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Thursday, July 29

11:00 AM

2 Divas on a European Vacation

KIDS
Travel to France, Italy, Spain, and Austria through song with opera singer Karin Paludan and National Symphony Orchestra violinist Marissa Regni. Children of all ages will enjoy listening to the music of Europe and using their imaginations to explore! Videos will remain online after premiere date. All FAM videos will premiere on the Washington Performing Arts website. For more details, please visit the FAM webpage.

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12:00 PM

Digital Duets: Merián Soto & Roshni Samlal

Spirit Vine by Merián Soto and Roshni Samlal will premiere on our YouTube channel and IGTV at noon ET on Thursday, July 29. Dancer, choreographer, video, and improvisation artist Merián Soto, is the creator of aesthetic-somatic dance practices and methodologies, Branch Dancing and Modal Practice. Her 40+ years career in dance has spanned various artistic movements. Roshni Samlal is a NY-based tabla player, and a student of both Farukhbad exponent, Pt. Anindo Chatterjee and Shri Surdarshan Singh of the UK. Rooted in the study of traditional tabla repertoire, she explores the application of Indian classical percussion to electronic, chamber and multi-disciplinary contexts. July 29, 2021

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7:00 PM

BorderLight Festival presents #txtshow

REGIONAL PLAY
Amid a 12-country, 35-city, 175-show virtual world tour (during a global pandemic), award-winning performance artist and actor Brian Feldman brings the online version of one of his signature projects to the 2021 BorderLight Virtual Fringe Festival. “#txtshow (on the internet)” is a crowdsourced, immersive, multiscreen performance featuring a mysterious character named txt (pronounced “text”) who recites a script written anonymously in real-time by YOU! It’s the best show you’ll write all year. Created and performed by Brian Feldman, this LIVE, interactive performance takes place on Zoom, originating from his home in Washington, Douglass Commonwealth. Please Note: This LIVE online theatre show* relies on a high level of audience interaction. Audience members must keep their camera and microphone on the entire time they are in the show. The content of the show is based entirely upon what audience members write in anonymity and, as such, may contain mature themes, profane language, sudden loud noises, and potentially triggering content or themes. Recommended for 18+. *If it’s not live, it’s not theatre. This project was supported by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

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The Cordelia Dream

PLAY
In a response to one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, the North American premiere of Marina Carr’s play comes to life on screen with the mysterious and tense confrontation of woman and man. When Woman, haunted by her dream of Cordelia and King Lear, confronts Man, their disturbed relationship is exposed. As his protege, she has come seeking enlightenment, but he orders silence in exchange for artistry and concession. Fast forward five years, and she returns again for one final visit. Will the two be able to see eye to eye? Or will the meeting lead to mutually assured destruction? The Cordelia Dream continues to cement Marina Carr’s status as one of Ireland’s most acclaimed living playwrights with her deep insight into the complex nature of families and how we handle the darkness within.

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8:00 PM

Broadway's Next On Stage: Dance Edition, Season 2 Logo

Broadway's Next On Stage: Dance Edition, Season 2

After three successful seasons of our virtual singing competition and last summer's first season of our virtual dancing competition, we're back again by popular demand with the second season of our online musical theatre dancing competition for student performers sponsored by LaDuca Shoes. This week, find out which high school students made the cut for the Top 10!

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Be Steadwell

Be Steadwell is a musician, filmmaker, and storyteller from Washington, D.C. In her live performances, she utilizes looping, vocal layering, and beatboxing to compose her songs on stage. Be's original music features earnest lyricism and affirming LGBTQ content. She has shared stages with fellow artist–activists Big Freedia, Nona Hendryx, Nikky Finney, and Gina Yashere. In 2017, Be sang at The Women's March on the National Mall behind Maxwell and Janelle Monáe in Toshi Reagon's Big Lovely Band. In 2019, she composed the music for The Alvin Ailey Dance Company’s production of the gone and wrote and directed the musical A Letter to My Ex. Videos will remain online after premiere date.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Special guests TBA

