Keep Off the Grass: A Guide to [Something]
September 24- October 18, 2020
Devised by the Single Carrot Ensemble, Collaborating Artists, and the Community of Baltimore City. Co-directed by Alix Fenhagen and B Kleymeyer
Living in the world today is complicated. Who can we believe? Can’t someone, somewhere just give us a guidebook or something that tells us how to be? This outdoor, walking, audio play weaves original folktales with visual performances (at a distance) to delve into the ethical questions that we grapple with.
This contact-free theatrical experience is outdoors and comprised of socially distanced performance installations.
You will use your own phone and headphones to experience this show.
More details on safety, accessibility and weather below.
Show is located at St. John’s Church at 3001 Old York Rd.
15% of ALL ticket sales will go to Baltimore Votes, an organization that “works toward a future for our city where every person, in every precinct, votes in every election.” Single Carrot Theatre supports the Baltimore Votes’ mission and will be committing to voting advocacy through partnership, volunteering, and information sharing.
Learn more at www.baltimorevotes.org/
Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can-Afford
Single Carrot Theatre wants to share this performance with you! Tickets are priced in a way that values our artists but, we know times are tough and want to remove any barriers that could keep you from joining us. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if the available price points do not reflect what is possible. We welcome you and want you to be here no matter what you pay!