[From Sanctuary Stage]
Sanctuary Stage is producing our Loggers of the Pacific Northwest Cycle, original plays spanning three states and focus on the lives of loggers and their families.
The original plays are regionally specific, and each developed through a community-engaged play-making process with the help of local residents, historians, and logging families. These projects are a celebration and exploration of the logger told through an original score and stories that shape each play. We wish to capture a glimpse of the history, day-to-day lives, and experiences of the men and women who call themselves loggers.
Friday June 3 at 8 p.m.
Saturday June at 7p.m.
Sunday June 5 at 7pm.
Admission is $10 or Pay-what-you-can.
Blue Ox Mill Works and Historic Park is located at the corner of 1 Street and X Street in Eureka just off the Bay.
For more information about The Logger Project please contact: Sanctuary Stage Productions on the web at sanctuarystage.com or Artistic Director, Tinamarie Ivey 707-601-1656. To learn more about Blue Ox visit blueoxmill.com.