Readers Theatre: Not Just Any Statue in the Park

Join us for a reading of Dave Geible’s new play Not Just Any Statue in the Park!
Tickets for any budget: $0, $5, $12
A Brief History of a Short Comedy by Dave Geible
Athens, February , 399 BCE: Socrates awaits his judicial suicide in a dark warehouse building. He is ready for death to come, but his inner spirit (Damon) and his wife (Xantippe) have other ideas. Damon wants him to face it with grand style and pride. Xantippe would prefer that he just go home and help raise their kids. If not that, then be someone in whom she can claim some pride for their sake. But Socrates is determined not to be “just any statue in the Park”. Discussion follows, along with some bickering. In Act III Socrates has passed into the underworld but has some problems getting over the Styx into Hades. He meets old friends, including a former teacher and her husband. Discussion follows.


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Lander Art District Street Fair

Friday, June 4, 4-8pm
Saturday, June 5, 12-8pm
200 blocks of Main St and Lincoln St/ 100 block of N 2nd St / Centennial Park
Robbie Weimann / 4-6pm / Centennial Park
Pipi on my Passport show opening / Lander Art Center / 6pm
Mayor Richardson Ribbon Cutting designating the Lander Art District / 1:00pm / Corner of N 2nd & Main
Dystopians / 6-8pm / Centennial Park
Street Tacos & Limeades / The Rise / Main St.
Vendors / Lincoln St.
Face painting at the PALS booth / Lincoln St.
Shops open
NEW shops! / NEW restaurants!
City Hall Open House, Police Chief meet & greet / Lincoln St.
The Studios Creative Workspace open house / 2nd floor / 115 N 2nd Street
Check out Alchemy’s new space / 202 Main St.
Artist demonstrations.
Roaming musicians.
Fremont Frameworks Artist Demo / Lincoln St.
Sweetwater Studio open / Main St.
Drum Dancers / Lincoln St.
Red White Buffalo open, meet the artists / Lincoln St.
Improv Theater and more!