The end of my wedding season found me out on Peaks Island for several weekends in a row. A sweet, easygoing couple, these two were most concerned with their family and friends having a fun and relaxing time at their wedding, and that clearly happened. Seeing the community come together to put on a fabulous dinner only added to the intimacy and sense of family of this event.
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This project illustrates the ways in which nature and culture of Peaks Island overlap and shape one another, both in their reciprocal causal effects and in their blurring together of categories. This project also explores the broad themes of change and interaction by honing in on a handful of distinct sites and times on Peaks Island. Each section will add to the storyline, spanning from the late 19th century to today.
Naido was an eyeless woman who resided in a structure on the purple seaconnected to the missing FBI secretary Diane Evans. After vanishing from the glass box in New York CityCooper found himself outside a structure set in the middle of a large body of water. Inside, Naido sat in front of a fireplace as Agent Cooper approached her. She did not speak, only letting out a breathy noise and signaling Cooper to be quiet when something began banging on the door to their room.
It was January and I had a rare weekend off from my island medical practice on Casco Bay. Childhood friends: Tux, Rudy, Bruce, George, and Rob arrived on the noon ferry and threw their gear into the back of my truck. We had camped and canoed together since junior high in the wilds of New Jersey Okay, it seemed wild.
Cohen Foundation to underwrite performances by the Acorn Shakespeare Ensemble next season. The Sam L. This installation will utilize the unique architecture of the space as the backdrop for a performance mingling scenes from Cymbeline and Shakespeare's other late romances, including snippets from Double Falsehood, a play recently attributed to Shakespeare by scholars.
Acorn Productions, producer of the ongoing Naked Shakespeare series of free and low-cost Shakepeare performances, announced that the company's Founding Artistic Director Michael Levine will be handing over leadership of the 14 year-old troupe to Sarah Barlow this fall. These performances feature a reunion of past company members, who team up with actors currently in the ensemble to recreate highlights of Naked Shakespeare's first 14 years. These accessible shows feature sonnets, soliloquies and scenes brought to life without sets, lights or costumes in Fore River's cozy tasting room in South Portland.
We're so excited to be sharing the first ever outdoors rendition of NPR. A collection of truly rad human beings will re-take this militarized structure in nakedness, disarming the toxicity that was poured into it's foundation by sharing thoughtfully chosen literary works. We challenge audience members to think about fertile soil and healthy drinking water, humanity and vulnerability, public domain and questions like "what does promoting the health of this setting look like? It'll be hot out, so bring what you need to stay hydrated!
The ensemble participates in ongoing training sessions that involve voice, body and text in order to assist them in speaking the text in an embodied and authentic way. Naked Shakespeare performances are designed to be accessible to all audience members, even those that are not familiar with his work. The ambiance and performance style encourage an intimate relationship between actor and audience that allows the language to take center stage.