Saturday, January 22, 2011

Perform @ SECCA event

Production still from The Key Said Run and The Door Said Fly
Image courtesy Sacred Heart Archive©

Saturday, Jan. 22, 7 pm
$12/adult non-members, $8/members & students.
WFU students and faculty are admitted free of charge.

Tickets can be purchased by calling Kristin Ashley at 336.725.1904.
All seating is general admission and is provided on a first-come first-seated basis on the day of the performance. Doors open at 6 p.m.

"Lady Mary was young, and Lady Mary was fair, and she had more lovers than she could count on the fingers of both hands..."

SECCA and the Wake Forest University Department of Theatre and Dance, along with Wake Forest University Theatre, are pleased to present this innovative performance piece. Devised by The Sacred Heart Archive, a multi-disciplinary arts project, The Key Said Run and the Door Said Fly reinvents the folk tale of Mr. Fox - the perpetual bridegroom and both figurative and literal lady-killer-using physical performance, traditional songs, and found objects. Incorporating a daring use of autobiography, this performance blurs the line between myth and personal experience.

The Key Said Run and the Door Said Fly is supported by the Wake Forest University's Provost Office.

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