The Moons of Jupiter by Jessica Litwak
WHERE THE POST-MODERN CONSERVATORY MEETS THE CONTEMPLATIVE TRADITION
NAROPA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
MFA THEATER; CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE PROGRAM
THE MOONS OF JUPITER
by Jessica Litwak
A play about Greek Mythology, the global water shortage, planetary travel, science, family
(like all good plays)
Jessica Litwak and Wendell Beavers
Created in collaboration with the MFA second Year Ensemble:
Ana Cantoran Viramontes Victoria Curtis Kebrina DeJesus Andrea Dudziak Molly Kampf
Hrefna Larusdottir Jamie McKittrick Jennifer Messner Nate Speare Ye Taik Jacque Daniel Morrow.
"A futuristic drama depicting a world without water, a predicted future which has finally come, setting in motion furious problem solving debates, diatribes and thoughtful discussion among the Greek Gods, forever observing and meddling from above; gifted and terrified earthbound mortals who might have the answerbut lack confidence; and a chorus of dead but deeply concerned commentators from the pantheon of western science. All convene, to find a solution."
About the Playwright Jessica Litwak, MFA Guest Artist and Visiting Faculty:
"Litwak is a radiant, born storyteller who knows how to walk the walk and dance the dance. A modern day shaman, she spins a healing tale of the power and potency of womanhood." The Los Angeles Times
October 18, 7:30 P.M.
October 19, 2:00 P.M. and 7:30 P.M.
October 25, 7:30 P.M.
October 26, 2:00 P.M. and 7:30 P.M.
Performing Arts Center
2130 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder CO 80302
Naropa Faculty, Staff, & Students $7
Non-Naropa Students (with ID) $10
General Public $15
Box Office Information Line: (303) 245-4798
Naropa University's Performing Arts Center (View)
2130 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80305