The Crane Theater
2303 Kennedy St NE Minneapolis, MN 55413
$12 - $15
|Saturday, November 9||7:30 pm|
|Sunday, November 10||3:00 pm|
|Thursday, November 14||7:30 pm|
|Friday, November 15||7:30 pm|
|Saturday, November 16||7:30 pm|
|Sunday, November 17||3:00 pm|
|Monday, November 18||7:30 pm|
|Thursday, November 21||7:30 pm|
|Friday, November 22||7:30 pm|
|Saturday, November 23||7:30 pm|
|Sunday, November 24||3:00 pm|
“Some stories are so remarkable we tell them again and again. Those are the things worth remembering.”
Fearing the unthinkable, a family flees into the wilderness. Fifty years later, park rangers Callie and David stumble across an unbelievable discovery.
While on a survey expedition, they encounter Vira, a woman born and raised in nearly complete isolation. Over the course of several days, they nurture a fragile trust as she shares her extraordinary story. Ultimately, they are faced with an agonizing choice: reveal her existence to a world that she has never known and cannot grasp, or help keep her hidden on a planet that is running out of space for secrets.
What happens when an impossible future collides with an imagined past? A spare and moving examination of a secluded life, and the ripples it makes, even from the depths of a shrinking wilderness.
nimbus’ next journey begins November 9th.
Written by Liz Neerland
Directed by Josh Cragun
Featuring Brid Henry, Delta Giordano, Cate Jackson, Nicholas Nelson, and Gregory Yang
Design by Ursula K. Bowden, Brian Hesser, Emmet Kowler, Rubble&Ash
Stage Managed by Alyssa Thompson
Photo by Emmet Kowler
Saturday, November 9 - 7:30pm Opening Night
Sunday, November 10 - 3:00pm
Thursday, November 14 - 7:30pm
Friday, November 15 - 7:30pm
Saturday, November 16 - 7:30pm
Sunday, November 17 - 3:00pm
Monday, November 18 - 7:30pm Pay What You Can
Thursday, November 21 - 7:30pm
Friday, November 22 - 7:30pm
Saturday, November 23 - 7:30pm
Sunday, November 24 - 3:00pm Closing
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.