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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 30, 2021
The Artists' Legacy Foundation has announced that Nancy Rubins (b. 1952)-celebrated for her innovative sculptural practice-is the recipient of its 2021 Artist Award. The unrestricted merit award of $25,000 is given to a visual artist whose primary medium is painting or sculpture in recognition of their professional achievements.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 30, 2021
Co-playwrights Stan Zimmerman and Christian McLaughlin’s HAVE A GOOD ONE world premieres at the Dorie Theatre at The Complex October 2, 2021. Stan also directs a cast that includes Megan Cournoyer, Adrian Gamez, Tom Plumley and Tanner Stine. Had the chance to get some behind-the-scenes and early history of Stan’s most prolific career.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 30, 2021
Found out how to get tickets and about the new show. The Kimmel Cultural Campus will present Tony Award winner Alan Cumming and renowned journalist and singer Ari Shapiro on its Merriam Theater stage on Sunday, October 17, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. for Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 30, 2021
Simpatico Theatre, based in Philadelphia, is partnering with Pennsylvania's West Chester University to workshop a new touring production and exhibit that explores the country's current overdose epidemic.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 30, 2021
The Howard County Arts Council is joining Americans for the Arts and arts agencies across the nation in encouraging people to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month by supporting the arts in our community during the month of October.  
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 30, 2021
After a year-long postponement, IN  the MOMENT: a year through the arts in Wake County, presented by the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County with documentary photographer Christopher Janaro is now open.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 9, 2021
Popular art blog artamour celebrates its first anniversary with the opening of 'An Imaginal Affair', an eclectic exhibition of contemporary art featuring 40+ well-known artists from India and abroad.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 8, 2021
The Board of Trustees of the Boca Raton Historical Society today announce the first list of generous name donors for The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum (SBRHM), which is scheduled to re-open to the public on Wednesday, November 3, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 8, 2021
Tickets for GableStage's 23rd season are now on sale with streaming options. Intimate, edgy and inspiring, the new season presents three world premiere productions and one rolling premiere. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 8, 2021
In 'The Dark Outside' by Bernard Kops, a birthday celebration for a one-armed East London tailor, who is in a life crisis, brings home his three grown children.  All are facing traumatic changes.  It falls to his wife--the family matriarch and unfailing strength--to hold the clan together. 
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 8, 2021
Invoke Director’s Lab MISS JULES celebrated their opening last night! View the photos below for a sneak peek of the show.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 8, 2021
UTA Artist Space will present two concurrent solo exhibitions by artists Conrad Egyir and Maya Seas, on view from October 15 through November 13.
by Lauren Yarger - Oct 7, 2021
Producers speak about staging readings in the age of Covid at CT Chapter's first in-person get-together of the season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 7, 2021
 The Flea Theater today announced a major strategic evolution for the performing arts organization, committing to positive and equitable artists relations while prioritizing Black, brown, and queer artistry through partnership and programming.
by Review Roundups - Oct 7, 2021
Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway premiere of Ruben Santiago-Hudson's Lackawanna Blues, opens tonight at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Read all the reviews as they roll in!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 7, 2021
On Friday, October 22, 2021 at 6:30pm, Bang on a Can and The Noguchi Museum will present the final concert in the 2021 Artists at Noguchi season, a monthly series of performances in the Museum’s garden and galleries.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 7, 2021
Gallery Players opens its 55th season with And Away We Go by Terrence McNally - the first New York revival since its premiere in 2013.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 5, 2021
Infinity Festival, the event that brings together Silicon Valley innovators with Hollywood’s leading storytellers, announced today a slate of updates as it prepares to return to Hollywood at Goya Studios and the Dream Hotel, as well as online for global attendees from November 2-4, 2021.
by Kristen Morale - Oct 5, 2021
THIS WOULD LOOK GOOD ON YOU is the experience - even a life goal - we have all been searching to fulfill. Directed by Liza Cassidy and written/performed by Crispino, this 50-minute production is a romp through Crispino’s life through the various pieces of clothing she has accumulated throughout the years. Neatly hung on hangers and kept safe within boxes, these garments have either been passed on to her by family and friends, or personally purchased during more adventurous times of her life. From dresses to stockings, pajamas to lingerie and some perfectly matching handbags, Crispino’s soul is soon on display with each preserved garment she reveals.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 5, 2021
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art presents a multi-gallery survey show that captures the career arc and continued ascent of contemporary artist Beverly McIver. The exhibition “Beverly McIver: Full Circle” is on view from Feb. 12 to Sept. 4, 2022. 
