Run, Hide, Repeat- A Game of Cat & Mouse

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The Arcata Arts Institute (AAI), in collaboration with Dell’Arte International, brings you their first production of 2018. Students will be performing ‘Run, Hide, Repeat” on  January 18th and 19th at 7:00 pm, and January 20th at 2:00 pm. All performances will be in the Fine Arts Building at Arcata High School, 1720 M Street, Arcata. (Doors open 30 minutes prior to the start of each show.)

“Run, Hide, Repeat; A Game of Cat and Mouse.” This student written play tells one survivor’s story of the holocaust with the backdrop of today’s current events. Vladek, our modern day narrator, recounts his experience living in Poland at the onset of World War II to his son, Artie. This tale draws parallels to recent events and asks us all to consider, “Where do we go from here?”.  In an interdisciplinary collaboration, the entire AAI program has brought forth a complete student-created multimedia performance. This performance will combine live theatre, animations, shadow puppets, masks, and original music. The matinee performance on January 20th will also include a talkback with the cast and crew after the show.

“Run, Hide, Repeat” is funded by the California Arts Council Artists in School Engagement Grant, which brought over 10 local and professional artists into the AAI program to work with our students in developing this performance. “Run, Hide, Repeat,” is poignant, relevant, and not to be missed.

 

Ticket Prices:  $10 General Admission Ticket, $8 Senior Ticket, $5 Student Ticket.  

Purchase your tickets online at  https://tinyurl.com/RunHideRepeat

Tickets may also be purchased at the door.

 

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