A WALKING TOUR OF WHITE RIVER JUNCTION
Conceived by ASA WEMBER and BEN BECKLEY
Written by BEN BECKLEY, NKENNA AKUNNA, and ISAAC LORTON
SEPTEMBER 24 - OCTOBER 24
Junction is a narrative walking tour of White River Junction, VT, covering a century and a half of local history, from the filming of director D.W Griffith’s iconic Way Down East in 1920 to the cultural and economic dislocations of the 1970s to the unexpected challenges of 2020, the strangest year of all.
Using only a cellphone and a pair of headphones, individual audience members will be guided from one location to the next as audio scenes play out before them. From the city’s storied train station to the stunning convergence of the Connecticut and White Rivers at Lyman Point Park, Junction reframes the places we think we know.
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$15 for Northern Stage Subscribers and White River Junction Residents