The Fire This Time Festival & Frigid NYC present a play by Kelley Nicole Girod directed by Andrew Block
In this South Louisiana neighborhood, just past the intersection where Ghosts from the Past cross Hopes for the Future, lies …
THIS STRETCH OF MONTPELIER
Part of the 10th anniversary season of Planet Connections Theatre Festivity at the Theaters at the Clemente
107 Suffolk Street, New York City
(btw Rivington & Delancey)
Thursday 7/19 @5:45pm-7:15pm
Saturday 7/21 @8:30pm-10pm
Wednesday 7/25 @7:15pm-8:45pm
Sunday 7/29 @ 7pm-8:30pm
Saturday 8/4 @9:30pm-11pm
Sunday 8/5 @2pm-3:30pm
Evolution doesn’t have to take millions of years. It can happen right in front of our eyes. Spend a hot summer day along a stretch of Southeastern Louisiana road, where tradition now clashes with change. Old neighbors intertwine with those newcomers, bringing about gentrification… and integration. Before the new world can breathe on its own, racism, homophobia, and colliding generations must fight for survival. Ghosts from the past dance with the uncertain music of the future creating an imperfect but vibrant culture seeking to understand how to live together in a changing society. This is what happens when yesterday meets tomorrow.
Obie winner, Kelley Nicole Girod and Ovation winner, Andrew Block forge a play about a place out of time.