Videographer Derek Kimball just cut a trailer of the little match girl passion drawing on rehearsal footage from our January premiere at Bates College. Contact us today to inquire about this touring production!
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Figures of Speech Theatre savored a moment of national attention this summer, when HUMANITIES, the quarterly magazine of the National Endowment of theHumanities, featured our production of the little match girl passion in a story celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prize. Figures of Speech received a Pulitzer Prize Centennial Campfires Initiative grant, administered by […]
The world premiere of the little match girl passion was welcomed with sold out performances despite a storm that knocked out power to 25,000 Mainers. We are completely overwhelmed with the response and so pleased to have shared this weekend with you! If you did not have a chance to join us at the premiere, we […]
Video Still by Derek Kimball World Premiere in January, 2016 Saturday, January 9 at 7:30pm Sunday, January 10 at 7:30pm Monday, January 11 at 7:30pm Schaeffer Theatre at Bates College, Lewiston Tickets are $15 for the general public; $10 for Bates College faculty & staff. Bates College students are eligible for free admission but reservations […]
“the little match girl passion” had its first public showing at Bates College on June 19 and 20. Thanks to all who came to the workshop production and shared feedback with us. Pictured here are the Grandmother (Carol Farrell) and the Little Match Girl (Ian Bannon, Laura Collard and Dylan Rohman, puppeteers). All photos by […]
the little match girl passion We invite you to our first public showing of this exquisite new work-in-progress, inspired by David Lang’s composition for four singers and percussion, in which the classic Hans Christian Andersen story of The Little Match Girl is paired with texts from Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. To Figures of […]
Mask of the Grandmother (in progress) for the little match girl passion, our theatrical setting of David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize-winning composition. Workshop open rehearsal coming soon–June 19 and 20!
We are thrilled to announce that the Davis Family Foundation has awarded FST a $15,000 grant to help fund our upcoming production of little match girl passion. The funds will be used to purchase the scrim, rear projection screen, four digital projectors, scaffolding, and myriad other hard goods we’re employing to create the largest scale production […]
John demonstrates the Little Match Girl’s right arm and the problem solving that made it work.