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Perhaps in a Hundred Years ()

Produced by

Hub 14 and Small Wooden Shoe

Presented by

The SummerWorks Performance Festival

Creators: Jacob Zimmer and Chad Dembski and Ame Henderson and Kilby Smith-McGregor


Hub 14


August 4th, 2011 – August 14th, 2011


Perhaps in a Hundred Years is a tender science fiction story about three friends stuck in outer space, waiting for the future to arrive. They tell stories, sing songs, pass notes, and try to answer some questions about communism, candy bars and parties. Dancing, lip syncs and quiet beauty fill the space. Our heroes are surprisingly optimistic, given the conditions outside, armed as they are with cheerful pop songs and over a millennium worth of utopias. 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.

Perhaps in a Hundred Years mixes space-rock show with confessional, talk show with theatre to create vital performance for the future.  (Perhaps in a Hundred Years Facebook Event)


Chad Dembski Performer
Ame Henderson Performer
Jacob Zimmer Performer

Creative Team

Jacob Zimmer Conceived by
Chad Dembski Creator
Ame Henderson Creator
Kilby Smith-McGregor Creator