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Project Wild Edges

RESERVATIONS

Project Wild Edges presents a Work in Progress Open Rehearsal on Monday, November 22, 2021 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.  Come and watch how this poetry in motion is being created and directed.  After the rehearsal viewing, there will be a discussion led by Lisa Barker and Jenny Hale.  The Miners Foundry offers a full no host bar and treats available for purchase.

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  • Please review updated Safety information before reserving your ticket!
  • Proof of full vaccination or negative COVID 19 test within 72 hours required for entry.
  • Masks are required indoors except when eating or drinking.
  • Reservations available online, by phone or in person at the Miners Foundry Box Office:
    325 Spring Street, Nevada City, CA 95959
    Tuesday – Friday | 9:00am – 4:00pm
    (530) 265-5040

Project Wild Edges

Project Wild Edges presents Joy Harjo’s poem “A Map to the Next World” performed through spoken word, music, and dance as a work in progress.  The cast has positioned themselves as members of society, out on the town for a social hour.  During this familiar scene, the performers slowly warp out of the norm and deliver an untypical and timely message.  Joy Harjo is our National Poet Laureate and is of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.  Project Wild Edges is funded by a generous grant from California Humanities.

Featuring performances by Raquel Santiago Boluda, Eileen Jorgensen, Azriel LeMarca, Juliet Lin, Marni Marshall, and Marcy Risque.

Safety Procedures

The health and safety of our guests, staff and community is the highest priority at the Miners Foundry.  Please click here for updated safety information.

  • Please review updated Safety information before reserving your ticket!
  • Proof of full vaccination or negative PCR COVID 19 test within 72 hours required for entry.
  • Masks are required indoors except when eating or drinking.

Contact Info

Please contact the Miners Foundry Box Office at [email protected] with questions.

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About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.

 

Project Wild Edges

Get Tickets!

About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.

 

Project Wild Edges

Get Tickets!

About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.

 

Project Wild Edges

Get Tickets!

About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.

 

Project Wild Edges

Get Tickets!

About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.

 

Project Wild Edges

Get Tickets!

About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.

 

Project Wild Edges

Get Tickets!

About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.

 

Project Wild Edges

Get Tickets!

About

Project Wild Edges presents an outdoor theatrical experience exploring our relationship to nature and the values at the heart of our land practices.  The performances take place along the Wolfe Creek Trail, Grass Valley.  The trail is a wild edge where our suburban life intersects with nature.  Each show culminates with a “Speaking of Nature” shared discussion with local experts in the field of land management.  This project is funded by a California Humanities for All Project Grant and sponsored by The Miners Foundry and the Nevada County Arts Council.

Location

Address:  Grass Valley Sinkhole Entrance to Wolf Creek Trail off Freeman Lane, between Tripp’s Auto Body (600 Freeman Lane) and the entrance of Pine Creek Shopping Center.  Free parking on Freeman Lane.

Notes

The show starts promptly – plan to arrive 20 minutes early.  Be prepared for sun, bring plenty of water, and wear good shoes.  Each ticket holder will be required to sign a waiver of liability.  Chairs will be provided at the end of each show as well as a public port-a-potty.