Themes include gay life in the '80s to the concept of gender reveal. Registering for a link will allow you to watch all the plays performing in that time slot. None of these plays in the festival have been performed before. So you're getting the first look at some of the most exciting and upcoming cutting edge plays that the festival has to offer.
Lantern Theater Company continues its reimagined 2020/21 season with the announcement of Plays from the Lantern Archives, a new program celebrating some of the finest productions from recent seasons brought vividly back to life on screen.
A tight, dynamic, and very enjoyable cabaret show that will feature some of Cinnabar's professional artists as well as the youth performers. A cavalcade of great performances that will have you tapping your feet, singing along and longing for the days when we can all be together again in the theater.
Atlantic Acting School equips their students with the physical, emotional, and analytical tools of acting to discover their truths and prepare them for success beyond our doors. Atlantic Acting has trained and mentored outstanding artists for more than 30 years.
Two-time Tony Nominee Christine Andreas sings Piaf, No Regrets - a musical celebration of the music and life of Edit Piaf. Streaming Saturday, February 20th and 27th from the Cabaret Project St. Louis.
Anchorage Concert Association created the Community Artist Project to partner with local artists to create short-term projects that provide connections between communities throughout Anchorage while social events, venues, and performances remain limited due to the COVID-19 crisis.
On each of the two days, Playful People will stream one of the children's cast productions at 1pm, and a youth/family production at 5pm. Each streaming will be preceded by a one-hour pre-party with various activities (some including marshmallows) and interviews with cast members, and will be followed by a 30-minute post-show where cast members can gather on screen and reminisce.
JING Las Vegas located at Downtown Summerlin will be hosting a wine tasting every Tuesday, starting Tuesday, February 23. Each wine tasting will take place in the restaurant's chic main dining room with live music. The first two wine tasting Tuesdays will feature pairings from the Notorious Pink Wine Series, which hail from France.
Dramaturgas y dramaturgos mexicanos, así como de nacionalidad extranjera con residencia mínima de cinco años en el país podrán concursar por el Premio Nacional de Dramaturgia Juan Ruiz de Alarcón 2021, convocado por la Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno de México, el Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL), a través de la Coordinación Nacional de Literatura (CNL), y el Gobierno del estado de Guerrero, mediante la Secretaría de Cultura de la entidad.
The University of Hartford's The Hartt School presents the Spring Senior Dance Concert, “Beyond Sight.” Performances are Friday, March 12, 2021 at 7:30pm and Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 2:00pm and 7:30pm (all times in EST). All three shows will be livestreamed from The University of Hartford's Lincoln Theater through www.hartford.edu/harttstream.
More than 950 artists from 70 countries played a game of TELEPHONE, in which a message was passed from art form to art form. The message could become a poem, then a painting, then a film, then a dance, as it was passed 7,177,703 kilometers between 489 cities. An interactive, online exhibition of these hundreds of original, interconnected works will debut to the public for free on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 9am EST at https://phonebook.gallery/.
Draw names to assemble four teams from a list of 16 theatre artists, give them a theme and 48 hours, and come out the other end with 4 short, world premiere, plays. Oh, and do it all virtually, too. That's the premise behind Open Book's Weekend Wonders online new play festival.
By popular demand, in conjunction with Chicago Theatre Week, Metropolis Performing Arts Centre reopens streaming on-demand for their production of Ken Ludwig's Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery February 25-March 7, 2021.
Aaron Singletary will perform 'Fragile,' in honor of long-time ITNY performer Alyssa Stith and Black History Month. Fragile is choreographed by Douglas Webster with music by Sting. Professional soloist Val Levine will perform Arctic Memory
The concerts will have limited total capacity and appropriate social distancing between patrons; mask wearing will be required at all times and performances will be 60-75 minutes long without intermission.
This spring, the Artist's Institute and SculptureCenter are co-organizing a series of talks and conversations to inspire new thinking about the future of small arts institutions. The invited speakers are artists who have deep and varied experiences working within and alongside arts organizations. Experimentation, artistic leadership, racial and economic justice, community building, and sustainability are among the topics they'll discuss.
M.A.D.D. Rhythms, Chicago's premier tap collective, is proud to announce new video content created by principal dancers Star Dixon, Donnetta Jackson and KJ Sheldon celebrating and commemorating Black History and Women's History months.
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts announces Hershey Felder, PUCCINI, a world premiere live streamed musical event produced by HERSHEY FELDER PRESENTS – LIVE FROM FLORENCE and benefiting The Wallis, on Sunday, March 14, 2021, 5 pm Pacific, and available for on-demand streaming through Sunday, March 21.
Curio Theatre Company springs back after the pandemic closures with a massive installation celebrating the life and career of Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, the famed violinist, composer and fencer whose story has been buried by history.
The livelihoods of touring musicians, club owners, technicians, and venue staffers have been thwarted by the pandemic and Vocal Gumbo strives to keep the music happening, keep the bills paid, and keep the hope alive that one day we'll be venturing out to a clubs and experiencing the magic of live music together once again.
MusicaNova performs two live concerts in March, BURKINA DREAMS OF THE DESERT as part of its Classical Lounge Series with Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, and STABAT MATER at Scottsdale Presbyterian Church.
With those words, a man named Norman Morrison set out to make a statement, a grand gesture, an extreme act. With his one year old child in tow, he made the ultimate sacrifice to bring attention to the atrocities happening in Vietnam.