On the anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), two theater organizations join forces on Saturday September 26 ( 2PM Pacific, 5PM Eastern) to virtually present award-winning playwright Tanya Shaffer's MANATEE ON MARS, a dramedy about the struggles that children on the spectrum and their families face in the American school system.
While Carpenter Square Theatre has postponed the opening of its regular Season 37, it is still working to entertain and enrich the community. The theater will present the fifth edition of a?oeCST LiveOnline!a?? by airing an Old Time Radio comedy at 7 p.m. September 18-19.
Cleveland Play House has announced that its 2020-2021 theatrical season will include a series of virtual performances, programs, and special events. Amid the health, safety, and economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis, Cleveland Play House (CPH) will provide engaging, inspiring, and entertaining programming during its 105th consecutive season of serving the Northeast Ohio community.
The Government of South Australia and the Art Gallery of South Australia are today pleased to announce that Mr Jason Karas has been appointed as the incoming Chair of the Art Gallery Board effective from today, 17 September. Karas, who currently sits on AGSA's board, will take the place of Tracey Whiting AM.
Amorphous. Sinuous. Surreal expressions of capitalism's encroachment into the increasingly fleeting moments of sleep. The noise. The city. 24/7 energy. Jesse Wine's latest sculptures capture the contemporary moment: one that is uncertain, politically fraught, and ultimately precarious.
Tony and Grammy-nominated actress, Sydney Lucas, and Broadway and TV veteran, Eli Tokash, in association with the Broadway Podcast Network present this week's episode of TAKE A BOW. Joshua Colley takes his bow in this week's episode of Take A Bow!
To celebrate its 25th season, DANCE NOW is presenting a series of online events featuring new and archival digital works by more than 40 innovative dance makers on its new web platform, dancenow.online.
COCA will celebrate its Grand Opening Season on Sunday, October 11, with an immersive and joyful film experience: Art Leads the Way: A Grand Opening Film. Created by COCA's Artistic Team and filmmaker Marco Williams with Human Picture Productions, Art Leads the Way: A Grand Opening Film honors COCA's enduring commitment to serve as an inclusive creative hub for St. Louisans. It also serves as an expression of gratitude and a moment of celebration for the successful completion of the Create our Future Campaign.
At the start of September, JAG Productions, Writer/Director Stevie Walker-Webb, 11 actors, two documentarians, a producer, and a chef set out on a month-long retreat to explore the question, 'Can a play be created outside the power structures and without reference to whiteness, in a pure expression of Black Joy?'
Jason SweetTooth Williams (Be More Chill) is fittingly turned into a cookie for this virtual performance video of an original new song by Eric Fegan (Music) and Jamie Maletz (Lyrics). With backup cookies played by Badia Farha (School of Rock), Cori Jaskier, Kennedy Kanagawa, MinJi Kim, Luana Psaros, and Dani Weiner and a cameo by Broadway lyricist Mindi Dickstein (who inspired the song), the piece is about quarantine snacking. Orchestrations are by Elspeth Collard.
Christy Love, Scott Davis and Mary Ludemann have been selected as the recipients of the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center's 2020 Lotus Awards and will be honored at a private reception Sept. 24.
Deeply Rooted Dance Theater (DRDT), which diversifies the aesthetics of contemporary dance by uniting modern, classical, American, and African-American traditions in dance and storytelling, announces additional details for Deeply 25: Beyond Dancea??The Celebration Begins. Launching the company's 25th anniversary season, the fundraiser offers in-person and virtual opportunities to celebrate DRDT on Saturday, October 17 at 7 p.m. CDT at the Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport, Chicago.
Play on! Food of Love, the force behind the Drama Desk Award-nominated productions of Shake & Bake: Love's Labour's Lost and Midsummer: A Banquet, will present one of Shakespeare's most beloved comedies with a virtual twist and their signature culinary flare. Shipwrecks, mistaken identities, and mouth-watering desserts are delivered directly to your kitchen in this immersive livestream benefitting the Food Bank For New York City!
Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company announce a socially distanced Garden Performance, and a return to historic roots at The Amphitheater of the Walled Garden of Untermyer's Yonkers estate, where Samuel and Minnie Untermyer watched The Isadorables perform in 1923.
Clutch Productions has announced the show will go on, despite the pandemic, of their annual empowHER Reading Series, featuring one-act plays and short screenplays by emerging female (and female-identifying) writers.
A fractal is a pattern that repeats itself at different scales. It is ideal for modeling nature: a tree is a branch of a branch of a branch; mountains are peaks within peaks; clouds are puffs of puffs, and so on.
Colorado Ballet announces the release of its first original piece in their Where Ballet Meets You digital performance series, HOPE, choreographed by Ballet Master Sandra Brown. Artists and couple Francesca Martoccio and Nicolas Pelletier worked with Sandra Brown via Zoom to learn the two-and-a-half-minute piece before it was performed and captured in Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. The work is set to the first movement of Bach's Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, which Colorado Ballet Orchestra cellist Charles Lee performed live at the park alongside the dancers.
The Harkness Dance Center announces a new Artist Workshop Series of online master classes with current and former Artists in Residence, featured choreographers and presented performers. Workshops take place every other Saturday throughout the fall starting on Saturday, September 26, offering access to some of the most engaging, insightful, and motivational artists currently creating work in the dance world.
Crossroads Theatre Company is proud to be among the national arts and cultural organizations, theatres and museums around the country that are partnering with the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) which is hosting a nationwide watch party of the documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble.