Death Fog: 3 Performances presented at Santa Rosa Arts Center

Sat, June 20, 2020, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Pesticides change the life of Farmer Gene in Death Fog. The premiere of this short six-minute monologue is part of National Arts Drive day, The play will be performed three times: 1:15p, 1:30p, 1:45p.
Note: Audience will be limited to accommodate standard social distancing guidelines.
Sonoma County Actor David Gonzalez will portray Farmer Gene. The play, written by Karen Pierce Gonzalez, is based upon a short story by the same name. Karen is a Sonoma County writer and artist. She is also a member of the Santa Rosa Arts Center’s Advisory Board.
The National Arts Drive is an online & offline grassroots movement and fundraising campaign to bring awareness and financial support to local artists on a national scale.
On that one day, artists in select cities across the U.S, Canada and Mexico will display, perform and showcase their creativity from driveways, balconies, windows, stoops, front lawns, or participating local small businesses (where applicable and safe) between 1 and 4 pm PST..
Community supporters are invited to drive their city blocks and suburban streets to see, hear, and support the artists, performers, musicians, and designers living in their community from a safe distance.
Santa Rosa Arts Center provides artists of many experience levels an opportunity to exhibit their work in a beautiful gallery setting. The non-profit sponsors art shows, live music concerts, benefits, classes and much more. Details: santarosaartscenter.org or (707) 526-0135.

Santa Rosa Arts Center

312 South A Street

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