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Fire Survivor Ensemble “First Person Plural” Series special presentation

Presented by Arts Council of Mendocino County at Redwood Valley Grange, Redwood Valley CA

Oct 20 2018
Fire Survivor Ensemble “First Person Plural” Series special presentation

Survivors of the 2017 Redwood Complex Fire share their experiences of the fire, accompanied by live musicians including some fire survivors, in a powerful, healing tapestry of original stories, poems, and music.

Directed by Ellen Weed with creative collaboration by Mary Buckley.

“First Person Plural” is an original monologue series developed by Ellen Weed, and the Fire Survivor Ensemble event is a special presentation by Redwood Complex fire survivors who tell the same compelling story from various angles, with creative collaboration by Mary Buckley. This event will be a unique, powerful, and healing experience for participants and audience alike, as participants describe their harrowing escapes

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Tickets are $10 and admission is free to fire survivors. Half of ticket proceeds will be donated to the Community Foundation of Mendocino County’s Disaster Fund.

Contact: 707-462-6366


Additional time info:

Doors open at 6:30, and early arrival is recommended.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


Redwood Valley Grange

8650 East Rd., Redwood Valley, CA

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