Local Loraxes

By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  July 16, 2008

In the Zero Station performances, audiences will miss out on the forest setting, but will gain in the audio-visual context of Choirspeak’s subjects: Still portraits of interviewees and video footage of their landscapes will be projected between movements. For the Baxter Woods performance, theatergoers should bring a blanket (and perhaps bug spray), and meet at 2 pm at the Forest Avenue entrance, prepared for a brief walk through the woods.

Megan Grumbling can be reached atmgrumbling@hotmail.com.

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