Magnetic 375 at 375 Depot Street info@ashevillecreativearts.org 914.830.3000

Mainstage Productions

THIS GIRL LAUGHS, THIS GIRL CRIES, THIS GIRL DOES NOTHING

April 4-15, 2018

"an unashamed rendering of big world provocations such as belonging, abandonment, journeying, and striving for truth. ”

- Big Kids Magazine

BUGS! a new immersive musical

July 2018

from ACA's resident artists, Gina Stewart and Brenda Gambill of Jonesalee

THIS GIRL LAUGHS, THIS GIRL CRIES, THIS GIRL DOES NOTHING

written by Finegan Kruckemeyer

April 2018

at Magnetic 375
375 Depot Street in the River Arts District

Public Performances ($12 (students) $23 (adults)):

April 6-8:  Fri at 7pm; Saturday at 1pm and 4pm; Sunday at 1pm and 4pm

April 11-15: Wed, Thurs and Fri at 7pm; Saturday at 1pm and 4pm; Sunday at 1pm

Camp and School Matinees ($5 student / 1 free chaperon per 10 students - includes pre-show study guide designed in accordance with common core and post-show discussion):

April 4, 5 and 6 (times vary)

April 10-13 at 10am and 1pm

Triplet sisters are left in the forest by their woodcutter father. From this fairytale beginning, three resolutions are made – one sister will walk one way, one the other, and the third will stay right where she is. Twenty years later, having circumnavigated the globe, and fought vikings, and crossed oceans, and tamed wilds, and achieved greatness, the three meet again, as women; using projections, found-object puppetry and live music, this is a whimsical story that shows young people their future is theirs for the making.

*meant to be enjoyed by everyone 7 and older

 

 

BUGS! An Immersive, Original Musical

by Gina Stewart and Brenda Lee Gambill of Jonesalee

 

at Magnetic 375
375 Depot Street in the River Arts District

July 2018

*meant to be enjoyed by everyone 5 and older

Comprised of a series of vignettes, this play with music observes and explores the tiny, teeming with life and “life lessons” of the insect world.  Rich with scientific fun facts, folklore and legend, the story of BUGS is told by musician/actors.

The cast of characters embody ancient wisdom in this imaginative romp through the science, socialization and the spiritual significance of insects. It explores the interconnectedness and interdependence of all life forms, cause and effects of actions, all the while shedding light on early socialization skills.

 

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For tickets to public performances click the button on the right, to reserve group tickets for school or camp matinees, email info@ashevillecreativearts.org or call 914/830-3000

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