We're in search of a few creative ideas about a few creative works,
particularly short (one act) plays about rural (or urban) agricultural
communities and the people who live in them.
Our friendly, neighborhood Land Grant University will hold its annual
Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) week in March 1998. Two years ago
the University, Extension, and a number of non-profit sustainable ag,
organic, and environmental groups collaborated to import a very moving
production of a one-woman play about Rachel Carson. This arts event added
a marvellous new texture to our ANR week, and we'd like to offer another
drama event in '98. We realize that a full blown stage production is
likely out of the question ($!), but are intrigued by the thought of
staging a *reading* of a play. We have lots of great locally grown
theater talent on which to draw.
We'd greatly value your ideas, suggestions, thoughts and recommendations.
Our parameters are: short, ag/natural resources/human-related, not too
expensive royalty-wise, and appealing to a broad cross section of people.
If nothing dramatic springs to mind, what about a literary reading? What
would YOU like to hear, and whom would you like to hear read it?
Thanks in advance for sharing your ideas. Once we put this together,
you'll all be invited.
(I'm the Agronomist)
(p.s. I APOLOGIZE APOLOGIZE APOLOGIZE for cross postings. I KNOW how
annoying they are.)
J.M. (Meg) Moynihan
P.O. Box 4903 East Lansing MI 48826
Ph: 517.353.3209 Fax: 517.353.7186
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