A free zoom seminar this Friday, October 30, 2020 from 12:00-2:00pm PT. This week's event covers: How to Feed the Light and Starve the Dark in Your Life with guest speaker, Sheena Metal is a psychic/medium, spiritual counselor,. Produced by Life Group LA.
Celebrated Portland band Sávila will helm the latest PCS Remix: Original Works offering, Earth Without Borders/Tierra Sin Fronteras. This music-centered film will feature new songs from the band, coupled with dance and visual offerings developed by band members Brisa Gonzalez, Fabiola Reyna, Papi Fimbres, and an exciting team of artists they've brought together for this project.
After Coffee & Cigarettes (2011) and Champagne & Cigarettes (2012), Aurora Theatre will is proud to present C&C vol. 3: COVID & Cigarettes, A collection of virtual 10-minute plays 13 original plays, 30 actors, 13 playwrights and 10 directors from all around the world (including Hong Kong, New York, Zurich, Sydney and more) have joined together to bring back the magic of the theatre – in the comfort of your home! To celebrate Aurora Theatre's ten-year anniversary, we are proud to present our first virtual- and global- production.
Conceived by Tony Abatemarco, Gary Grossman, Wendy Kout, Jeff Reno and Cameron Watson, We the People will run approximately 45 minutes and feature prominent theatrical artists & community leaders gathering together to talk personally about our Constitution and what voting means to them. Followed by a Q&A where the online audience is encouraged to join in and be part of the conversation.
Diversionary will host an exclusive Talk Back with George Takei and Josh Irving Gershick for the streaming AudioCast of Dear ONE: Love & Longing in Mid-Century Queer America with George Takei part of the AmeriQueer Series.
Live from the KDT launches with the multicamera virtually staged production of “Kristina Wong for Public Office” premiering online October 30 at 8pm Pacific and continuing on demand through November 29, 2020. Written and performed by Kristina Wong, “Kristina Wong for Public Office” is directed by Diana Wyenn and devised by Wong and Wyenn.
The Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan announces the lineup for its 14th Annual Other Israel Film Festival, which will virtually highlight some of the top cinema from Israel, coupled with meaningful discussion on the future of the region. The week-long festival will take place online from December 3 - 10, 2020.
Encore BSO Recitals stream features a diverse program of folk-style pieces including some of BSO violinist Bonnie Bewick's own arrangements and compositions, two contemporary works for woodwind quintet, and a world premiere recording of one-minute cello miniatures solicited and performed by BSO cellist Mickey Katz.
The Washington Pavilion and Orpheum Theater Center have an active schedule of events for children and adults during the Halloween weekend. A variety of programs includes a well-known movie, a live magic show, science experiments, a Tim Burton-inspired art exhibit and a free Halloween Festival.
The New York Arab American Comedy Festival is back—virtually, that is--to give people some laughs during these challenging times. What began as a began this festival in 2003 only two years after 9/11, has turned into the most successful comedy festival featuring Arab comics of different faiths.
In celebration of Filipino American (Fil-Am) History Month, 100 movers and shakers of Filipino descent will be feted in a digital ceremony through The Outstanding Filipino Americans (TOFA) Awards, a national award-giving body. The TOFA Awards, which have been customarily held annually at Carnegie Hall, also turn 10 this month. To mark this milestone, the TOFA Awards are honoring their list of “100 Most Influential Fil-Am Individuals and Organizations” or #TOFA100 on Saturday, October 31, 2020, at 9 p.m. EST (Sunday, at 9 a.m. PST) via YouTube and Facebook.
On The Spot, the 'always new' musical comedy show, is running every Monday night, live-streamed (via Zoom) on YouTube. Running Off-Broadway every week since 2015, the show is thrilled to be able to help keep comedy and the arts alive in this difficult time.
The Music Institute of Chicago announces that Lisa Brown will join the institution as Senior Director of Development, effective November 2, 2020. Brown will serve as a member of the organization's senior management team and be responsible for a broad range of fundraising and donor relations initiatives.
La Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno de México y el Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL) lamentan el sensible deceso del escultor mexicano Pedro Miguel Cervantes de Salvadores, referente en el arte escultórico del país y quien fue destacado integrante de la Academia de las Artes.
For the 110th Kritzerland show and the sixth online show, Kritzerland is doing Premieres and Encores - songs that have never been performed in any of the ten years of shows and a few encores of songs done in the live shows.
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) continues its long-standing partnership with WWFM – The Classical Network (89.1FM) with a special PSO Festival of Music consisting of curated performances from the PSO archives, and broadcast over three successive Fridays, November 6, 13, and 20, at 8pm.
Guerilla Opera, in partnership with HC Media, joins the opening weekend Boston New Music Festival with a live studio performance of Dreamwalker, which streams from HC Media at Harbor Place in Haverhill, MA on Friday, October 30, 2020 at 8:00PM EDT free via Facebook, Youtube, the HC Media website and Haverhill Public Access Channel 22.
Regional Theatre Tony Award Recipient Dallas Theater Center has announced a new film adaptation, In the Bleak Midwinter: A Christmas Carol for Our Time, that sets the classic Christmas novel in a modern setting.
Stop staring at the screen! Get out, revive your brain and participate in talkSTEM's self-guided walks highlighting remarkable Dallas art and architecture and inspire and engage naturally inquisitive young minds.
The Catalina Island Museum presents the exhibition Journey to the Titanic, featuring the first public display of 33 watercolor paintings by the late Los Angeles artist Gayle Garner Roski, which document her journey through the North Atlantic Ocean to visit the haunting remains of the RMS Titanic. The exhibition will be available for in-person viewing once the museum reopens.
Rising young performers of the New Orleans theater community are back to share their talents in “Raise Your Voice 3”, a benefit musical revue to raise money for the Angels' Place, a nonprofit charitable organization providing ongoing support services to children with life threatening illnesses and their families. Created and produced by local teen, Tess Fouchi, the production is put together by the youth performers themselves.