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ARTFARM is a non-profit, professional theater organization, based in Middletown, CT, USA  


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Thanks to our Funders: 111 Sunnyside Charitable Trust; Middletown Commission on the Arts; Pratt & Whitney; Community Foundation of Middlesex County; US Department of State; Network of Ensemble Theaters/Andrew Mellon Foundation; Fidelity Trust; Connecticut Office of the Arts/REGI Grant; and many generous individual donors and volunteers!

ARTFARM is back in the research laboratory and studio development stage for our next generative work; UMBRA. 
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The Women's Movement
received rave reviews and performed to sold out audiences.
"This changed my life."
"I couldn't stop crying- except when I was laughing!" 
"I just can't can't believe it. You got it. You really got it."
"...and that woman! with all of the recycling in her clothing...she was stuffing it in and it was exploding out- all of it, this being a woman..."
part of the proceeds were donated to 
New Horizons Domestic Violence Services


Samantha Sutton, Marcella Trowbridge, Cecelia Mccarthy Reid, Malenky Welsh, 
Summer Northup and Joyce Dilauro in Terpsichore rehearsal



is available to tour!

Interested in bringing this show to your 
school, environmental festival, nature space, kids/family fest?
Contact us!

 Antigone, Directed by ARTFARM Artistic Director Marcella Trowbridge, received a beautiful response. 
Some unsolicited responses:
ANTIGONE is ExTrAOrdINarY. Beautifully directed!

Gripping, moving, perfectly analogous to us (We the People Ruled by Agent Orange), gorgeous minimal  and flexible stage set and 45-degree-angled-dynamic room, and beautifully acoustically balanced, subtle, minimal sound track, powerful acting, perfect pacing, choreography, and a strong strong sense of group dynamics. 

 a family of actors, auteurs, and Arcturians (who teach that the most important ingredient for thriving in the fifth dimension is: LOVE).

Antigone. She’s going places.  Such classic demeanor, countenance, and a stage presence so finely honed and projected... 
she leaves us breathless!

Antigone was an enormous gift. You are a masterful director. We  who have grown together for years, are now confronting national and global problems together. And I like to think that you, Marcella Trowbridge, in your directing of Sophocles' Antigone, were holding hands across the generations with him and with Brecht and Malina, carrying forward their intents as with a huge banner..

 Antigone is the perfect Greek play for these times. And you were the perfect director.

Thanks. We all resonated with the words...with the Chorus...with the powerful figures of Antigone, Kreon, Ismene and Tiresias. Because of your  careful, passionate directing, every line they delivered was strong, clear, evenly enunciated. The Directors Note in the program said it all: 
in directing Antigone, you used your Craft to speak to the world of Justice, Betrayal and Hope.

Antigone was incredible.  Your Kreon: nasty and hateful, Trump on steroids, convincing both in spoken expression and body language. 
The choreography of the chorus was so well done.                                       
The Elders' ensemble work, their pounding,  masks, and  coordinated movements made our hearts pound. Beautiful production!  

Bodies, Curiosity & Four Walls: 
A FREE Theater Workshop with Toto Kisaku

Saturday October 20, 2018
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Limited Enrollment. Registration Required. Contact info@art-farm.org

ARTFARM Artistic Director, Marcella Trowbridge, is collaborating with Oddfellows Playhouse on a production of ANTIGONE.

                                              Teen actors during the first rehearsal for Antigone


Artistic Director, Marcella Trowbridge, as Artist in Residence at Wesleyan University, 2018. 
Mixed in America; Race, Religion and Memoir.
photo (and article) by Olivia Drake 

Link to Radio Interview with The Rockfall Foundation on All Things Green: Marcella speaks about ARTFARM, Circus For a Fragile Planet and our Environmental Work


To see photos by Bill De Kine of ARTFARM's Hamlet productionlink to Shakespeare in the Grove 2017.

Thank you!

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Brand new 3 minute promo video for 
Thanks to Lloyd Langevin and Dan Nocera at MxCC for helping to make this happen!
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