2020 SPECIAL EVENTS & FUNDRAISERS POSTPONED
Fri. July 24 FRED GARBO's INFLATABLE THEATER CO.
Fred Garbo's Inflatable Theater Co. is back at Deertrees Theatre in Harrison for summer 2020. "A wildly entertaining balleto-pneumatic show that melds art with aerodynamics and leaves the audience howling in its wake." The Royal Gazette, Bermuda.
It has been more than a decade since Fred Garbo's Inflatable Theater Co. has lit up the stage at Deertrees. They are colorful, entertaining, and highly imaginative - you will have way more fun at this special family event than you imagined!
Fast-paced, energetic, universally engaging and theatrically clever, Fred Garbo's Inflatable Theater Co. has won the praise and affection of audiences worldwide. Seen on the Late Show with David Letterman, at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., on Broadway at the New Victory Theater and on stage and television in Chile, Japan, Ireland and Brazil (just to mention a few).
Bursting with original, fantastic, pneumatic suits of all shapes and sizes, dexterous juggling, dance, hilarious visual comedy, mischief and even ART. Perfect for all ages from 5 to 95.
Sponsored by TBD
Tickets: $24 & $15 www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4478320
Fri. July 31 @ 7:30pm ANCESTRAL VOICES: A Family Story by A.R. Gurney
presented by Deertrees New Repertory Company
ONE NIGHT ONLY - A Deertrees Theatre Fundraiser
Set in Buffalo, New York in the 1940s, ANCESTRAL VOICES is a bittersweet story, perceived through the eyes of young Eddie, whose family is turned inside out when his grandmother unexpectedly divorces his grandfather in order to marry his grandfathers best friend. Simultaneously, the outside world is undergoing temporal changes, and we follow the family through the ensuing decades of war and social upheaval. Written to be performed informally with actors reading from scripts.
If the family is the key theme of American drama, A.R. Gurney's ANCESTRAL VOICES: A FAMILY STORY is a beautiful chamber work in that great tradition. The short play is staged as a concert work, with five performers sitting on chairs in front of music stands, where they've laid their scripts. The five are playing members grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, son of a rich WASP family in Buffalo NY between 1935 and 1942, with a brief coda from the 1960s. The son, Eddie, who goes from age eight to twelve, is our narrator, guide and point of view. This lovely play unites the microcosm of family to the macrocosm of America at war. On Eddie's first date he brings his girl a paper war-sage. It's also about something in between a city. It's an elegy for Buffalo,
a once-glorious place whose fortunes are declining. The texture
of life in Buffalo is heartbreakingly evoked in ways reminiscent of The Magnificent Ambersons This is a magical play, not a mere exercise in uncritical nostalgia, but a nuanced reminiscence full
of time and change and loss and suffering as well as joy. ~ New York Post
Sponsored by TBD
Tickets: $24 & $15 www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4479759
Fri. Aug. 7 LOBSTER ROLL FRIDAY Fundraiser.
Deertrees Theatre’s Annual Lobster Roll Sale. For just $15 donation you will enjoy a lobster roll, bag of chips, and a cookie. Proceeds to be used to support the theatre's music and theatrical performances. A delicious and fun way to support Deertrees!
Order by July 26th. To order call Barb at 207-583-4445.
2020 A DEERTREES CHRISTMAS
Sun. December 6
A Festive Family Celebration of Words & Music, presented by Deertrees Theatre and special guests. We hope you will join us for this festive afternoon at the United Parish Congregational :Church of Harrison & North Bridgton: live music, theatrical readings and holiday tales performed by the theatre's affiliated artists.