Lost, Broken and Banished

For the past year and a half, I've been heavily involved in developing Suzan Zeder's new play, The Milk Dragon, as dramaturg and now as sound designer. The UVU Theatre Department/Noorda Children's Theatre will be premiering the play on March 5-21, 2015. One of the play's rich themes explores the nature and value of things that are lost, broken or banished. We are exploring this through collaborations with area museums, arts organizations and the community at large.

We are looking for true, personal stories about the lost, broken or banished things in your life.

You can join our project by sending us your stories:

  • What has been lost, broken or banished in your life?
  • When was this a bad thing? When was this a good thing?
  • On your way to find, fix and restore, what was discovered?

Your story can be written, recorded or filmed and sent to:
milkdragonuvu@gmail.com. We'll add it to our website.

You can share your stories live at our Story Slam
Thursday, March 19th
7:30 pm
Enliten Cafe
Center Street, Provo, UT
This event is sponsored by Speak For Yourself and the UVU and BYU storytelling classes.

You can view the website at: www.themilkdragonuvu.com

You can get tickets to the play at: http://www.uvu.edu/theatre/events/theaterevents.php