Program for Sunday, March 20, 2022
Myth meets science as angry gods confront humans for their misdeeds to the waters of earth in “Water Spirits Colloquy,” the first of Lee Roscoe’s Four Plays for a Planet in Peril to become available for public viewing. As filmed by collaborator Janet Murphy Robertson during the COVID-19, this production uses a combination of green screen and outdoor/on-location filming sessions with the actors, self-filming and/or audio recording by the actors themselves, photography and video by our producer or licensed from others, and licensed music and sound effects. This sneak preview features performances by Tom Wolfson, Judith Partelow and Rod Owens.
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All are welcome. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Meeting platform will open at 9:30 for informal socializing. Program will begin promptly at 10:00.
A former Equity actor, New Yorker, and Yale Drama Series Finalist, Lee Roscoe now lives in Brewster. Her award-winning plays have been seen at the Living Theatre, NYC, Boston Playwrights Theater, Provincetown Theater, and heard on public radio stations in Boston, San Francisco and WOMR FM, which premiered “The Mooncusser’s Tale.” Roscoe is also a journalist and author whose newest book Wampanoag Art for the Ages, Traditional and Transitional will be released in spring summer of 2022.
Janet Murphy Robertson is the Executive Director and Founder of ArtistsAndMusicians.org, the producer of Shoestring Virtual Theater, as well as documentaries, stage plays, concerts, and other cultural events. Since landing on the Cape a decade ago, she has filmed and produced the documentary Icons of the Civil Rights Movement, spotlighting Pamela Chatterton-Purdy’s magnificent art exhibition of the same name. She is the documentarian for Zion Union Heritage Museum in Hyannis, MA.