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January 30, 2011

The Big Gravel Sifter

FMP graduate Coral Maloney is in the One Trunk's Newest Production: The Big Gravel Sifter, running from Feb 2 to 6 at 8:00 pm. 

The cast also includes CindyMarie Small and Andraea Sartison.

Director: Chris Sigurdson
Choreography: Alexandra Elliott
C and Coral Maloney

Featuring new music by Garth Hardy on prepared piano.

Tickets are $10
There is also a matinee on Feb 6 at 1:00 pm (tickets $8)

Originally a short story, The Big Gravel Sifter is the tale of a family’s piano abandoned to the sea.  Its recovery is too expensive and not worth the investment. The creatures of the sea who discover the piano give it new life as they try to determine what it could be and, in the process, discover music in "the key of X."

For those who live above, the mystery of this strange ocean music speaks the love that unites them, excites the possibility of their imagination and rebels against forces that cannot see beauty beyond utility and profit.

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