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 5, 2021
The National WWI Museum and Memorial's annual Symposium returns after taking a hiatus due to Covid. The 2021 Symposium will be both offered virtually and in-person on Oct. 29-30 with presenters including Dan Carlin, Gary Sheffield, Patricia Cecil and Jay Sexton.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 4, 2021
The Joyce Theater Foundation welcomes the return of one of America's greatest modern choreographers, Lucinda Childs, with her masterpiece of modern choreography, DANCE.
by Gil Kaan - Oct 3, 2021
The national tour of SUN & SEA literally beaches at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA October 14th through the 16th. In its west coast debut, the producers of SUN & SEA will transform the Frank Gehry-designed former warehouse space into a sunny day at the beach with the installation of twenty-five tons of sand. Touring vocalists will be supplemented by L.A.-based choral group Tonality. Had the chance to get some behind-the-scenes’ scoop from MOCA’s associate curator of performance and programs Alex Sloane.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 16, 2021
The French Institute Alliance Française is proud to present the 2021 Crossing The Line Festival, which celebrates Africa's cultural renaissance with works by interdisciplinary artists coming out of the continent and diaspora.
by Charlie Wilks - Oct 15, 2021
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Suzan-Lori Parks confronts the audience with big themes in her thrilling and radical play, which has received its European premiere at The Bridge Theatre. The writer describes this work as something that, “rips the face off of civilisation.” And I’d agree that it certainly does. Taking an unflinching look at race in the 21st Century, from both a black and white perspective, this production is undeniably bold, but reflective of the place society finds itself in today.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 15, 2021
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will celebrate the life and legacy of Patricia Wilde – former PBT artistic director, New York City Ballet principal and renowned Balanchine dancer – on Friday, Oct. 22 on opening night for the company's 2021-2022 “Season Premiere” with the PBT Orchestra. 
by Michael Major - Oct 15, 2021
Kacy Hill has released her new album, 'Simple, Sweet and Smiling', which was made in collaboration with producers who have worked with high-profile artists, such as Adele, Vampire Weekend, and Charli XCX. Listen to the full album now and see where you can see Kacy Live with new tour dates!
by Ricky Pope - Oct 14, 2021
Barbara Bleier and Austin Pendleton are at it again. But to be honest, even during the pandemic they were never gone. They created a show that Pangea streamed for virtual audiences. Tonight that show LIFE, AND LOVE, AND WHO KNOWS WHAT ELSE?  had its debut in front of a live audience in the back room of Pangea. Bleier explained to us that when they were putting the show together two years ago, they intended to write a show with a political theme. But in these extraordinary times, they have discovered that really everything is political. Everything. And that’s the show they have put together: an evening about the politics of patriotism, the politics of career, the politics of aging, the politics of men and women, the politics of marriage, the politics of family, and the politics of falling in love. It is, in fact, a show about everything.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 14, 2021
August Wilson African American Cultural Center announces the world premiere of CIRCLES, a multi-faceted, multi-part project by STAYCEE PEARL dance project & Soy Sos, whose work celebrates and explores personal and collective expressions of Blackness and self-reclamation through dynamic dance-centered performances and visual arts experiences and builds on the Center's commitment to Black innovators.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2021
Orlando Fringe, producers of The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival announced January 13-16, 2022 as the dates of their 6th Annual Winter Mini-Fest, and will be bringing the annual event to Downtown Orlando.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2021
The Kennedy Center has released a sneak peek of Britta Joy Peterson's 'already there.' The performance runs October 28-30, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2021
Stanislav Ioudenitch, associate professor of music/piano and artistic director of Park University's International Center for Music, has been inducted into the 2021 class of the Steinway & Sons Teacher Hall of Fame.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 13, 2021
Kim Kanatani, Museum Director of UCI Institute and Museum of California Art (IMCA), today announced the appointment of Katlyn (Kate) Heusner as the Executive Director of Development, a new position, effective October 25, 2021.
