Inspired by the popular storytelling phenomenon The Moth, Cocoon is a special evening of true stories told live and without notes.
This year’s 10th anniversary edition, on the theme of “Lost and Found,” will feature storytellers drawn from the on- and off-campus community, including Middlebury College students Seth Brown ’24, Francis Shiner ’23, and Grace Sokolow ’24; Associate Professor of Religion Ata Anzali; and two community members: Marlon Hyde of Vermont Public, and Rainwalker Winterpainter. A public reception in the lobby will follow the presentation.
Middlebury Moth-Up producers Elissa Asch ’24.5 and Kristen Morgenstern ‘24 will host, with Mahaney Arts Center Technical Director Mark Christensen providing the musical interludes. This community-wide event is produced by the Middlebury Moth-Up in partnership with the Mahaney Arts Center and Director Liza Sacheli.
For mature audiences. Running time: 1 hour, 45 minutes, including 1 intermission. Reception to follow.
Vaccinations and boosters (or valid medical or religious exemptions) required. Masks optional (but welcome!) except under certain conditions.
Tickets: $15 public, $10 Middlebury faculty/staff, alumni, and emeriti; $8 youth; $5 Middlebury College students. This event will also be streamed (Tickets $8; $5 Middlebury College students). Tickets on sale in September 2022. Go to the online box office>>
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- Mahaney Arts Center
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