Date(s) - Apr 9th 2021 - Apr 10th 2021
9:30 pm - 11:00 pm
A LIVING MUSEUM BRINGING HISTORY TO LIFE THROUGH A RE-IMAGINATION OF WHAT AMERICA IS, WAS, AND CAN/MAY BE
A performance piece. An art installation. A way to imagine and re-imagine what America is, was, and can/may be. A dissection of American identity – the good, the bad, and the ugly. A study of human biases and behavior.
An Imagined America is a drag show, a history lesson, and a visual art exhibit – all on the same ticket. Audiences and actors alike will be left asking themselves what exactly America is – and what they want America to be.
An experimental theatre endeavor created by Lehigh Valley-based queer theatre artist Adam Ercolani and produced by Touchstone Theatre, a professional, not-for profit theatre company located in Bethlehem.
Tickets: FREE, donations gratefully accepted
**Reservations required to secure your spot!**
Dates & Times: April 9 & 10, 2021
Friday, April 9th – 45 minute time slots between 5pm & 9:30pm;
Saturday, April 10th – 45 minute time slots between 1pm & 9:30pm
The Fine Art Galleries at the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
21 North 7th Street
Allentown, PA 18101
(Allentown Arts Walk)
*There is some street parking, but we recommend parking at the Allentown Parking Authority garage at 603 Linden Street. From there the Arts Walk (between Linden and Court streets) is less than a block away – follow the signs.
This is a 45-minute performance with staggered entrance times for only 5 patrons at a time.
Patrons are asked to arrive 15 minutes BEFORE their slotted entrance time to allow a timely experience for everyone.
For a safe experience, social distancing and masks will be required; we will have extra masks on hand and hand sanitizer.
Dress appropriately – part of the performance will take place in the gallery and part just outside the gallery. In the event of rain, the full event will take place indoors.