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Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 10:46 am | Updated: 1:59 pm, Wed Jan 16, 2013.

I received this cryptic yet intriguing email from our friends in the theater community, and needless, the interest is piqued:

“All are invited to an invitational meeting with Revive the Red Tent to discuss its upcoming project ‘The Luxury of Suffering.’ Directed by Jill Shipman and Stephanie Gottschalk and produced by Revive the Red Tent, this project will be a collaborative group process creating structured movement/text pieces around the concept of fear. No movement or theater experience is necessary to attend this invitational meeting. There will be a brief explanation of the project by Jill and Stephanie, followed by some brief movement and theatrical exercises. Please bring comfortable clothing and an open mind.”

Revive the Red Tent is a Fairbanks-based production and theater company that prides itself on offering a creative outlet for theater and art that can be outside the norm. The invitational meeting is noon Saturday in the Great Hall of the Fine Arts Complex on campus at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

If you go, drop me a tweet and let me know how it is. We’re a little excited.

Contact Features Editor Gary Black at 459-7504, by email at gblack@newsminer.com or on Twitter at @FDNMfeatures. 

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