Guild Hall and the Watermill Center have teamed up to present “The Momentum,” which was developed in its early stages at the Watermill Residency Program in 2010. It went on to be presented in Boston and New York, where it won an award at the 2010 International Fringe Festival.
CollaborationTown is known for ensemble-driven theatrical works that seek out new ways of storytelling. It produces new plays intended to be relevant beyond traditional theater audiences. “The Momentum,” which has been praised for its smart writing and cast, takes a look at the ever-expanding world of self-help marketing and New Age-y chicanery.
The performance will take place on the stage of the John Drew Theater on Saturday 8 p.m. Tickets are $20, $10 for students.
On Tuesday, Guild Hall’s fall Naked Stage season begins with “Where We Are” by Kristen Lowman and led by Ms. Lowman, 7:30 p.m. Other artists will include Sam Underwood, Georgia Warner, Nick Fondulis, Claire Karpen, Jason Scott Quinn, and Rosie Macquire. The performance is free.