The UNNATURAL DISASTER Theatre Company Forest Town - February 28th
Fri, Feb 28 at 7:30pm
A theatrical experiment in creation, Forest Town is a bold new anthology that explores historical and continued mistreatment of women. Written in collaboration with 10 different playwrights, this collection of short plays span from ancient Greece to the 22nd century, and consider a world where a man's indiscretions are as visible as a branch in his hand. An imaginative fusion of genre, movement, music, and history, Forest Town is a surprising and innovative trove of stories.
Would society be different if every misdeed were as visible as a branch, or would the towns look like forests?
Cast & Creative Team
Concept Created by Logan Robins
Produced by Linda Meian & Logan Robins
With generous support from the Indie Theatre Residency at Shakespeare by the Sea (Drew Douris-O'Hara and Jade Douris-O'Hara)
Directed by Logan Robins
Music Composition / Sound Design by Zach Levin
Performed by Lee J. Campbell, Nika Gantar, Raphael Glazov, Linda Meian, Sherry Smith
Stage Management by Linda Meian
Lighting/Sound/Costume/Set Design by Linda Meian & Logan Robins
Graphic Design by Erin Cutler
Playwrights Roland Au, Lily Falk, Sophie Jacome, Carmen Lee, Zach Levin, Colleen MacIsaac, Linda Meian, Logan Robins, Ross Unger, Garry Williams, Rebecca Wolfe, and featuring a special selection from Carlos Goldoni's "The Servant of Two Masters"
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- Please do not print your ticket. We will have a will-call list at the box office and will only need your name for admission.
- The box office will open one hour before the show begins. Tickets will be available at the door and there will be 10 PWYC tickets available for each performance (first come, first served). There is no assigned seating.
- The doors of the theatre will open 15 minutes before the show begins.
- Free parking is available and the space is accessible for those with mobility needs. The venue can also be reached by taking the 29 bus towards Point Pleasant Park.
- Forest Town contains themes and mature language that might be unsuitable for young audience members. Please feel free to reach out for more information about specific audience needs/concerns regarding the content.
cw: mature language/themes and images relating to sexual assault
- If you have any questions or concerns about accessability, about Forest Town in general, or if cost is a barrier to you seeing the performance, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our performance is located in Miꞌkmaꞌki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. The Unnatural Disaster Theatre Company recognizes that we benefit from being on this land and are grateful that we are able to grow, learn, and tell stories here.