Join us for our December Friday Staged Reading via Zoom
Friday, December 4th, at 8:00 p.m.
Boxelder Bug Variations: A Meditation on an Idea in Language and Music
By Bill Holm
Directed by Marilyn Cavicchia,
with Assistant Director Barbara Barreno-Paschall
Music performed & recorded by Bill Hohnke
Billy Cooper IV
In Minnesota, one phenomenon of fall and winter is that boxelder bugs come inside. They don’t do much. They’re just … there. In 1985, poet and writer Bill Holm used the boxelder bugs in his own house as a jumping-off point to explore small-town life, death, love (and sex!), classical music, and the threat of nuclear war. Join us for an extraordinary evening!
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“To be alive, and to know it, is everything. Everything.”
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