by Michael Major - Oct 13, 2021
For a very limited window beginning October 25, the Bowie 75 locations will be up and running at 150 Wooster Street — steps away from Bowie’s longtime downtown New York City neighborhood. Fans will be able to view never-before-seen footage, purchase new merchandise, try on Bowie costumes, and more.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 13, 2021
Edmonton Art Club is celebrating 100 years with two fine art exhibitions in partnership with the Art Gallery of Alberta; A Century of Mark Making 1921 - 2021 and Making Art and Building Community: 100 Years of the Edmonton Art Club.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 12, 2021
Music-lovers are invited to a day of free pop-up concerts in Adelaide's iconic cultural institutions on North Terrace on Sunday, 14 November 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 12, 2021
Audience members who attend this experience will take on the role of Gotham City citizens. They will be able to wander the asylum and encounter some of their favorite characters, including Scarecrow, Catwoman, Poison Ivy and more.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 12, 2021
Maureen Fleming Company presents DANCES FROM HOME, a gallery installation and performance triptych by 2021 Guggenheim choreographer/performance artist Maureen Fleming. This unique series features live studio performances as well as Fleming's new and retrospective photography spanning her 40 years as an artist working in her Lower East Side studio.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 12, 2021
Manhattan Theatre Club's world premiere of Morning Sun, written by Tony Award winner Simon Stephens, directed by Drama Desk Award winner Lila Neugebauer, and starring Tony Award winner Blair Brown, four-time Emmy Award winner Edie Falco, and Tony Award nominee Marin Ireland, begins performances tonight at New York City Center – Stage I.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 12, 2021
Alex Poots, Artistic Director and CEO, today announced five new commissions by pioneering artists from across the performing arts, visual arts, and pop culture for The Shed’s winter/spring 2022 season.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 12, 2021
You may think you know the story, but you've never seen it like this. Paramount Theatre presents Cinderella, the beloved musical by the genius minds of Rodgers and Hammerstein, in a mesmerizing new production bringing a reimagined take on the classic children's story that has enchanted families for generations.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 11, 2021
Denver Arts & Venues will present three new Fall exhibitions at McNichols Civic Center Building, continuing to offer FREE art experiences for all.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 11, 2021
Dubbed “New York’s most famous unknown artist,” Ray Johnson was a pioneer of mail art, a groundbreaking figure in the worlds of Fluxus and Conceptual Art, and an early Pop artist whose use of celebrity imagery heralded Andy Warhol’s own appropriation in the 1960s.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 11, 2021
Presented by the Mills College Music Department and Center for Contemporary Music, the 2021-22 Mills Music Now Concert Series celebrates a rich tradition of experimentation and a glimpse into the future of a broad range of musical practices. The October Mills Music Now Concert offers a springboard into this tradition of experimentation with Sarah Cahill in the The Future is Female concert on October 30.  
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 10, 2021
A six-year labor of love for husband and wife filmmaking team Brian Vincent  and Heather Spore is welcomed to the world next weekend at the New York City film festival NEWFEST.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Oct 1, 2021
Based on Agatha Christie’s 1925 short story, Witness For The Prosecution was well-established at London’s County Hall before the pandemic. It now makes a welcome return and is as ingenious as ever. We are all used to seeing television adaptations of Christie’s work, but Lucy Bailey’s creative version takes all the theatrics of a courtroom and translates it neatly into a truly immersive production.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 1, 2021
Prospect New Orleans has announced the venue list and revised opening timeline for Prospect.5: Yesterday we said tomorrow, which will open across the city over the course of three weekends.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 1, 2021
The Metropolitan Opera unveiled two new, monumental mosaics by the American artist Rashid Johnson as part of an exhibition titled The Chorus, which are now on view inside the opera house and displayed on the Grand Tier and Dress Circle levels. The work is part of the Met’s long-running visual arts initiative, Gallery Met, and will be on display throughout the 2021–22 season.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 1, 2021
Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble has announced its return to the stage and kick of its two-year 20th Anniversary retrospective season with a live remount of its September 2003 production of “The Yellow Wallpaper,” choreographed and Directed by Executive Artistic Director Ellyzabeth Adler with the cast.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 1, 2021
Powerhouse L.A.-based Latino/Chicano performance trio and recent members of the CTG Creative Collective, Culture Clash explore Los Angeles’ heritage and history in “Chavez Ravine: In 9 Innings,” a new episodic adaptation of their play “Chavez Ravine.”