Each act of remembering changes the memory. This interactive exploration and solo show invites you to an effort of self-construction and archivism.
Not your own self, someone else’s. Diaries, photos, relics – surely, a decade’s worth of these is enough to nail down some kind of brilliant revelation. It’s got to be in here somewhere, right?
Friday, Sep 17, 2021 – 6:30 PM
Sunday, Sep 19, 2021 – 7:30 PM
Monday, Sep 20, 2021 – 6:30 PM
Tuesday, Sep 21, 2021 – 8:30 PM
Wednesday, Sep 22, 2021 – 6:30 PM
Health and Safety
Proof of vaccination is required to attend this and all Cannonball Festival events. For the safety of audiences, artists, staff, and our greater community, you must be fully vaccinated to attend this event. Fully vaccinated means two weeks after your second dose. You will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Accepted forms for proof of vaccination include: a physical vaccine card with your name on it or a digital photo of your vaccine card on a cell phone. Please plan accordingly.
Masks must also be worn for the duration of the performance.
This show is presented as part of Cannonball Festival, an independent satellite festival produced by Almanac Dance Circus Theatre and the Maas Building featuring over 150 events including performances of 27 original shows, nightly cabarets, and more. Learn more at cannonballfestival.org.
The artifacts involved span from roughly 1997-2011. In this exploration, you may encounter content that concerns adolescence, religion, misogyny, racism, assault, anxiety, depression, infidelity, the end of friendships, the loss of a child. Interaction with artifacts and journals is always optional.
Appropriate for Ages 18+
Ticket buyers will be asked to wait for the show in the garden of the Maas building. When the show begins, they’ll be guided by front-of-house staff through the kitchen, into the Cottage.
About the Artists
Jeff Evans is a theatre deviser and performer. Too often led by his own emotions, and too ready to share them, he aims to create community through art. Previous work: White Guy on the Bus (2020), Churn (2019), It Might Be About Babies (2018), Skills & Scars (2018). He has also presented interactive experiences through the Franklin Institute’s Science After Hours programming.