You’re invited to a virtual tour of the North Pole! Jojo and Francis, two hard-working and enthusiastic elves, are welcoming special kids to the NP for a first-of-its-kind experience and -- uh oh! Something seems to be going wrong with the reindeer, the toy-makers, and the nice list! Can you help the elves restore order in time for Santa’s yearly delivery?
After the success of Bourgeois’ first collaboration with the company called Little song for NDT 2 in 2019, Nederlands Dans Theater will present his newest and first NDT 1 piece I wonder where the dreams I don’t remember go.
Former MSMT intern Mickey White (2017) leads The Washington St. Carolers – a 'door to door' professional A Cappella ensemble who sing traditional Carols dressed in beautiful traditional 'caroler' attire, all while supporting unemployed performers.
Hailed by The Wall Street Journal and now streamed by thousands of streaming audience members across the nation, TheatreSquared's The Half-Life of Marie Curie will extend nationwide streaming through January 17, 2021 to meet demand.
Utopia has acquired the North American rights to The Emoji Story, the feature documentary that dives into the creation and ever evolving world of emoji, from its humble beginnings in Japan to the worldwide phenomenon and global digital language it is today. Utopia will release The Emoji Story on VOD on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020.
Featuring new performers with every show, the weekly, award-winning Piano Bar Live! (PBL!) A Night at Rose's Turn, Part 3, streams tomorrow Tuesday, December 22nd at 7:15 pm ET, with hosts Scott Barbarino and Mark Alan celebrating the now iconic club, Roses Turn.
It has been announced that legendary music director, Paul Gemignani, will release a memoir, GEMIGNANI - Life and Lessons from Broadway and Beyond, in Fall 2021 from Applause Theatre and Cinema Books. The biography is written by Margaret Hall.
Newly adapted for the screen, Felder performed the acclaimed work from a rich, filmic setting from Florence, Italy, offering a front row seat for this intimate look at the music and life of a great genius from locations where the composer lived and worked.
Houston based playwright Bryan-Keyth Wilson was selected by a committee as the first place winner of the 2020 Show Me The Monologue Playwriting Competition. FOR COLORED BOYZ on the verge of a nervous breakdown/ when freedom aint enuff was among a group of high caliber projects selected from over 100 submissions nationwide. The Show Me the Monologue Competition is presented by the Paterson Performance Arts Council in New Jersey.
The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa's Department of Theatre + Dance and Kennedy Theatre Online are pleased to announce an upcoming live speaking engagement with queer dance artist and activist Dr. Keith Hennessy on Friday January 22, 2021 via Zoom.
National New Play Network, the country's alliance of nonprofit theaters that collaborate in innovative ways to develop, produce, and extend the life of new plays, has announced the recipient of this year's Annual Commission: Nambi E. Kelley, in partnership with San Diego Repertory Theatre, will develop her new play, Project American X.
Seattle Center Festál, 24 cultural festivals presented by Seattle Center in partnership with regional community organizations, returns for its 24th year in 2021. This unique and revealing series turned virtual in 2020 in response to the pandemic, and most Festál events will remain partially or fully online in 2021.
Created to enhance the experience of the Orlando Science Center's blockbuster exhibit, Pompeii: The Immortal City, the Women of Pompeii is an original theater project that offers an archeological dig of a theatrical kind, one that focuses on the heart of life for a woman in an ancient empire. In three, original, entertaining experiences—virtual and live—Mad Cow Theatre provides a dramatic window into the lives of the women of Pompeii. Who were they? What did they leave behind? And what if their ghosts could tell the tale?
Artistic Stamp, the original plays-by-mail company, is proud that in a year marred by decimation to the theater industry, they have employed and paid 38 actors in addition to the eight playwrights and creative team. The interactive experiences are written by Liz Duffy Adams, Ben Bonnema, November Christine, West and Dash Hyler, Timothy Huang, Jahn Sood, Elyne Quan, and Natalie Ann Valentine.
Responding to the lack of financial help available to performers & musicians most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, impresario Nick Atkinson has put together a once in a lifetime collaboration fundraising production celebrating the hope, joy, and spirit of the Holidays.
On Saturday, December 26 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Theater for the New City (TNC), 155 First Ave., will present the seventh installment of 'Open 'Tho Shut,' its afternoon of 'walk-by theater' that is staged in its set shop and visible from East Tenth Street between First and Second Avenues.
The Marcus Performing Arts Center has created a program, “Sounds of Healing” that offers patients and healthcare staff a reprieve from the challenges of being in the hospital or working in the hospital during a global pandemic.
A new dance film is coming to FLTPK (flatpack) - an innovative way to access new dance films created by world class artists. Recently featured in the Guardian, FLTPK was founded by world-renowned choreographer, Trey McIntyre, as a direct response to adapting dance to the COVID-19 era.
Bloomingdale School of Music will offer virtual music classes for the spring semester beginning February 6, 2021. Bloomingdale classes aim to educate students and instill discipline, fun and a passion for self-expression through music through high-quality instruction throughout the year. Music has the power to change lives and the curriculum is designed to reflect this philosophy. The School offers classes for a variety of instruments and for every type of student at all skill levels, as well as virtual ensembles. To register and learn more, visit https://www.bsmny.org/classes/spring2020/.
Broken Nose Theatre will present BECHDEL FEST 8: REALIGN, the company’s annual festival of new short plays featuring an ensemble of femme, female-identifying, non-binary, trans and queer actors talking about things other than men.
Pride Arts today announced it will resume its “Pride in Place” series of one-night only live virtual readings, beginning with an adaptation of Shakespeare’s gender-bending comedy TWELFTH NIGHT on January 12, 2021, directed by Peter Vamvakas.