Jun 21-23, 2024

Echoes; stories in progress

Conor Kelly O'Brien returns to Deep Water, in collaboration with New Orleans-based sound designer/musician Daniel Amedee for a special outdoor performance.

Echoes is part theatre and part sound installation that uniquely incorporates wireless headset technology. This story depicts a series of lives in progress, centers memory, identity, and the beautiful (and challenging) of a community changing. Where are we heading vs and where COULD we be heading if we traveled together?

Performers include Susan Mendoza, Kyoshin Lohr, Kimmie Leff, and others. 

Part of Deep Water Lab, an initiative supporting local early career artists.

Made possible in part by funding from the Sullivan County Arts and Heritage Grant.

Date
Jun 22, 8:15pm to 9:15pm
Location
-, 256 Bridge St, Narrowsburg, New York
Get Tickets$0.00 - $10.00
Featuring

Conor Kelly O’Brien

Conor Kelly O’Brien is an award-winning theatre-maker, nonprofit leader, and community development curator. NYC theatre credits include performances at 59e59 Theatres, The Cell, Under St Marks, and the Actors Company Theatre. He directed Frankenstein Rising for Deep Water ’22. He is the co-founder/executive director of the Scranton Fringe Festival and program director of The Center For The Living City, an organization founded by Jane Jacobs, and served as the performing arts manager at DVAA in 2023. Conor is a proud member of the Dramatist Guild of America, the New Vintage Ensemble, and is a Pennsylvania state-rostered teaching artist.

Daniel Amedee

Daniel is a writer, singer, and songwriter who has been writing and performing for over fifteen years. From 2008 to 2011 he was living in Ireland, writing and playing bass in an Indie Rock band called Remma. The band was signed for a time to Morrissey’s Attack Label and had an EP produced by Noel Hogan of The Cranberries. In 2012, he started touring full-time under his own name and released two LP’s and two EP’s that featured performances by Pat Spurgeon of Rogue Wave and Sylvain Carton of Beats Antique. The music was described as meditative with an edge and urban folk. He spent 2012 to 2016 touring the US and Canada full-time. He currently lives within his home city of New Orleans and is now a published author and co-creator, alongside Conor Kelly O’Brien, of a theatrical work (STATIC) which has toured internationally and is currently under redevelopment.

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