In Theatrical Scenes from Danville, PA, playwright David A. Miller will create five original 10-minute plays inspired by the history (recent and distant) and people of Danville, PA. The creative process will include research in collaboration with the Montour County Historical Society, interviews with residents of Danville hosted at local businesses, playwriting workshops with young people at St. Joseph’s School, a playwright’s writing retreat, and a public performance of staged readings of the original pieces by professional and student actors in downtown Danville in August 2020.
Do you have a story to tell about Danville?
Do you have an answer to the question, “What makes Danville special?”
Playwright David A. Miller is going to be writing plays inspired by Danville and he would love to hear your story to serve as inspiration. Join David for a beer, a quiet chat, or some snacks at one of these Tell Me A Story sessions:
|Old Forge Brewing Company |
532 Mill St.
Monday, March 23 at 5-7pm
Join David in the front window.
|Thomas Beaver Library |
317 Ferry St.
Tuesday, March 24 at 3-5pm
Join David in the Newspaper Room.
|Danville Business Alliance |
620 Mill St.
Wednesday, March 25 at 3pm to 5pm
Join David at the Conference Table.
This project is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
Community Partnerships RC&D Council, Inc. is a locally led non-profit dedicated to improving quality of life in rural Pennsylvania. As a partner in the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) program, Community Partnerships RC&D administers the PPA program locally in Juniata, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder and Union Counties. This funding opportunity provides grants to eligible organizations or individuals to conduct community arts projects.
The thirteen departments in Bloomsburg University’s College of Liberal Arts span the humanities, fine arts and social sciences.