ARTFARM is a non-profit, professional theater organization, based in Middletown, CT. It was created and is being led by long-time local artistic leaders Dic Wheeler and Marcella Trowbridge.
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About 150 people joined us on November 7 for a "Symposium on the Arts and Aging" at Middlesex Community College. Dr. Bernie Siegel was the keynote speaker, kicking off the event with an inspiring hour-long talk entitled "Grow Young Along with Me". Workshops followed by John Basinger, Sari Rosenblatt and Carolyn Kirsch. The Symposium, which was co-sponsored by ARTFARM and MxCC, culminated in a panel discussion moderated by MxCC Professor Judith Felton. Panelists included Wendy Black-Nasta, Neely Bruce, Donna Fedus, Carlos Hernandez-Chavez and Carolyn Kirsch. Thank you to all the presenters and panelists, thanks Bernie, thanks to Judith Felton, Rebecca Loew and President Anna Wasescha at Mxcc, and a big thanks to all of you who attended the event.
See you at the next one. See photo highlights of the Symposium below, as well as a document from John Basinger's workshop entitled "Sharpening the Aging Brain":
The thirteen young performers in Circophony Youth Circus are hard at work preparing for the opening of their new show, Circus on the High Seas, December 19 & 20 at Oddfellows Playhouse.
Circophony, directed by Dic Wheeler and ARTFARM teaching artist and performer Allison McDermott, is a collaboration between ARTFARM and Oddfellows. The new show features pirates on stilts, clown sailors, a juggling octopus, mermaid contortionists and a bunch of other sea creatures and aquatic circus performers. This show will be great for all ages! See it at Oddfellows, see it at First Night Hartford, or bring the show to your school, club or special event!
Friday, December 19 at 7 pm
Saturday, December 20 at noon and 4 pm
at Oddfellows Playhouse, 128 Washington St., Middletown
First Night Hartford: 7:45 pm on December 31 at State House Square
Available to tour through June, 2015
Some rehearsal photos below. Costume photos coming soon!
ARTFARM's production of King Lear brought record crowds to the Grove and received glowing reviews from audience members, many of whom returned more than once to see the epic. Here are a few photos by Bill DeKine of the two week run of King Lear in the Grove on the campus of Middlesex Community College. More extensive photo gallery coming soon!
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