Wizards and Trolls and Dragons, Oh My! ASU Performing Arts Series Presents ‘Dragons in the Mountains’

Published Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 1:26 pm

Oct. 3, 2012. Appalachian State University’s Performing Arts Series presents the Star of the Sea Studio production of Dragons in the Mountain on Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. at the Broyhill Events Center on the campus of Appalachian State University.

This performance is presented in collaboration with Appalachian’s Sustainability Council, Hayes School of Music and Department of Theatre and Dance. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students.

For more information and to purchase your tickets, call 1-800-841-ARTS or 828-262-4046 or visit www.pas.appstate.edu. Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Performing Arts Series box office which has temporarily moved to the Valborg Theatre during the Farthing Auditorium renovation project.

About the Performance

Dragons in the Mountain is an original theatre work weaving together puppetry and masks, poetry and song, video, photography and live music to create a mythical Appalachian landscape. The story follows an environmental activist as he starts off on a journey to rejuvenate his soul and remind himself of the importance of a healthy, sustainable environment. On his journey, he encounters ancestral spirits, wild beasts, celestial companions, wizards, trolls, gnarly crones, elemental forces and, of course, dragons.

About Star of the Sea Studio

Star of the Sea Studios is a theatrical production company based in the foothills of South Eastern Appalachia. They produce theatre works using puppets, masks, costumes, projected imagery and music using both professional and community performers. The creative team behind Star of the Sea Studios include master puppeteer Kathy Ford, photographer and digital artist Alistair Burke and musician and Hayes School of Music professor Liz Rose.

 

Upcoming Performing Arts Series Events:

Connecting Crossroads in North Carolina with Daniel Bernard Roumain and Laurelyn Dossett

Thursday, Nov. 1

 

Appalachian’s Office of Multicultural Student Development presents An Evening with Maya Angelou

The 29th MLK Commemoration

Tuesday, Jan. 22

 

New York Polyphony

Friday, Feb. 8

 

Walnut Street Theatre presents Around the World in 80 Days

by Mark Brown/Adapted from the novel by Jules Verne

Wednesday, Feb. 20

 

Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell and Bastien und Bastienne by W.A. Mozart

Appalachian’s Hayes School of Music Opera Program

Thursday, April 4- Saturday, April 6

 

An Evening with Garrison Keillor and Musical Guests

Tuesday, April 16

 

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