Recollection Collection.

RCImage9Freshwater Theatre presents The Recollection Collection, running in rep with If You Don’t Weaken this spring at Nimbus Theatre!

Continuing our season-long meditation on the function of memory in our daily lives, we present six world premiere short plays focusing on the theme of memory!

Performances will be at Nimbus Theatre March 29 & 30, and April 3, 5 & 8, all at 7:30pm. 

PAY WHAT YOU CAN April 8!

The pieces are:

Perspective
Written by James McLindon
Directed by Addie Gorlin

Their painting moved to a new room at the Louvre, Mary and Archangel Gabriel find their relationship threatened by a woman with an inscrutable smile.

Madonna: Marci Lucht
Gabriel: Matt Tatone

One, Three, Two
Written by Michael Weems
Directed by Brian Joyce

A man loses all the codes to unlock his modern life one afternoon and finds himself on a dock, trying to count again.

Jake: John Leaf
Heather: Sierra Schermerhorn

Making Some Noise
Written by Claudia Haas
Directed by Jody Bee

Three sisters surround themselves with shoes and memories. What is the make­-up of a life? Is it reduced to belongings and haphazard memories? Three sisters are still trying to figure this out as the anniversary of their mother’s death approaches.

Julianna: Samantha Veldhouse
Emma: Sierra Schermerhorn
Nell: Marci Lucht

Imagine Memory
Written by Anthony Neuman
Directed by Alexandra Gould

While getting up the courage to propose to his girlfriend, Walter is visited by his childhood imaginary friend for a pep-talk, and some truths about what’s real and what’s imagined.

Philip: Bailey Murphy
Walter: Matt Tatone

For Good
Written by Joe Swanson
Directed by Brian Columbus

Every time Josh drinks an airline bottle of scotch left over from their first and only date, the deceased Maggie shows up to visit. Tonight is the last bottle.

Josh: John Leaf
Maggie: Bailey Murphy

Art Nouveau
Written by Amanda Petefish-Schrag
Directed by Kimberly Miller

Jane is scrapbooking her life. They don’t sell uterus or sperm stickers at Michael’s crafts, but that won’t stop her.

Jane: Samantha Veldhouse

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
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