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August 5, 2011, by

Variation #38: Jacob Zimmer


“Do unto others 20% better than you would expect them to do unto you, to correct for subjective error.”

– Linus Pauling




Photo by Daniel Arce - Click to enlarge

In 2005, unbeknownst to almost everyone, theatre and dance artists Ame Henderson, Chad Dembski, and Jacob Zimmer spent a summer at Hub 14 making a “play”. Six years later, after more than a dozen shows and national and international tours, they return to spend another August at Hub 14.

Perhaps in a Hundred Years is a tender science fiction story about three friends stuck in outer space, waiting for the future to arrive. Despite an almost overwhelming pessimism for the long term future, which many of us share, Perhaps in a Hundred Years endeavors to keep it upbeat, or at least tenderly, militantly, hopeful.

Runs August 4th to 14th at Hub 14.

Click here for dates, times and ticket info on the SummerWorks website.

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  1. maggie says:

    Space Camp.

    Thank You Jacob.

    Back when he was Leaf Phoenix and not Joaquin….

  2. Jacob Zimmer says:

    Thank Kilby Smith-McGregor – she’s the one who alerted us to Space Camp

  3. Tommy T says:

    Love The American Astronaut. Saw it at TIFF in 2001 and the director, COry McAbee was supposed to be there, but it was the day after 9/11 and all flights were cancelled. His follow-up, Stingray Sam is also mucho wonderful