Spoon River, an original adaptation of Edgar Lee Masters’ “Spoon River Anthology,” directed by Jonathan Westerberg, is a haunting, post-mortem reflection on life, love, and death—all spoken from deceased townspeople of the fictional, 19th century hamlet of Spoon River, Illinois. A combination of live and filmed storytelling, student vocal and musical production, and original choreography, Spoon River imagines what the dead might say if they had nothing left to lose.
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The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon by Don Zolidis, directed by Maddie Hutchinson, is a hilarious merging of dozens of different Brothers Grimm fairy tales that revisits and revises some of the most memorable moments of our favorite childhood stories. Zolidis adapted his original script for a virtual format so that the slap-stick hijinks, the high-octane pace, and the fairy-tale magic feel right at home on screen. Watch as characters struggle to overcome technology that goes awry and plot lines that are altered right before their eyes.