Theater on the Farm
- Farm & Table
- 06.09.2016 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Theater on the Farm is back for its second year!
Join us for our annual theater festival on the farm deck the first three Thursdays in June! This summer, Farm & Table will once again partner with Tricklock Company and Duke City Repertory Theatre to bring you innovative theater in a stunning setting.
June 2, 9 & 16 | 8:00 performance | $30
Complementary herbed popcorn and cash bar.
Make your dinner reservation at Farm & Table for before the show and receive 15% off your meal! Make a note in your reservation that you are attending Theater on the Farm!
Tricklock Company presents:
Ingrid and Nurton - by Drew Morrison
- Directed by Juli Hendren
- Featuring Erin Phillips, Drew Morrison, and Hannah Kauffmann
- Music by The Porter Draw
Ingrid's got it good. She's converted the old family home into a bakery, living alone in the old house, starting the fire for the oven out back in the early hours each morning. Her weekly public dinners are sold out weeks in advance, to high paying, hungry crowds. Her pies and breads have drawn the attention of several culinary publications, and though she hardly considers her living room a restaurant, she's earned her first review. The only problem is that the critic en route to pen the critique is well known for scathing, abusive condemnations of up-and-comers in the restaurant industry. He also happens to be her brother.
A story of family, food, and what happens when the critic comes home.
Duke City Repertory Theatre presents:
Que Kerastas, Kerastas - by Geogina Hernandez Escobar
From award-winning playwright and UNM alum Georgina Escobar, Que Kerastas, Kerastas examines the human desire for connection, understanding, and control. When Jenna returns to her mother’s apricot orchard in rural New Mexico after a not-so-unexpected death, she reunites with Leonard—a worldly neighbor and childhood friend who cared for Jenna’s mother long after she and her sisters left the farm. As Jenna reels with the onslaught of memories brought by her return and Leonard’s presence, the two estranged friends grapple with understanding love, life, and loss—and that perhaps our greatest comfort lies in accepting that whatever will be, will be.