"EXPERIENCING A SPACE - AND THE POTENTIAL STORIES BUILT IN IT'S HISTORY - IN THAT WAY, WITH SOMEONE REFLECTING AND EMBODYING THE ESSENCE OF IT, IS BOTH UNIQUE AND THRILLING. "
- RACHEL GALLAHER (CITYARTS, SEATTLEDANCEANNUAL)
The Home: The Stimson-Green Mansion is one of Seattle's most historically, culturally, and architecturally significant residential properties in the city.
The Project: Heart Content: The Stimson family received most of their wealth from lumbar. The heart content is the center of the tree where the sap hardens and expands over time. The bigger the heart content, the better the building wood. CabinFever's Heart Content ncouraged audience members to rice around the Stimson-Green Mansion and experience the timelessness of the human condition set to the tune of the stories of the family and the Kirkland Cutter architecture. This was made possible by the 4culture Site Specific Project Grant.
Performances: November 8, 10, 15, & 17 2013 (all sold out performances)
Performers: Doug Barber, Anna Goren, Rebekka Goldsmith, Sarah Lustbader, Mike Rimoin, Emily Sferra, Dylan Ward.
Costumes: Erik Andor
Lighting: Evan Anderson
Videography: Justin Huguet & Joy Jacobs
Photography: Joy Jacobs
Artistic Director: Elana Jacobs