On the Horizon: Festival of Student-Produced Work

Poster for On the Horizon: Festival of Student-Produced Work.

ON THE HORIZON:
FESTIVAL OF STUDENT-PRODUCED WORK

Live Streaming February 25-28, 2021
Thursday - Saturday, February 25-27 @ 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 28 @ 2:00 pm

Follow this link to access the festival selections.

Facilitating Producers: Cason Murphy, Sara Elkhatib, Zoey Lazere, Abbigail Markus, and Jonathan O’Neill-Rojas

In the spirit of this Season of Invitation, we have invited our students to run the show! This festival of student-produced work will feature a variety of forms and styles of performances created, devised, produced, directed, performed, and designed entirely by ISU students.
NOTE: Several festival selections contain adult language and content. Please see specific content disclaimers below.

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Show Program

FESTIVAL SELECTIONS

HERE TODAY, a short play
Written by Charissa Menefee
Directed by Bethmari Márquez Barreto
Performed by Lena Menefee-Cook, and Roger Rivera
Designed by Bethmari Márquez Barreto, Lena Menefee-Cook, and Roger Rivera

A PATH LESS TRAVELED, a shadow puppet performance
Written and directed by Camille Danner
Performed by Kaushik Raghavan, Scyler Torrey, and Tiffany Waggoner
Scenic Design by Camille Danner and Cast
Lighting Design by Rachel Ward

SUN CLOUDS, a short play
Written by Grant Tetmeyer
Directed by Abigail Luchsinger
Performed by Jobe Fee and Oliver Stratton
Scenic Design by Grant Tetmeyer
Lighting Design by Jackson Newhouse
Properties by Megan Hamilton 
Costumes and Make-up Design by Mónica Toro Lebrón
Note: Sun Clouds contains mention of suicide, drug use, and adult language

LEGACY, a song cycle
Written and directed by Rachel Ward
Performed by Rachel Ward, Logan Benson, Annika Baker
Featuring Lauren Gabby, Jillian Gabby, Jonathan O'Neill Rojas
Choreography by Elise Cameron
Scenic Design by Zoey Lazere
Lighting Design by TJ Mack
Properties by Megan Hamilton 
Costumes and Make-up Design by Rachel Ward
Note: Legacy contains discussion of sexual abuse and rape

HAVING BEEN, STILL BEINGa short play
Written and directed by George Poll
Performed by Caitlin Allen, Annika Baker, Jacob Jones, Sam Huhn, and Monica Toro
Properties by Megan Hamilton 
Costumes and Make-up Design by Logan Benson

PAPAYA, a short absurdist play for an absurdist time
Written by Sam Elliott-Rude
Directed by Calvin Clark
Performed by Sam Huhn and Jacob Jones
Scenic and Lighting Design by Alexis Murdock
Costume and Make-up Design by Logan Benson
Properties by Megan Hamilton

PETALSa short music video
Written and directed by Morgan Wolfe
Performed by Morgan Wolfe, Will Donaghy, Elise Cameron, and Abbigail Markus
Original music by Morgan Wolfe
Properties by Megan Hamilton 

SEPARATE WAYSa short play
Written and directed by Ashley Oxenreider
Performed by Caitlin Allen and Will Donaghy
Lighting Design by TJ Mack
Properties by Megan Hamilton 
Costumes and Make-up Design by Mónica Toro Lebrón
Note: Separate Ways contains adult language

THE SUN AND THE CLOUD, a short animated film
Written, directed, animated, and edited by Mali Bilstad        
Original score by Tiffany Waggoner

TOWARDS THE LIGHT, a short play
Written by Sara Elkhatib
Directed by Logan Roling
Performed by: Jobe Fee, Scyler Torrey, and Ashley Oxenreider
Scenic Design by Kaushik Raghavan
Lighting Design by Jackson Newhouse
Properties by Megan Hamilton 
Costumes and Make-up Design by Sara Elkhatib

 

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