Hygienic Egg!


Come join us this Sunday for the Hygienic Egg, a performance that moves through all the galleries of the Hygienic Arts in New London, Ct.    The performers come from far and near, and all are associated with the Dragon’s Egg.  Here is our programme!
I hope to see you there!
March 18 at 12:30.
xox namaste, marya

Hygienic Egg 2018:  a Focus on the Poetry of Death

Performers are artists local and distant, all associated with the Dragon’s Egg.  
We are here in the galleries through the generosity of Hygienic Arts – thank you!! 
The project is conceived and assembled by Marya Ursin, of the Dragon’s Egg. 

1. Front Entry Bill Hossack will read  “Because I could not stop for Death” by Emily Dickinson

2. Front Entry behind/ around the counter. Golden Ratio (Larry Kern and Bernadette Golden) will                 sing “Lonesome Holler”:  Romy Hatfield and Julie McCoy are mad as heck that they are dead.

3.  downstairs front end of room… Cristin Cawley will dance a solo “Cent’ Anni”, from the Sicilian                  funeral procession; music: Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana, by Pietro Mascagni. 

4.  downstairs.  Christie Williams will read original poem, “First Blood”

Lynnrajewskifeathers 5.  downstairs back end of room…Rena Judge hooping to “Oh Death” by Rising Appalachia 

6.  upstairs at top of stairs in entry  Jason Rabin monologue- Blues songs about death.

7.  upstairs back end of entry area.  Bobbi Nidz – puppetry and flute
         “Cry, Heart, But Never Break, by Ringtved”.

8. middle gallery.  Gillian Whittle will read original poem, “Mr Tod”

9.  middle gallery   Clare Byrne –  “Beloved Nothing”  (dance/music)

10.  middle gallery  Robert Palm will read original prose poem.

11.  middle gallery  Kathleen Smith (choreographer) will dance:  “For Death”
    by John O’Donohue; read by Luanne Benshimol

12.  Milt Angelopoulos will read John Donne: “Death Be Not Proud”

13.  front gallery….Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts students will dance “Doomed”

14.  front gallery.  Ara  Fitzgerald: solo dance/text: “Why Did Sarah Bernhardt Sleep in a Coffin?“

15. front gallery: Sandy Laub will read Dylan Thomas: “And Death Shall Have No Dominion”


Woman holding mirror on grass reflection
We thank the performers, who have given of their dreams, their time, their presence, to us,
and to you, for being present for these explorations.  
And we thank the Hygienic Galleries, here in New London, for all they do!   xox mcu  
www.dragonseggstudio.org, Join to help support the artists and activities of the Dragon’s Egg!  contact Marya at mybeasts@aol.com
March 18, 2018

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