Did you miss the panel discussion about 1837: The Farmers’ Revolt, held at the Huron County Museum recently? Listen to our artistic director, Gil Garratt, and local historian David Yates, from the comfort of your own living room, courtesy of The Title Block Podcast, Michael Kruse and Beth Kates.
Tune in here.
Cutline: William Lyon Mackenzie (Matthew Gin), with help from his assistants Marcia Johnson (left) and Parmida Vand uses his magical deck of cards to explain the relationships in the Family Compact, in 1837: The Farmers’ Revolt at the Blyth Festival. Directed by Gil Garratt. Creative team: Beth Kates, set, projection and lighting designer; Gemma James Smith, costume designer; and Deanna H. Choi, sound designer and music composer. Production stage management: Heather Thompson and Katerina Sokyrko. Photo credit: Terry Manzo.