The Folklorist

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The Folklorist is a NE Emmy nominated educational program that offers an imaginative look at some of our world's most iconic and obscure historical events.

This pilot features The Boston Molasses Flood, The Boston Massacre, and New England's Dark Day.

It also features Campfire, a segment aimed to empower young folklorists in the local middle and elementary schools by sharing stories that are meaningful to them.

Produced by Jesse Kreitzer, a staff content producer at NewTV, a community media center and PEG access center in Newton, Massachusetts.

Moliere's Tartuffe

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Davis Senior High School Drama Department presents
"Moliere's Tartuffe"
Translation by Richard Wilbur, Directed by Gwyneth Bruch
Pre-show video & set design by Ian Wallace, Costumes by Sasha Hil,
Lights by Kora Feder, Sound by Christine Alexander.

Recorded March 16, 2012 at the Richard Brunelle Performing Arts Theatre by
Davis Media Access
TRT: 01:28:07

Nature's Theatre Presents: Junky's Last Stand

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Nature's Theatre Presents:
"Junky's Last Stand"

The 50-minute play, featuring a cast of young actors, was part of the
2011 Cool Davis Festival. The play helps people think about what they eat.

Recorded by Davis Media Access, October 16, 2011 at the Davis Veterans
Memorial Theatre.
TRT: 00:53:30

What I Did For Love - A Tribute to Tony Fields - 2010

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What I Did For Love - A Tribute to Tony Fields - 2010,  presented by the Davis High School Drama Department.

Conceptualized and Coordinated by Hannah Allen and Sterling Melcher. Choreography by Cara Steindorf Rains.

Recorded by Davis Media Access, April 17th, 2010 at the Brunelle Performing Arts Center.

Rope of Sand

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Rope of Sands is a original teleplay written, produced and directed by Toni Seger. It was taped in Portland, Maine for the Community Television Network.

Rope of Sands is a domestic drama (read 'food fight') in one-act touching on many things including the nature of creative expression and the potentially lethal destructiveness of passivity and non-communication.

The dynamic is that of three characters who verbally chase each other in dizzying and frustrating circles. At times, they are witty and are often deliberately provocative, but none of the three are able to connect.

In No Exit, Jean Paul Sartre depicted hell as being eternally trapped after death in a triangle of people with whom you can?t make contact and you can?t escape. Rope of Sands brings that hell into life.