Bridge Street Belly Dance Project Presents “BEFORE: An Online Concert Film”

On June 9, 2021, dancers from the Bridge Street Belly Dance line-up gathered at the theatre for the first time in two years for a multi-day collaborative performance residency culminating in a live show dedicated to dancers, creators, and everyone else who both lost and found themselves in the isolation…

Ko Festival Premieres “MOVING WATER” -Theatre Piece Inspired by Global Water Crisis – Live & Online

The Ko Festival of Performance is teaming up with Serious Play Theatre Ensemble for the live and digital premieres of “Moving Water.” Devised by Serious Play and written by Eric Henry Sanders, the piece is a multi-media physical theater piece centering on climate change, the global water crisis, and our human relationship…

Silverthorne Theater Announces Radio Production Fundraiser – “Foxfinder”

Greenfield MA – Silverthorne Theater brings back the days of radio drama with its production of Dawn King’s haunting play, Foxfinder by Dawn King. A fundraiser for the theater, the show will be broadcast one time only at 7:30 pm on Saturday, July 24, on the Company’s YouTube channel. Listeners will be sent the link to the special broadcast with…

Two New Radio Dramas from The Two Of Us Productions

Virtual Staged Reading of chilling radio dramas from Suspense Theater:  “A Week Ago Wednesday” and “The Man Who Knew How”.  Presented by The Two Of Us Productions, the award winning theater company based in Columbia County NY, in collaboration with Friends Of The Copake Grange. In “A Week Ago Wednesday” a married couple’s quarrel turns into…

Ko Festival Streams Zoom Presentation of “The Magic City Massacre”

Ko Festival of Performance streams last summer’s Zoom presentation of “The Magic City Massacre” on demand June 19-July 4th. With a cast of 14, Deletta Gillespie’s play tells the story of one of the most prosperous black communities in the history of the United States, how Tulsa came to be…

Calvin Coolidge Loves Vermont

“Calvin Coolidge: Vermont is a State I Love” Sunday, June 20 from 2-3 pm EDT A Bennington Historical Society Presentation In September 1928, President Coolidge delivered an eloquent impromptu speech after touring Vermont by train to see the recovery efforts following the devastating floods from the previous year. In honor…

Ancram Opera House Announces Hybrid Virtual and In-Person 2021 Summer Season

Sixth Season Will Include Site-Specific Performances and Free Online Programming Ancram Opera House’s 2021 summer season will combine free virtual events with live performances in parks, barns and gardens set against the backdrop of the beautiful Hudson River Valley. Beginning in June and running through late August, programming will range…

Hubbard Hall and Brooklyn-based Bushwick Starr Present Zoom Performance of “Dark Disabled Stories”

Hubbard Hall Center for Arts and Education is very excited to support another artist residency in partnership with The Bushwick Starr in Brooklyn! This Friday, May 28 at 7 pm on Zoom we will feature our latest residency, with a brief sharing and discussion with the artists. This new play, Dark Disabled Stories, is…

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