Open Eye Figure Theatre Presents
July 12 - 14, 2018
A FUSEBOX project by Joel Sass
Trip, trap, trip, trap—who’s walking over my bridge? Welcome to Beldenville, Maine, where townsfolk scoff at the legend of a troll who lives under their bridge—until one dark night a child vanishes and is never seen again. Twenty years later, an orphan boy (mockingly nicknamed ‘Frodo’ for his missing finger) hides under the old bridge to escape a pack of bullies and discovers a finger bone buried in the sand. Mythic, mysterious, and full of frights and laughs, FINGER-BONE is a modern fable about childhood’s end—and adulthood’s beginning. Presented as an intimate work-in-progress with limited-seating in the cellar of Open Eye Theatre.
Details coming soon!
A limited number of $10 Economic Accessibility tickets are available online. Pay as able at the door.
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July 12, 7:30pm
July 13, 7:30pm
July 14, 7:30pm
Contact Open Eye at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-874-6338 for accessibility information, including ASL reservation.
Construction near Open Eye
Please be aware that ongoing construction on 35W, the Franklin Avenue Bridge, and Portland Avenue will affect your route to Open Eye. We recommend using map apps to navigate to the theatre, following posted detour signs, and reviewing the current detour map. Please allow extra time getting to the theatre.