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Friday, July 30

7:00 PM

BorderLight Festival presents #txtshow

REGIONAL PLAY
Amid a 12-country, 35-city, 175-show virtual world tour (during a global pandemic), award-winning performance artist and actor Brian Feldman brings the online version of one of his signature projects to the 2021 BorderLight Virtual Fringe Festival. “#txtshow (on the internet)” is a crowdsourced, immersive, multiscreen performance featuring a mysterious character named txt (pronounced “text”) who recites a script written anonymously in real-time by YOU! It’s the best show you’ll write all year. Created and performed by Brian Feldman, this LIVE, interactive performance takes place on Zoom, originating from his home in Washington, Douglass Commonwealth. Please Note: This LIVE online theatre show* relies on a high level of audience interaction. Audience members must keep their camera and microphone on the entire time they are in the show. The content of the show is based entirely upon what audience members write in anonymity and, as such, may contain mature themes, profane language, sudden loud noises, and potentially triggering content or themes. Recommended for 18+. *If it’s not live, it’s not theatre. This project was supported by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

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"Proud Mary" - Rock & Roll Ladies w/ The Emilie Surtees Experience Band

CONCERT
https://flushingtownhall.org/event-detail.php?id=105 "Proud Mary" - Rock & Roll Ladies w/ The Emilie Surtees Experience Band FRI, JUL 30, 2021 7:00 PM ET Virtual Tickets: $7/$5 Members In-Person Tickets (42 tickets only): $12/$10 Members -we will require audiences to continue to wear masks and practice social distancing. Flushing Town Hall presents an in-person, live concert “Proud Mary” - Rock & Roll Ladies featuring powerhouse vocalist Emilie Surtees and her band. This highly energetic concert will excite any music lover who’s ever been caught belting out songs like Tina Turner's "What's Love Got To Do With It", Stevie Nicks’ "Go Your Own Way" or Heart’s "If Looks Could Kill". Emilie Surtees is a New York City-based vocalist who is gathering throngs of fans throughout the tri-state area and abroad with her fun filled, high energy, soul stirring tribute shows. Emilie Surtees' inspiration and influences range from 60s & 70s Soul/R&B and Pop singers to contemporary singer songwriters. You will be amazed as her powerful voice fills the room and leaves you absolutely breathless.

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7:30 PM

The Groundlings: One! With Jim Rash

One Actor. One Hour. One Show: Completely Improvised. Featuring Oscar Winner Jim Rash. Created and Directed By Deanna Oliver.

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8:00 PM

Broadway's Next On Stage: Dance Edition, Season 2 Logo

Broadway's Next On Stage: Dance Edition, Season 2

After three successful seasons of our virtual singing competition and last summer's first season of our virtual dancing competition, we're back again by popular demand with the second season of our online musical theatre dancing competition for student performers sponsored by LaDuca Shoes. This week, find out which college students made the cut for the Top 10!

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Violetta Markelou

Violetta Markelou creates one-of-a-kind visual experiences for individual, editorial, and corporate clients. Not only a photographer but a stylist and visual director, she creates shoots with a strong fashion emphasis that was cultivated many years prior, influenced by photography masters Herb Ritts and Richard Avedon. Markelou’s current body of work focuses on raw portraiture and photojournalism. To experience a photoshoot with her is a transformative experience. She notes that the most rewarding part of the process is that her subjects become disarmed. Feeling safe, empowered, abandoning vulnerabilities, and capturing the true essence of each individual is the experience Markelou strives to create. Videos will remain online after premiere date.

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The Cordelia Dream

PLAY
In a response to one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, the North American premiere of Marina Carr’s play comes to life on screen with the mysterious and tense confrontation of woman and man. When Woman, haunted by her dream of Cordelia and King Lear, confronts Man, their disturbed relationship is exposed. As his protege, she has come seeking enlightenment, but he orders silence in exchange for artistry and concession. Fast forward five years, and she returns again for one final visit. Will the two be able to see eye to eye? Or will the meeting lead to mutually assured destruction? The Cordelia Dream continues to cement Marina Carr’s status as one of Ireland’s most acclaimed living playwrights with her deep insight into the complex nature of families and how we handle the darkness within.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Special guests TBA

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Saturday, July 31

12:00 PM

Katharine Hepburn: Unintentional Trailblazer

INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
Katharine Hepburn: Unintentional Trailblazer is a virtual museum exhibit that offers a unique look into her life and career. With narration from the great Kate herself and never-before-seen letters she wrote to her family, the exhibit explores her upbringing by progressive parents, her early start on stage and screen, and her many accolades. Featured segments include her start with Arthur Hopkins, starring in BILL OF DIVORCEMENT, returning to theater in THE LAKE, and the success of THE PHILADELPHIA STORY on stage and, later, film. This is ongoing virtual exhibit is produced by the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center & Museum.

