411 W Broadway
Granville, OH 43023
Tickets must be reserved online and in advance
“RECOVER | RESTORE” is an outdoor performance and immersive experience, which turns to the arts as a way to recalibrate in the midst of the pandemic. This interdisciplinary show is a collaboration between Denison artists-educators Ojeya Cruz-Banks, Eleni Papaleonardos, and Hanna Hurwitz. It includes works by James Taylor, Bach, Wieland, and Papaleonardos, and involves music, dance, and immersive theater. It also includes audience participation, reflection, and walking over the course of approximately 30 minutes.
While the experience is not physically strenuous, please reserve tickets with these details in mind and wear comfortable walking shoes. There is no seating. Audience groups are limited (15 people at The Eisner Center, 25 people at Sugar Loaf). This event is free and open to the public but tickets must be reserved online and in advance. All audience members must wear a mask and socially distance for the duration of the performance.
The 5:30 p.m. performance takes place outside the Eisner Center for the Performing Arts (meet at the side Mulberry St entrance - parking lot area)
The 7 p.m. performance takes place at Sugar Loaf Park (meet at the park entrance by the sign)
The rain date for this production is the next day, Sunday May 30. You will be contacted by the email provided if the performance is pushed to the rain date.
Please review the available slots https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0B4EAAAA22A5F49-summer and click on the button to sign up for each audience member (while children under 10 do not need a reservation, please make note on your sign up if your reservation includes children)