The Language Archive
June 3 - 20
Thurs (6/10 only) @ 6pm
Fri (6/4, 6/11/ 6/18 only) @ 6pm
Sun (6/6, 6/20 only) @ 6pm
“When we say a language dies, we are talking about a whole world, a whole way of life.”
~George, The Language Archive
Julia Cho’s modern fable is a meditation on communication, love, loss and food.
Will a man who speaks nine languages ever learn to communicate with his wife? Will the last two speakers of a soon-to-be dead language break their vow of silence? In The Language Archive, the lives of five people are imaginatively woven together as they discover that no matter how many words they can speak, it’s the heart’s language that matters most.
Featuring Ann Citron, Kit Colbourn, Rick Meyer, Molly P. Myers, Janet E. Nurre, Bruce Pileggi and Douglas Woolley.
Directed by Christine Crawfis.
INFORMATION ABOUT OUTDOOR SEATING BELOW:
This show will be presented on our outdoor stage, generously supported by Stewart's Shops / Dake Family.
Please have your ticketing information at the parking lot entrance at the rear of our building. All pre-sold through our online vendor. No cash sales.
Seating is general admission, with each party able to select their area on a first come, first choose basis on our grand lawn, which has been treated for ticks and other pests. We ask you to please follow social distance guidelines and seat yourself responsibly.
WHAT TO BRING:
Picnic attire. Bring your own blankets or folding chairs - please be respectful of all patrons with height of your chair. No canopies or umbrellas are allowed.
Masks are not required as you watch the performance, but are required to enter the building for the restroom or any reason.
There will no concessions, but you may bring a picnic basket with your own food and beverages. Please help us keep the lawn clean by removing your garbage as you leave.
Bathrooms inside our facility will be available, but please follow marked guides in the waiting line as you wait.
In the event of rain - either prior to the performance or during the production, your ticket may be used for another performance, but ONLY IN THE EVENT OF RAIN.
No pets (except for service animals) are allowed at The CENTER.
In consideration of all patrons and staff, The CENTER restricts smoking to designated areas only.