THE BASICS ON BLIND FROM HERE~
Blind From Here
By Single Carrot Theatre Ensemble Member Alix Fenhagen
Directed by Stephen Nunns
Featuring Ensemble Members Paul Diem and Britt Olsen-Ecker
A small-town band sets off across the country for the gig of a lifetime. This early 90s indie-rock odyssey comes to a crashing halt, bringing their lead singer face to face with her lack of control and robbing her of her vision. Live music, sibling rivalry, young love, and the open road set the scene for this existential exploration of coming of age in broken vans and cheap motels. WORLD PREMIERE.
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Preview Performances Wednesday June 3rd and Thursday June 4th – PAY WHAT YOU CAN
*Tickets for PREVIEW PERFORMANCES are available beginning at 7PM at the door only. Ticket price will be determined by you! Cash and credit card will be accepted.*
Running June 5th – 28th, 2015
Performance times are Thursday- Saturday at 8PM— NEW TIME
Sundays June 14th, 21st, and 28th at 2:30PM
Single Carrot Theatre
2600 N. Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Entrance on 26th Street.
Free parking available in adjacent lot and on 26th street.
TICKETS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Craving more? Here’s a sneak peek at the band in Blind From Here!
And of course we’ve got lots of post show events lined up!
All dates subject to change.
|Mama Cass||Holly Gibbs|
|Stage Manager||Miriam Cummons|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Debra Lenik|
|Set Designer||Nathan Fulton|
|Costume Designer||Leslie Yarmo|
|Lighting Designer||Adam Mendelson|
|Prop Designer||Sam Kuczynski|
|Sound Designer||Michael Kerr|
|Musical Director||Jack Sossman|
About the Playwright: Alix Fenhagen
Alix is an Ensemble Member of Single Carrot Theatre, where she has acted in Hotel Cassiopeia, Foot of Water and A Sorcerer’s Journey, which she also wrote. Before moving to Baltimore, she spent three years collaboratively writing and performing three original plays with New York’s Subjective Theatre Company CoLab. Alix has performed in a variety of off-off Broadway productions and has a passion for developing new work. She trained at École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris, is a graduate of Northwestern University and has a Masters Degree in Arts Administration from Goucher College.
About the Director: Stephen Nunns
Stephen Nunns is an associate professor at Towson University. He is a cofounder of the Acme Corporation and co-directed the company’s 24-hour production of Samuel Beckett’s Play, which won Best Production in the City Paper’s Best of Baltimore for 2013. He also directed Single Carrot Theatre’s production of Václav Havel’s The Memo, which won Best Revival in the paper’s Best of Baltimore list in 2014. Before coming to Baltimore, Stephen lived in New York City for fifteen years, directing, writing, and composing music for theatre pieces at a variety of off-off Broadway venues. He was an associate artist at the seminal avant-garde theatre company Mabou Mines, where he created three theatre pieces, including the Obie Award-winning The Boys in the Basement.