Story Choreography Project’s performance of LOST & FOUND

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/19/2019
4:00 pm

Location
Jubilee


Come witness the interweaving of stories, movement and multimedia about the dynamic, curious, confusing and inspiring subject of Lost and Found.

In our lives, we lose our way or something falls apart leaving us empty. AND…we all walk our way out and rebuild our lives with new meaning.

It’s these stories that come to life in Story Choreography Project’s performance of LOST & FOUND – on Sunday, May 19th. at Jubilee! Described as “authentic theater,” the performance interweaves 13 cast member’s personal stories, movements, poetry and multimedia, creating a montage of human experiences that are both personal and universal.

“At inopportune times in life, we come to dead ends or the map is wrong and we are lost. The journey of finding our way leaves us wiser and with greater capacities to understand the human condition,” says SCP Artistic Director Barrie Barton. “These ‘journeys” create our personal life map that charts where we came from and where we are going.”

The performance opens on Sunday, May 19th at Jubilee! Performance times are: 4:00 pm. & 6:00 pm.

Tickets are available through Eventbrite or at the door for $15.

Story Choreography Project has been producing authentic theater experiences in Asheville since 2006. Artistic Director, Barrie Barton leads participants – men and women, ages 25-70 into the dynamic and multi-layered world of personal stories. The group co-creates these stories in a performance art which has delighted, moved and entertained over a 2,000 audience members.

Join our community event and be prepared to be entertained, enriched and reminded of your journeys of Lost and Found.

AUDIENCE ACCOLADES!

Just watching them perform I was drawn in, felt like I was a part of their experiences, to the point of bringing tears to my eyes as I heard their stories being acted out. Sarah C.

You are able to open up people to parts of themselves they didn’t know existed (or were fighting to keep hidden). I thank you for that. Ron Katz