Jane Carver

Cincinnati, OH

An abandoned baby, a ship’s crew, and an ancient superstition…

A baby is left by strangers on a dock. The crew, afraid to bring her on board because of an ancient superstition, decide to hitch a tiny boat to their ship and steer her through the wild seas. Anchorette is a poetic recitation with musical interludes for voice and concertina. 

Category: Solo Performance

Tags: #homewhenyouwander, #concertinaserenade #therimeofanchorette

Rating: PG-13

Venue: 1316 Main St

Please note there is no late seating for this production.

Based on current infection rates and active cases, Cincy Fringe plans to make masking encouraged, but optional in performance spaces for audiences for the 2023 Festival.

Please note that we will re-evaluate this policy if infection rates rise significantly before or during the Festival, in the interest of keeping the festival accessible to our most vulnerable artists, patrons, and staff.

Thank you for your understanding.

Artist Bio

Jane Carver is an artist, writer and composer. She has held residencies at The Association for Cultural Equity: The Alan Lomax Archive, The American Folklife Center, and Transformer, and has performed with the New York Bulgarian Women’s Choir and The National Choir of Cuba. Check out her albums The Drunken Almanac and Point of Grace on Bandcamp, or wherever you find your music.

Past Fringe Credits