Molded by the Flow is a collaboration between the Department of Art, School of Music, and Department of Theatre.
A Performance Event - PHOTO ARCHIVE
April 14 - 15, Lewiston
April 21, 29, 2017, Gorham
A poetic, visual and musical narrative inspired by Southern Maine’s rich natural and human history. Molded by the Flow explores how the state’s rivers, ocean, weather, plants and animals have inspired diverse groups of people to inhabit the area, and thereby shape the landscape and the history of Maine.
Under the guidance of visiting professor Paul Dresher and performance artist Rinde Eckert, students have registered for classes in music, theatre and art which are dedicated to the creation of this work.
View this video to learn more:
Molded by the Flow will be premiered from April 14 to 29, 2017, first at the Gendron Franco Center for Heritage and the Performing Arts in Lewiston, and then on the Main Stage at Russell Hall, USM Gorham campus.
Tickets are, $15 adults, $11 seniors, USM employees and alumni, $8 students, and can be purchased online at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=69626, in person or by phone at 207-780-5151.
Gendron Franco Center, Lewiston
Friday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m. Lewiston (opening night)
Saturday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. Lewiston
Russell Hall, USM Gorham campus
Friday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. Gorham (Gorham opening night)
Saturday, April 22 at 2:00 p.m. Gorham
Sunday, April 23 at 2:00 p.m. Gorham
Wednesday, April 26 at 5:00 p.m. Gorham (all tickets $5)
Friday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. Gorham
Saturday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m. Gorham
Teachers and Schools, please inquire about our special school performances:
Thursday, April 13 10 a.m. - Lewiston
Friday, April 21 10 a.m. - Gorham
Molded by the Flow is made possible by the Libra Professorship at USM, with additional support of the USM Gorham Cultural Affairs Committee.
Poster Photo Credits:
The photo of the steamer is the Islander backing away from the Squirrel Island wharf, off Boothbay Harbor in 1901, provided from the collection of the Maine Maritime Museum, www.mainemaritimemuseum.org.
The loggers image is from the Collections of the Patten Lumbermen's Museum, www.lumbermensmuseum.org, courtesy of www.MaineMemory.net, item #8527, and obtained with the assistance of the Maine Historical Society, www.mainehistory.org.