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BAT presents Polaroid Stories
March 5 @ 7:00pm
An event every week that begins at 7:00pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until March 20, 2021
Bozeman Actors return to stage with tale of exiled youth
For its first production since the Before Times, Bozeman Actors Theatre presents Naomi Iizuka’s Polaroid Stories. Performances will be held Thursday through Saturday, March 4th–20th at the Eagles Ballroom. Show time is 7pm each night.
Polaroid Stories, a live theatrical production on stage, is a reimagining of mythology told through the eyes of street kids. Playwright Naomi Iizuka sets her relentless pastiche on an abandoned pier at the outermost edge of an unnamed American city, deftly weaving together multiple narratives and building relentlessly to a spellbinding climax. She takes us into a dangerous world filled with runaways, dreamers, dealers and desperados. Against a backdrop of neon-splashed darkness and the waning strands of starlit hope, our homeless gods and goddesses vividly live out myths inspired by Ovid’s Metamorphoses, wielding lies and truths like ancient swords in a last-ditch effort to find redemption and transcendence in a world that has forgotten them.
Mark Kuntz directs this attendance-limited production at Downtown Bozeman’s Eagles Ballroom. Advance tickets for Polaroid Stories are $20 for general admission or $10 for students (plus fees) at www.bozemanactorstheatre.org. Tickets must be reserved in advance and will NOT be available at the door. Current health guidelines will be followed.
Bozeman Actors Theatre is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing exceptional, thought-provoking and adventurous live theater to the community. For more information and to preview upcoming productions, please visit the website. Follow on Facebook and Instagram for the most up to date performance announcements. •