This is the premier of newest installment of The Secret Life of Death, titled Graffiti, followed by audience Q&A. “The Old Dodge Tavern has existed since at least 1800. In a building with that much history, you are bound to find more than a couple of good stories… and even a gravestone (how fortuitous)!” This episode of Gail Golec’s media series also features historian Matt Labbe; together they delve into the history of the old tavern — including that gravestone in the basement.
Gail Golec is an anthropologist and archaeologist who collects animal skeletons, is a writer and media creator, and all-around good-humored smartypants who is well loved in these parts.
This multimedia presentation is an hour plus change, followed by Q&A. All well-behaved ages are welcome. Admission by donation. Doors at 6PM at 33 Bridge St in Bellows Falls, showtime sometime after that. Audience seating capacity is limited to 50, plus standing room.
This presentation is the last of our Sunday Evenings in April series at Stage 33 Live, the plucky local love child of Ted Talks, eTown, Prairie Home Companion, Science Friday, and The Little Rascals. Stage 33 Live is nonprofit and run by volunteers.
Learn more at www.stage33live.com
April 1: Open Stage: All Comers
April 8: Open Stage: Authors & Poets + Music
April 15: The Break Maids & River HALO
April 22: Open Stage: Humanities & Science + Music
April 29: The Secret Life of Death