Yasmin Gurreeboo, has been announced as the new Artistic Director and Co-CEO of ActNow Theatre! She first joined us in 2016 as our Associate Director and has been working on projects such as Responding to Racism, Like Me, Like You and leading Theatre of the Global Majority.
Actor Bruce Sabath (Company, Cagney, Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish) celebrated the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris by producing an uplifting music video of the song 'Beautiful City' from the Stephen Schwartz musical Godspell. The video features Sabath in locations around New York. Also featured are photographs of New York City, submitted by Sabath's colleagues and fans, who responded to a mention of the project on social media.
Tonight, many of Broadway's brightest stars united to celebrate the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris with a medley of the classic showtunes 'Seasons of Love' from Rent and 'Let the Sunshine In' from Hair.
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Katrinah Carol Lewis and Steve Perigard have been named Interim Co-Artistic Directors of Virginia Repertory Theatre by Managing Director Phil Whiteway, effective immediately. This six-month engagement is in sync with the longer term planning process that the Virginia Rep Board will begin at the end of this month.
SDSO subscription series concert featuring Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3 (“Scottish”), Horn Concerto No. 2 by Richard Strauss, and Already Yesterday or Still Tomorrow by contemporary American composer Frank J. Oteri. Oteri's work, a world premiere, was created in reaction to the ongoing global pandemic.
Rising Talent Magazine is back with Concert #10 to Benefit The Actors Fund! The concert will be taking place throughout the day on Saturday, January 23rd on Rising Talent Magazine's Instagram LIVE: http://Instagram.com/RisingTalentMag
Public Domain is a rapid whistle-stop tour through the world of Facebook, Instagram and the like. The verbatim show uses snippets from real social media posts and news broadcasts to curate scenes that highlight the lighter and darker shades of sharing our lives online.
Join Dance Films Association for a conversation with filmmaker Nic Petry and editor Julie Rooney of Dancing Camera, and Duke Dang, General Manager of Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim.
In true Breakfast Club fashion, Rooftop Cinema Club (RCC) are saying “Don't you forget about me” as they end their run at The Drive-In at Santa Monica Airport. RCC's contactless drive-in experience at this location will end after February 6th, but they plan to be back in LA later this year.
Peninsula Players Theatre has announced the cast for 'The Dust of Death,' an adaptation by Neil Brookshire of Fred Merrick White's science-fiction short story, 'The Dust of Death: The Story of the Great Plague of the Twentieth Century.'
A Better & Nobler Man, written by Sheldon Gleisser and directed by Michael Herring, is the story of Chester A. Arthur, James Garfield’s Vice President. Arthur became the 21st President of the United States, an office he never wanted, when Charles Guiteau assassinated James Garfield in 1881. Live Stream performance on Friday, January 22nd at 7:00 PM. More info at www.redherring.info Video On-Demand January 24th through April 30th. Tickets https://www.showtix4u.com/events/17740
The Marsh brings people from all walks of life to share their deeply personal journeys in the MarshStream Solo Arts Heal series. This Wednesday series, which features performance excerpts, talkbacks, and Q&A with Dr. Annie Brewster and Caroline Wright (Jan. 20), Hope Singsen (Jan. 27), and Samuel A. Simon (Feb. 3), will be hosted by Gail Schickele.
The gorgeous open air festival takes place over the stunning, sun kissed Albanian Riviera for five days of non stop music, dancing, relaxing and for the first time this year, will also include a special Culture Week offering with a rich array of art, performance and much more.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will return to Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hall of Sculpture from Feb. 12-14 to present seven performances of “Boléro,” featuring new choreography from PBT Artistic Director Susan Jaffe.