FarmFolkCityFolk & Theatre on Earth present Project Corndog, an “extremely local dinner theatre” event, on August 18, 19, 20 and 21 at Fraser Common Farm, Aldergrove.
How close can you get to your food? Come and spend a summer evening on a local organic farm diving into a delicious piece of site, sound and taste specific theatre. Follow puppets, musicians and circus acts through planted fields and fruit orchards, past streams and into a forest grove as Georgia, an organic farmer, and her scientist daughter, Freidi, struggle to save their family farm from an over the fence GMO attack and find love in unexpected places.
The evening finishes with guests, farmers and actors sitting down to an open air organic meal grown on the very land they’ve just explored.
The ensemble includes Sandy Buck (puppet designer and builder), Jan Derbyshire (director), Chloe Doucet-Winkelman, Jeff Gladstone (musical director), Thomas Jones, Sarah May Redmond and Tallulah Winkelman (playwright).
Seating is limited and tickets are $65. See website www.FarmFolkCityFolk.ca or call 604-730-0450.