle-school math whiz with glasses and a short temper. But when she and her strangely gifted little brother set off to find their missing father, they're catapulted across time and space to a world where being different isn't just an annoyance - it can cost you your life. Even with the help of curious otherworldly beings, Meg will have to conjure every power she can find, and then some, to put her family back together. OSF presents a new adaptation of this mind-expanding science fiction story that's still a favorite with the young and young at heart.
Special lighting and strobe effects are used during the Tesseract moments in the production.
Interpreted Peformance: October 3, 2014 at 8:00pm
Interpreters: Patrick Fischer, Todd Agan, and JohnMark Ennis
Water by the Spoonful
Interpreted Peformance: October 4, 2014 at 1:30pm
Interpreters: Suzanne Lightbourn, Edwin Cancel, and Pam Cancel
Water by the Spoonful
About two hours and 15 minutes, including one intermission.
We are family
A janitor. A software mogul. A college grad. An IRS paper-pusher. Although they live thousands of miles apart, these four people share a secret: They're recovering addicts who've found a safe haven in an online chat room. there, with liberal doses of jokes and bullying, they help each other navigate the broken terrain of their lives. But when an Iraq War vet's tragedy spills over into their cyberhome, everything changes. In this fearless, groundbreaking Pulitzer Prize-winner, worlds virtual and real unfold onstage, challenging our notions of family, forgiveness, community and courage.
2014 Season - Completed Interpreted Performances
Interpreted: April 25, 2014
Interpreters: Anne Del Vecchio, David Evans, Pam Parham
The Sign in Sydney Brustein's Window
Interpreted: April 26, 2014
Interpreters: Todd Again, Christopher Robinson, Jean A. Miller
The Comedy of Errors
Interpreted: April 27, 2014
Interpreters: Edwin Cancel and Pam Cancel
Into the Woods
Interpreted: July 17, 2014
Interpreters: Anne Del Vecchio, JohnMark Ennis, Pam Parham
Two Gentlemen of Verona
Interpreted: July 18, 2014
Interpreters: Patty Gordon, Stephanie Feyne, Suzanne Lightbourn
Interpreted: July 19, 2014
Interpreters: Aaron Brace, David Evans, Tracy Brennan