Cyrus Teed, the leader of the Koreshan Unity Community, is having one of his visions again, this time late in his life, a fevered vision occasioned by a lingering illness brought about after having been brutally assaulted in Fort Myers. He imagines a new utopia, one to replace what he and his followers had built in Estero at the turn of the last century: a clean, electric world for a new Adam and Eve. Join us, for a moon-lit and music-filled procession among Calusa spirit-animals, on the historic grounds of the Koreshan Unity Community, where Teed and his follows lived, worked, worshipped, created and performed music, art, and theatre. Ghostbird Theatre returns to the Koreshan State Historical Site with a night of playfulness and wonder inspired by the people of the Unity and the celebrations of their cosmic home. Please note that this play will require that you walk along the groomed dirt paths of the Koreshan State Historic Site. We recommend that you wear comfortable, sensible shoes for the occasion. We also recommend that you dress comfortably and in layers, as our subtropical weather can be unpredictable. This play is sponsored in part by grants from the State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Lee County Tourist Development Council, and the City of Fort Myers. General - $20.00 Student - $10.00
Koreshan State Historic Site 3800 Corkscrew RdEstero,Florida33928United States
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