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The Lost Frontier of America
Photo by Nitin Vadukul www.nitinvadukul.com

World Premiere!
THE LOST FRONTIER
OF AMERICA


a new theater piece written and devised by David Anderson
with Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan,
with text from Ralph Waldo Emerson and others

Directed by Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan

With Brigitte Choura
and David Anderson

View The Lost Frontier of America Photo Gallery - Photos by Daniel Region - RegionsPhotos.com

David Anderson

Set by Wendy Frost
Lighting by Deena Pewtherer

October 27-November 5, 2011 at SPACE 360
360 Warren Street, Hudson, NY

Walking the dog Theater opens the third professional production of its 2011 Season with THE LOST FRONTIER OF AMERICA at Space 360, 360 Warren Street in Hudson, October 27-November 5, 2011.

Directed by Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan of The Actors' Ensemble, and performed by David Anderson and Brigitte Choura in an original, devised theater piece, with text from Ralph Waldo Emerson and others, THE LOST FRONTIER OF AMERICA is one character's reckoning with the haunting power and unfulfilled ghost of Emerson's quintessentially American essay: "Self-Reliance."

Set in the context of a 21st century diner, the character encounters the limitations of his current life and situation and uncovers the possibilities and the unclaimed legacy of Emerson's visionary essay. A journey of discovery that dramatically and humorously comes to terms with what it might mean to be fully human and fully American.

Performed at Space 360, 360 Warren Street, Hudson, NY

 
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