What would they say? Gruesome and surprising, grave-site stories illuminate the present.
Graves tell stories.
Lake writers Laura Dewender, Elisabeth Frischauf, Jeff Ginsburg, and Thomas Kersting have located and developed four Putnam grave-site stories.
Using the frame of a student assignment, James Shearwood has assembled the stories into a short hour’s entertainment that is scary, thrilling and funny at the same time.
How does this educational experience differ from others (?) will be part of the discussion that follows.
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About the Event
Directed by James Shearwood, readers for If Graves Could Speak include Jackson Agoes, Zachary Clarke, Rod Cumming, Jeff Ginsburg, Tom Kersting, Jill Paxton, Keaton Paxton-Cumming and Alexander Shundi.
This project is made possible, in part, through the Putnam Arts Council’s Arts Link Grant Program with public funds provided through the NY State Council on the Arts with support from the Governor and the NY State Legislature.