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Edwards theatre event explores technology, memory, with banjo!

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"Now at the Uncertain Hour" is an intriguing new theatrical event for live performance, online streaming, and radio. The show takes the audience on a journey through the landscape of a soldier's memory as a collector attempts to make sense of what will be left behind.

In the midst of the relentless currents of time, the play asks what we can take hold of that will go on, that will not be lost. The collector combs through the soldier's memories as captured on an old reel-to-reel tape as they blend with the sounds of old time banjo and modular synthesizer to create a unique listening experience.
Todd Moe stopped by a rehearsal last week at St. Lawrence University to talk with cast members Megan MacDonald, Wes Kline, Camilla Ammirati and director Charlie Pepiton.

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Todd Moe
Morning Host and Producer

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You can see "Now at the Uncertain Hour" live on stage at Edwards Opera House, listen to the live broadcast on NCPR throughout the North Country, or listen online at NCPR.org no matter where you are.

Show time is Friday, May 9 at 7 pm. Tickets are available at the door on the day of the show. $10 Adults. $8 Students.

Watch this promo for more about the production:

Now At The Uncertain Hour from Wes Kline on Vimeo.

"Now at the Uncertain Hour" is a collaborative production of North Country Public Radio, Square Top Theatre, and St. Lawrence University with funds provided through New York Council for the Humanities.

Update: Listen to the complete performance recorded Friday, May 9 at the Edwards Opera House

Credits:

Written by Damon Falke
Directed by Charles M Pepiton
Banjo by Camilla Ammirati
Modular Synthesizer by Wes Kline
The Collector: Megan MacDonald
The Soldier: Sean T. O’Brien

"Now at the Uncertain Hour" was presented with funds provided through New York Council for the Humanities.

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