Ziggurat haunts the woods

By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  October 24, 2012

Should you venture into the realm he heralds, heeding a few mundane suggestions will help ensure your bodily comfort: Dress for the cold, bring a blanket or cushion for the folding chairs, wear your Wellies (mud was common on the path in on the night I attended), and carry a flashlight. Once you're there, open to the wind in the trees, the nearness of the cold ground, and the pleasures of storytelling at its most ancient.

THE MEDICINE SHOW | conceived and written by Stephen Legawiec | Directed by Dana Wieluns Legawiec and Stephen Legawiec | Produced by the Ziggurat Theatre Ensemble | through Oct 28 | 207.319.7289

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