Sirens of the Field
What happens when you lose a loved one? What happens when you lose a close relationship? What happens when you lose yourself?
Sirens of the Field is a seasonal play about identity, loss, and what it means to be stuck in something you are not.
Ash has been chosen to leave his small town by the end of next Summer, causing rifts in relationships with the people he grew up with. With the uncertainty of the world, and the death of his mother still fresh in his mind, he struggles to prepare and come to terms with who he is.
The only me is me, are you sure the only you is you?
This production contains discussions of suicide, allusions to self-harm, physical violence, and sexual misconduct.
In advance of the performance, we'd like to invite you to visit our Virtual Lobby to learn more about the production and our team.
This event is free and will be presented online.
All performance dates are subject to change. Please visit our website or the Arts Iowa Calendar for the most up-to-date information.
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