WDIY's Youth Media Program students look at the world premiere of “Prometheus/Redux” by Touchstone Theatre. This original play was commissioned for Festival Unbound and written by Gerard Stropnicky.
Marking the 20th anniversary of Bethlehem Steel’s closing, and the seminal work “Steelbound” from our 1999 “Steel Festival”, “Prometheus/Redux” asks us how we define ourselves in the face of an ever-changing, ever more interconnected world. No longer “bound” to the steel industry, what has become of the proud steel-worker Prometheus, and our community, 20 years later?
DATES & TIMES:
Friday, October 4 – 8:00-10:00p
Saturday, October 5 – 2:00-4:00p (panel discussion follows performance*)
Saturday, October 5 – 8:00-10:00p
Sunday, October 6 – 7:00-9:00p (Open Captions and Audio Description)
VENUE: Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts | 321 E. Third Street, Bethlehem, PA
PRICE: $25 adult & $15 student/senior/steelworkers; limited amount of Pay What You Will tickets for purchase; please call 610-867-1689 to order.
*There will be a panel discussion following the Saturday, October 5th 2pm performance facilitated by Bethlehem City Councilman Willie Reynolds from City of Bethlehem. The discussion will explore the changing landscape of our post-steel community, including topics of health and housing.
(Original air-date: 9/9/2019)