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Thanks to all of you who supported us throughout this project, we couldn’t have done it without you! This was The Wonder Show’s first time touring a single performance over a longer stretch of time, and it felt so good to see familiar and new faces attend each of our events and offer us valuable insight, advice, and support, we are so grateful to be a part of this creative community! If you want to stay connected with future projects and events, please subscribe to our mailing list.

Here are some pictures of our final show, courtesy of Flordelino Lagundino:

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From the North Georgia Gazette, image courtesy of the Providence Athenaeum

From the North Georgia Gazette, image courtesy of the Providence Athenaeum

This playbill announces the last play performed on Parry’s 1st voyage! In the same spirit of 1820, we announce our final show, come out tomorrow night, as we sail this ship home for good!

 

the end

 

Final Show for Pop-up Providence:

Wednesday, 9/10, 8-10pm: The final performance of The Arctic Theatre Royal. Hosted by AS220 as part of their NightVisions series will be presented at: Grant’s Block, 260 Westminster Street. Free. more info HERE

 

Athenaeum Exhibit closing with Q&A:

Thursday, 9/11, 5-7pm: An Arctic Exhibition and Closing Celebration with The Wonder Show.
At the Providence Athenaeum. Free. More information about the exhibit can be found HERE.

Read about the Exhibit

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If you haven’t seen the Arctic Theatre Royal, this will be your last chance next Wednesday! Marking our final show you can expect some extra spectacle: Snow in September, large scale projections, an arctic photo booth, and more! Not to mention our tiny theater will be accompanying us for this last endeavor. Additionally, if you haven’t had the chance to see the amazing collection of items now on display at the Philbrick Rare Book Room you are invited to join us in a closing celebration of the exhibit: A Peep at the Arctic: Visions of Polar Exploration, 1818-1909, as well as a celebration and closing of this project as a whole. Hope to see you at these final events, thank you all for your support!