Presented as part of the Cincinnati Fringe Festival ’12
1317 Main

Reviews: CityBeat |

Heartland America, post-Katrina: a pair of technicians working for the EPA in New Orleans after the flood discover a survivor who can not only name the chemicals in the water but tell where they come from. With the help of military dolphins, soccer moms and animatronic Indians, and fueled by Farmer Dave’s chili-mac, she leads them up the rivers to find that Katrina has displaced time itself – past and present collide as they retrace Lewis and Clark’s journey only to find the source of the terrible burning in the waters — Farmer Dave himself.

Written by John Ray
Directed by Michael Burnham

Cast: Daniel Britt, Sarah Fischer, Omope Carter Daboiku, Jared Wilson, Wendy Braun, Sarah Mann-Wolf, Don Volpenhein & Paul Morris

  • Wed, June 30 at 8:45pm
  • Fri, June 1 at 9:15pm
  • Sun, June 3 at 4:15pm
  • Wed, June 6 at 8:30pm
  • Fri, June 8 at 7pm

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  1. H.J.

    This looks great. Michael Burnham always does a great job. Hope to get a ticket before they sell out.


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