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Hippie Elegy

Hippie Elegy (2005)¬†a comic, summer-of-love-inspired duet, is performed by Co-Director Amy Smith and actor extraordinaire Jeb Kreager. ¬†Featuring music and dramaturgy from the 1970’s, including images from the Kent State massacre, the threat of the draft, and utopian visions of peace and picnics. ¬† Premiered at the Arts Bank, 20 minutes