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Monday, April 12, 2010
opening next week on the KTC Main Stage:
IN THIS PLACE...
written and directed by Obie Award Winner Ain Gordon performed by Michelle Hurst*Member, Actors' Equity Assoc.
1830: Samuel and Daphney Oldham are the first free African-Americans to build their own home in Lexington, KY. Five years later, they disappear. Obie Award-winning writer/director Ain Gordon imagines the full story behind these bare facts in this one-woman tour-de-force, featuring New York City-based actress Michelle Hurst, with original video by filmmaker Joan Brannon. For ages 16 & up. Regional Premiere!
playing April 14 - May 2, 2010
THIS WEEK: The History Center to host April History Café at the Kitchen!
Thursday, April 8 at 5:30 pm
Join playwright Ain Gordon, actress Michelle Hurst and panelists Carol Kammen and Sean Eversley Bradwell as they tackle the topic of who owns/determines/makes history in this exciting History Café.
This FREE event will be taking place that the Kitchen Theatre
-The Historic Clinton House, 116 N. Cayuga St., Ithaca, NY-
Participants will receive a coupon for a discounted ticket for a performance of IN THIS PLACE... The KTC Box Office will be open during the event.
For more information about this special event contact:
The History Center 401 East State Street, Suite 100 Ithaca, New York 14850 Phone: 607.273.8284 ext. 6, Fax: (607) 273-6107 community@TheHistoryCenter.net
Michelle Hurst *Member, Actors' Equity Assoc.
History Café Panel Participants: Ain Gordon is a three-time Obie Award winning writer/director/actor, a two time NYFA fellow and the recipient of a Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in playwriting.
Michelle Hurst is a NYC based actress. Michelle originated the role of Daphney Oldham. She has numerous stage and television credits.
Sean Eversley Bradwell, PhD is an assistant professor in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity at Ithaca College. He serves as the coordinator for the African Diaspora Studies minor.
Carol Kammen is a historian and senior lecturer in History at Cornell University, and the author of several books. She is the editor of The Pursuit of Local History and co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Local History.
$11 Student Rush Ticket
Come to the Kitchen Theatre box office at 116 North Cayuga St. at least 20 minutes prior to show and check in with house management. Subject to ticket availability.
in the Historic Clinton House Ithaca, New York 14850 607- 273-4497