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Come Hell and High Water

Devised and Directed by Granada Artist-in-Residence Dominique Serrand

Taking the structure of an oratorio built from song, dance, story, and character, this devised work explores the epic forces of a flood. Just as Faulkner’s novella “Old Man”  used the Mississippi flood of 1927 as the backdrop for his story, here the key elements of Faulkner’s story form the point of departure:  a convict set free by the rising of the river, a young pregnant woman marooned in a tree, a deer swimming for its life, the birth of a child, and the bursting of the levees.

This production contains partial nudity and some profanity.

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New American Epic by Tony Award Winning Visiting Artist Opens at UC Davis

UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance presentsthe new work Come Hell and High Water, devised and directed by Granada Artist-in-Residence and internationally renowned Dominque Serrand and co-written by Steven Epp. This epic American play explores the forces of a flood using the structure of an oratorio built from song, dance, story and character. Come Hell and High Water opens on Thursday, March 3, and continues through Sunday, March 13, at Main Theatre,Wright Hall, UC Davis.

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