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Salt Lake Masonic Temple
Salt Lake City, UT
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What do you do when two roads diverge in a yellow wood, and you may or may not have taken a wrong turn on the yellow brick road?

This September, get LOST IN THE WOODS with the Salt Lake Men's Choir and Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory under the starry dome of the Salt Lake Masonic Temple.

In LOST IN THE WOODS, we find ourselves in the company of a young writer who is in the Tragic and whimsicalthroes of writer's block. Using all his forces to summon some creative jolt, he finds his new muses in the 56 members of a men's choir.  Acting as a 'Greek Chorus', the Choir takes the young writer on an unexpected odyssey as he explores his own adventure tales of getting lost in the woods. Armed with a choir and a rather whimsical Field Guide, the writer and the audience will find their way through with song and storytelling.

LOST IN THE WOODS features: "Lost", a new composition by Jared Oaks, commissioned for this show and inspired by the American poet David Wagoner's poem; "That Wonderful Mother of Mine"; "The Road Not Taken," Robert Frost's poem set to music composed and arranged by Randall Thompson; "The Mountains" by Merrill Bradshaw; "Not While I'm Around" by Stephen Sondheim, and several other pieces that inspire this young writer to get LOST IN THE WOODS.

When Artistic Director, Dennis McCracken approached Flying Bobcat to join forces with the Salt Lake Men's Choir, Co-Founder Robert Scott Smith said, 'we jumped at the opportunity to create a new theatrical concert. Our mission as a company is to create new devised collaborative work that focuses on story and the merging of different artistic disciplines. We just finished a collaboration with NOW-ID, a new interdisciplinary dance and arts company to create a site-specific work FEAST at the Great Saltair this past May, which involved the merging of dance, theatre, and live music. After the success of that project we were ready for a new challenge and we couldn't have asked for a more unique collaboration." Flying Bobcat was also the creative mind behind the popular POPUP performances at The Leonardo, which combined text, video, movement, and music to create wildly imaginative storytelling.

September 26th and 27th
7:30 pm at The Masonic Temple.
Tickets $15 and available from any choir member, at brownpapertickets.com  or at the door each Night.

Devised/Co-created by Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory & Dennis McCracken
Featuring Robert Scott Smith and the Salt Lake Men's Choir
Artistic Director/Conductor Dennis McCracken
Director Alexandra Harbold
Sound Design Adam Day
Lighting Design Josh Martin


Salt Lake Masonic Temple (View)
650 E. South Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
United States


Arts > Performance

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: Salt Lake Men's Choir
On BPT Since: Oct 15, 2008
Salt Lake Men's Choir

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