We Are Collective's "and the sequoia stood tall"
ABOUT THE SHOW
Doors open at 6:15pm with the show starting precisely at 7:00pm. Late seating is not permitted.
Please come by early and enjoy this season's Zine or bid on an "and the sequoia stood tall" shirt!
and the sequoia stood tall is approximately 60 minutes long consisting of 3 choreographed works & 1 improvisation based piece. We will take a 10 minute intermission after Act 1.
The choreographed works are as follows: Things Long Forgotten, CRUDE, & the debut of our NEW 20 minute work, and the sequoia stood tall.
An improvisation work, A Dreamer's Almanac, will also be performed as part of the evening.
Hamlin Park Theatre is not handicap accessible as there are two flights of stairs to get to the theatre. If you are not able to attend the show due to an accessibility issue, we are deeply sorry. Please reach out to email@example.com to talk about the filmed option.
There will be no refunds on tickets. If you are no longer able to come to the show, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to connect to someone in need of a ticket.
Nik LaMaack (they/he) - Organizer of We Are Collective & Member of the We Are Company
Reign Drop (they/them) - Organizer of We Are Collective & Member of the We Are Company
Audrey Hartnett (she/they) - Organizer of We Are Collective & Member of the We Are Company
Robyn Wilson (they/he) - Organizer of We Are Collective
Leana Welker (she/they) - Member of the We Are Company
Tristen Sanborn (he/him) - Member of the We Are Company
Alyssa Simpson (she/her) - Member of the We Are Company
Brady Neher (he/they) - Member of the We Are Company
In Show Poetry
Emma Parsons (she/her) - Poet
Nik LaMaack (they/he) - Poet
Phylinese Brooks (she/they) - Resident Photographer
As well as 6 additional Poets will be highlighted in our annual Zine!
(This will be sold for $5 at the door.)
This program is a part of The Chicago Moving Company Performance Project. The Chicago Moving Company is in residence at Hamlin Park through the Chicago Park District's Arts Partners in Residence Program, which unites artists and communities in Chicago's parks.