Clemson University

'LOVE, 1918' (a digital performance piece)

Who can best teach us about living in a pandemic with hope, good sense, love and clarity?  Perhaps the voices of the pandemic of 1918. Students in the Clemson Players – using found text, images and stories, as well as sharing  present day reflections – created a new devised performance titled "LOVE, 1918. "This piece, acts as a letter, theatrically brought to life, sending regards and recollections of the 1918 pandemic to a modern audience living in the Coronavirus era.  We aren't alone in this moment, and the stories of 1918 will prove that to us.

We know this is a difficult time for many from a physical, emotional and financial perspective.  If you are in a position to support The Clemson Players during this time, your generosity would be tremendously appreciated.

Sunday, October 18 at 7:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Arts/Entertainment, Theatre

Departments

College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, .edu

Target Audience

General Public, Students, Faculty, Alumni

Tags

Living, community, home

Website

http://www.clemson.edu/brooks

Cost

Free or Pay As You Can

Hashtag

#Brooks Center

Contact Name:

Nancy Martin

Contact Phone:

864-656-7787

Contact Email:

nmartin@clemson.edu

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