2021-04-22 Agnes Revisited
From Kathi Venios
Presented by the Bucknell Humanities Center, with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Conceived by Andrew Stuhl and Bethany Fitch, to mark the 50th Anniversary of the 1972 Agnes Flood.
Assembled from the stories provided by those who lived through Agnes, June 1972. Script devised and arranged by Bethany Fitch, Clare McGowan, Lydia Palumbo, Gerard Stropnicky, Andrew Stuhl, and Katrien Weemaes.
“Disaster and Decomposition” is a Toy Theatre created by Orli Maia Bernstein and Lydia Palumbo. Students in THEA 347 Visual Style and three students from ENST 411 collaborated on visual storytelling. Sandy Spieler, artist and environmental activist, inspired the Toy Theatre projects through workshops in Elaine Williams’ classes. Video by Maxwell Wilhelm of Primrose Media.
“Flow” excerpt features dancers Clare McGowan and Katrien Weemaes, with choreography by Kelly Knox and music by Daniel Temkin. Video by Maxwell Wilhelm of Primrose Media.
Hurricane Brewing in the Caroline, as well as instrumental selections, composed and performed by Tommy Patten, Lewisburg PA. Used by permission, Tommy Patten Music.
Photo Montages by Dr. Andrew Stuhl.
Zoom Masters: Jeffrey Campbell and Jesse Greenawalt
Gerard Stropnicky, Bucknell University Storyworker-in-Residence Spring '21, Editor, Director and Curator
Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way
Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce
Lewisburg Neighborhoods Corporation
Newsradio 1070 WKOK
Pennsylvania Organization for Watersheds and Rivers
SEDA-COG Flood Resiliency Program
Stories on Tap
Susquehanna Life Magazine
Susquehanna Life Out Loud Podcast
Susquehanna Valley Mediation