Muses III: Memories of a House
Title: Muses III: Memories of a House
Location: Austin, TX
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Description: The Muses III: Memories of a House is a collaborative piece that centers around a home and the different people who have lived their lives inside it.
Start Date: 2009-08-20
Start Time: 7:30 pm
End Date: 2009-08-22
Description by Susie Gidseg:
After a successful run of the original Muses: Memories of a House in 2007, called “theatrical magic” by the Austin Chronicle, and an exciting performance of Muses II last summer,called a “traveling feast,” vestige is excited to produce their third installment. This years Muses will take place at the home of Pam and Phil Friday. The home is located in Westlake off of Mopac and 2244, the address will be given after reservations have been made.
The Muses III: Memories of a House is a collaborative piece that centers around a home and the different people who have lived their lives inside it. While traveling around this beautiful house, audience members will happen upon moments in many individuals lives, blurring the line between real life and the theatre. From photographs taken of the house, Austin playwrights bring each room within the house to life in a different way drawing inspiration from the Eugene Ionesco quote “Only the ephemeral is of lasting value.”
Directed by Susie Gidseg, Jen Brown, Aaron Black & Will Hollis Snider
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Full Run Dates
Thursday, Friday and Saturday: August 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 at 7:30
Sundays: August 23rd and 30th at 5:30
Performances are $15-25 dollars. Thursday night performances are pay as you wish.
Flat shoes are encouraged. Stairs are involved in this production.
Reservations required. Production located at a private residence. All tickets must be purchased in advance.
The Vestige Group is a sponsored project of Austin Circle of Theaters. This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.