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All Together Now
June 1, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm$15
All Together Now | June 1st, 2nd, and 3rd!
Carroll College, in Helena Montana, will open their new FLEX theater for three nights in early June for choreographer and director Krista Leigh Pasini to share with the community of Helena an original performance of her latest work, All Together Now. Drawing from the artistry of a professional caliber cast, All Together Now is a performance experience that bends the rules of traditional theatre to share a poignant and powerful story.
Where’s the show? Carroll College FLEX Theatre
1601 N Benton Ave, Helena, Montana 59601
When can I see it? Thursday – Saturday June 1st, 2nd, 3rd
What time should I get there? The ‘house’ opens at 7:00pm and the story begins at 7:30pm without a curtain call or intermission.
How much are tickets? $15 with a portion of the proceeds donated to an arts organization, more info to be announced.
Where do I get tickets? Tickets are now sale!
Follow the link to reserve a place for one of three shows: Thursday June 1st, Friday June 2nd, or Saturday June 3rd. Tickets available via will call, mobile ticketing, or shipped within 24 hrs, tickets will also be available at the door, but seating is limited.
About the Show
All Together Now first premiered as a one act submission for Sacrifice Cliff Theatre’s New Works Festival in 2015. Pasini collaborated with sound artist Matt Taggart on the drifting gaps in Montana families as sons and daughters pick up new occupations and leave the farms, ranches, and towns they were raised in. Without dialog, the piece depicts a family at dinner communicating through action and gesture. As the project evolved into an evening length work, a secondary narrative emerged: how a family copes and fractures amid tragedy. The 90 minute performance can’t be considered a play or a dance, rather it’s a nonlinear piece of multidisciplinary theater and relies heavily on a unique sound score to drive narratives delivered through movement and gesture. The movement and story is anchored by a dining table; the only place the family is together in both bright and dark times.