Clear Creek CreativeEzell: Ballad of A Land Man - Green Music Center




Clear Creek Creative
Ezell: Ballad of A Land Man

An outdoor, solo performance work featuring a contemplative nature trek, the performance of Ezell: Ballad of A Land Man, and a farm-fresh, family-style feast.

5 p.m.
Fairfield Osborn Preserve
$40 GA

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Clear Creek Creative
Ezell: Ballad of A Land Man

Thur, April 27, 2023 - Tickets: $40 GA

Creating art that explores and inspires the possibility of living in harmony with nature and with one another, Clear Creek Creative presents their theatrical work Ezell: Ballad of a Land Man. An environmental, cultural, and spiritual parable derived from living in the foothills of Appalachia, about one man among many seeking to make sense of the time, place and condition in which we live. The development and sharing of this theatrical work is an attempt to make plain and disrupt domination — to reveal the patterns of domination behavior within this character Ezell, within his relationship to others and the land, within his livelihoods and his ways of being, within his ancestry and his belief system.

This outdoor solo performance work will take place at the Fairfield Osborn Preserve, and will consist of multiple acts including a contemplative nature trek, the performance of Ezell: Ballad of A Land Man, and a farm-fresh family-style feast.

You’ll park at the Green Music Center and meet the artists, then shuttle buses take you on a 15-minute journey to the Osborn Preserve on top of Sonoma Mountain. The journey continues with a short walk where you’ll sit to experience a performance, and then a guided hike from the performance, through nature, to a lovely site for dinner.

The hike is just under a half mile and is at a leisurely pace. The trail is uneven and rocky at times. Alternative accommodations are available to ensure everyone can experience this unique theater work. Please call 707.664.3355 or email to make arrangements.

Supported in part by   Cartograph

Funded in part by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Theater Project, with lead funding from The Mellon Foundation and additional support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

New England Foundation for the Arts

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