Fall 2014 Theatre Productions
by Kate Kohler Amory with The Hero Project
The year is 2114. Only one source of fresh water remains on the planet after decades of human conflict. Governing corporation F&R owns the sole rights to this water source but rival ENCO owns the system used to control and access it. The endless warfare has left 99% of the population in the dry territory of Terra. They exist on strict rations of water and food provided by the 1%, the Edenites, who live in a first world controlled climate biosphere.
These two systems exist in a delicate balance until a mercenary army, The Resistance, is recruited by F&R to regain control of the water supply. Enter our hero, Jeanne, a young woman with special gifts who joins the resistance in their fight.
With F&R's support and fueled by the call of their Gaian religion, the Resistance believes they are working to free the world's water supply for access to all. Or are they?
November 20-22, 7:30 pm
November 23, 2 pm
December 4-6, 7:30 pm
December 7, 2 pm
Speech communication pre-show discussion:
What Makes a Hero?
Thursday, December 4, 6:30 pm
Important information about seating:
Traditional chair seating is $15 general/$10 students and seniors and may be purchased online, by phone or at the door. A portion of the audience has the option to sit on mats on the floor of the stage and be part of the show at various points during the evening. These tickets cost $5 and may only be purchased at the door.
Free with Salem State student ID (Salem State students may pick up tickets one hour prior to curtain)
By phone: 978.542.6365
Please note all performances for the 2014-15 season are in the Callan Studio Theatre located in the basement of the Sullivan Building which is located on the corner of Lafayette Street and Loring Ave.)