Terre Haute Brewing Company - September 21, 2017
Summary of the play: "This is a play about addiction, the process of getting clean, and how the struggle of getting clean can overtake and control one’s life. As someone who has struggled with addiction as a teenager and into my adulthood, I know how difficult it can be to quit something that inflicts truly devastating withdrawals. This play is based on the combined experiences of several dear, plagued friends and my own struggles with substance abuse. I took what I witnessed and attempted to project it on the stage. The intention behind this play is to pull viewers through the experience and expose the thought process of an addict. It is my hope that this exposure will lead the audience to begin sympathizing with those suffering from addiction - rather than perpetuate the alienation that so many already deal with. It is my belief that many people who are addicted don't seek help due to the stigma associated with addiction, and I want to do all I can to help dissipate that stigma."
HERE IN THE UNIVERSE
What does it mean to belong? A musical play inspired by 11 poems written by Vigo County middle schoolers.
Performances of eleven poems about belonging and not belonging written by middle school students in Vigo County. The selected middle school poems were written for the Max Ehrmann Poetry Contest administered by Art Spaces and the Community School for the Arts. Production conceptualized and music composed by Bryant Clayton. Directed by Arthur Feinsod. Theater 7 will tour the Vigo County middle schools through 2016-2017 school year, co-sponsored by Indiana State University Bayh College of Education.
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Ryves Youth Center - August 3, 2016
Indiana Theater - Sept. 14, 2016
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A stage adaption of three Zora Neale Hurston short stories by George C. Wolfe. Directed by Jeff Lorick, Artistic Director of Theater 7. This production was selected to complement Zora Neale Hurston's masterpiece Their Eyes were Watching God, the subject of the February 2017 Big Read sponsored by the Vigo County Public Library and supported by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The production is directed by Jeff Lorick, former president of Community Theater and co-founder of Theater 7. Theater 7 is a new theater company that was introduced to the community last summer. The theater company is focused on bringing a range of works that celebrate inclusion and diversity to Terre Haute.
Indiana Theater - February 17, 2017
Additional performances on February 18, 19, 24, and 25, 2017.
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DEATH OF A SALESMAN
Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by Arthur Feinsod. Often considered America's greatest tragic drama, Death of a Salesman tells the story of Willy Loman, the unsuccessful salesman who tries to impose his flawed version of the American Dream on his two sons, including the drifter Biff, who struggles to find his own worldview and identity.
Indiana Theater - Opens June 2, 2017
Additional performances on June 3, 4, 9 and 10.
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