The Young Professionals Company at Oregon Children's Theatre announces its first virtual performance of its season, In the Forest She Grew Fangs by Stephen Spotswood. A dark, bewitching, and bloody deconstruction of Red Riding Hood, the production takes on werewolves, teen lust, and high school bullies, and examines the question of who is prey and who is predator.
The Paley Center for Media today announced the latest program in its acclaimed PaleyIMPACT series: The Role of Media in Economic Equality. Verizon is an official sponsor of this program, which will be available on the Paley Channel on Verizon Media's Yahoo Entertainment starting Friday, October 30 at Noon EST/9:00 am PST. This program is also part of [email protected] Presented by Citi series.
A small group of family and friends gathered Monday at the historic Minton's Playhouse in Harlem to celebrate the life of Stanley Crouch, the 74-year old author, journalist, critic, playwright, poet and NEA Jazz Master who died in New York September 16 following a long illness.
After more than seven months in lockdown, The Gazillionaire emerged from his million-dollar bunker beneath Caesars Palace yesterday to host a history-making performance of ABSINTHE by Spiegelworld, the first major production show to reopen in Las Vegas since the city's stage lights were dimmed in March.
Love & Lightstream (L&LS), a drive-in concert experience, announces event updates and the very latest artist lineup for their upcoming shows in their innovative and socially-distanced live music series taking place for three more consecutive weekends from now through Sunday, Nov. 15.
The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy will present Have You Ever Wanted to Write Your Life Stories but Didn't know How to Start? A workshop with 4 classes on Monday, December 7, 14, 21, and 28th, 2020 from 10:30AM to 12:00PM.
The six teens selected as Kaufman Music Center's 2020-21 Luna Composition Lab Fellows range in age from 14 to 17 and hail from New York City, Los Angeles and Harrisonburg, VA. They are: Vera Gjaja (age 15), Alisha Heng (age 17), Marina Zurita McKinnon (age 16), Jordan Millar (age 14), Zola Saadi-Klein (age 17) and Azalea Twining (age 14).
Like most performing arts venues around both the county and the country, Arts Garage has slowly but heroically started to re-emerge from the devastating COVID-19 shutdown. First with the popular series, Music At Home: Live From Arts Garage, followed a few weeks ago with Theatre Live From Arts Garage that offered both a live and simultaneously live-streamed performance of a timely and thought-provoking one-act play.
Committed to continuing to reach audiences during these challenging times for live performance, Simone Dinnerstein announces virtual performance highlights between October 31, 2020 and January 8, 2021, including concerts presented online by Dumbarton Oaks, the Boulder Philharmonic, ArtsRock, Oregon Bach Festival, Miller Theatre at Columbia University, and Music Worcester. Dinnerstein's repertoire for the fall season is wide ranging and includes music by Philip Glass, Richard Danielpour, J.S. Bach, Schubert, Schumann, Satie, and Couperin.
Reaching into its archival treasure trove of rarely seen recordings of past events, The American Dance Guild continues their virtual offering 10 Years Over 10 Weeks, a rich collection of video performances of honorees and guest artists over the last ten years of ADG Performance Festivals.
Ghostlight Records has announced that the new album from Eddie Perfect, Beetlejuice – The Demos! The Demos! The Demos! will be available as a Halloween surprise in digital and streaming formats on Friday, October 30.
Just in time for Halloween Caitlin Baer will present a reading of her dark play The Society featuring Sophia Anne Caruso (Beetlejuice), Nikhil Saboo (Mean Girls), and Nathan Salstone (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child).
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (HSDC) and Chicago Dancemakers Forum (CDF) are partnering on a special collaboration which pairs 20 artists with one another for a project dubbed “10x10| Crossbody Collaborations.”
Cady McClain has crafted an emotionally stirring and eye-opening short documentary (11 minutes) that gives voice to the experiences of four girls within the foster care system. Jalynn Snyder, Aneles Maxwell-Carter, Madison Gates, and Katherine Belendez literally and figuratively unmask themselves to speak with unbridled authenticity and candor about the dysfunctions and addictions that led them to foster care. But they also speak to the power of possibility that can lift them far beyond their past experience.
theatreWashington announced an expansion of the Taking Care COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, originally organized in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the sudden loss of work for professional theatre-makers in our region. The expansion includes an increase in the amount of the grants available to individual theatre professionals and of the fundraising goal to meet those needs.
Encompass Productions presents the WORLD PREMIERE of HOMECOMING, A New Theatre Festival, 10 – 14 November, 2020. White Bear Theatre, Kennington – London, 138 Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4DJ. Tickets: £16. Concessions: £14 Tickets available via: www.whitebeartheatre.co.uk
Broadway stars, historical women, and family-friendly showstoppers. Musical theatre writing team Bird & Mirabella present, 'What Will She Do Next?'; a musical podcast focused on key, decision making moments in the lives of history's greatest women.
Round House Theatre, in association with McCarter Theatre Center, announces additional details for The Work of Adrienne Kennedy: Inspiration & Influence, a four-week festival highlighting the award-winning playwright.
Last spring, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada (NYO Canada) joined the rest of the nation – and the world – in struggling to meet the new realities of the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the many challenges, NYO Canada was determined not to let down the deserving and gifted young musicians who had worked so hard to earn a place for its 60th anniversary season and international tour.