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Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England
- by Madeleine George
- directed by April Cleveland
Set in a typical college town, Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England follows the narrative of the Dean, her young girlfriend, and her ex, who all share anything but a “typical” relationship. When the Dean motions to shut down the town’s rarely frequented but beloved museum, conflict arises and forces the women to work through their differing ideas about academia, life, and love. Note: Intended for mature audiences. This production contains depictions of sexual content.
- Themes: How can relationships and our ideas about them evolve over time?
The cast features
Matthew Elam (The Caretaker), Isabelle Jennings (Andromeda), Mira Jugade (Dean Wreen), Sola Thompson (Greer), Nick Trengrove (Early Man 1), Garrett Young (Early Man 2).
The production team includes scenic design by Torrey Meyer, costume design by Olivia Preye Engobor, lighting design by Andrei Borges, sound design by Madeline Doyle, dramaturgy by Rachel Perzynski, stage management by Nick Nyquist.
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