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3:00 PM

The Cordelia Dream

PLAY
In a response to one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, the North American premiere of Marina Carr’s play comes to life on screen with the mysterious and tense confrontation of woman and man. When Woman, haunted by her dream of Cordelia and King Lear, confronts Man, their disturbed relationship is exposed. As his protege, she has come seeking enlightenment, but he orders silence in exchange for artistry and concession. Fast forward five years, and she returns again for one final visit. Will the two be able to see eye to eye? Or will the meeting lead to mutually assured destruction? The Cordelia Dream continues to cement Marina Carr’s status as one of Ireland’s most acclaimed living playwrights with her deep insight into the complex nature of families and how we handle the darkness within.

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JOAN ARMATRADING - Live From London

CONCERT
This one-off, multi-camera global livestream event will be Joan’s only live concert of 2021 and will feature a stunning set of fan favorites including: “Me Myself I”, “Drop the Pilot” and “Love And Affection,” as well as music from her new album “Consequences” all from the beautiful setting of the Asylum Chapel in London. The livestream performance features Joan Armatrading accompanied by bass, drums, keyboards and saxophone.

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7:00 PM

BorderLight Festival presents #txtshow

REGIONAL PLAY
Amid a 12-country, 35-city, 175-show virtual world tour (during a global pandemic), award-winning performance artist and actor Brian Feldman brings the online version of one of his signature projects to the 2021 BorderLight Virtual Fringe Festival. “#txtshow (on the internet)” is a crowdsourced, immersive, multiscreen performance featuring a mysterious character named txt (pronounced “text”) who recites a script written anonymously in real-time by YOU! It’s the best show you’ll write all year. Created and performed by Brian Feldman, this LIVE, interactive performance takes place on Zoom, originating from his home in Washington, Douglass Commonwealth. Please Note: This LIVE online theatre show* relies on a high level of audience interaction. Audience members must keep their camera and microphone on the entire time they are in the show. The content of the show is based entirely upon what audience members write in anonymity and, as such, may contain mature themes, profane language, sudden loud noises, and potentially triggering content or themes. Recommended for 18+. *If it’s not live, it’s not theatre. This project was supported by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

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8:00 PM

The Cordelia Dream

PLAY
In a response to one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, the North American premiere of Marina Carr’s play comes to life on screen with the mysterious and tense confrontation of woman and man. When Woman, haunted by her dream of Cordelia and King Lear, confronts Man, their disturbed relationship is exposed. As his protege, she has come seeking enlightenment, but he orders silence in exchange for artistry and concession. Fast forward five years, and she returns again for one final visit. Will the two be able to see eye to eye? Or will the meeting lead to mutually assured destruction? The Cordelia Dream continues to cement Marina Carr’s status as one of Ireland’s most acclaimed living playwrights with her deep insight into the complex nature of families and how we handle the darkness within.

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Symphoria at Fort Stanwix, Rome

CONCERT
Symphoria returns to Fort Stanwix in Rome, NY to celebrate America with this year’s Honor America Day’s celebration.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Special guests TBA

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The Groundlings: The Black Version

The audience suggests the title of popular film and a cast of all black comedy actors improvise the black version of it. Simple? Yes. Funny? Hells Yeah!!

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Sunday, August 1

2:00 PM

The Cordelia Dream

PLAY
In a response to one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, the North American premiere of Marina Carr’s play comes to life on screen with the mysterious and tense confrontation of woman and man. When Woman, haunted by her dream of Cordelia and King Lear, confronts Man, their disturbed relationship is exposed. As his protege, she has come seeking enlightenment, but he orders silence in exchange for artistry and concession. Fast forward five years, and she returns again for one final visit. Will the two be able to see eye to eye? Or will the meeting lead to mutually assured destruction? The Cordelia Dream continues to cement Marina Carr’s status as one of Ireland’s most acclaimed living playwrights with her deep insight into the complex nature of families and how we handle the darkness within.

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