Performing arts

SSU’s Drama Program Uses The Arts To Celebrate World AIDS Day, With Creative Writing Club

By Tigers Roar Staff Click here for updates on this story SSU Players by the Sea, the Estuary Creative Writing Club and Professor David IL Poole’s Theatrical Ensemble Course present “A World AIDS Day in the Arts” featuring Watchwomen (WTRT) – Savannah State University’s Visual and Performing Arts Program and …

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“Artists should be celebrated only because of their work”

Bhumi Pednekar on Gender Neutral Performing Arts Awards (Photo credit – Instagram) Hours after Brian May, guitarist for British rock band Queen, criticized Brit Awards management’s decision to cut gender awards, Bollywood actress Bhumi Pednekar spoke out in favor of the move, saying that it was about time that human …

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Harris Park brings the performing arts to the heart of the city

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the biggest smile, Harris Park founder and Kansas City native Chris Harris stood outside what is now his theater. “We are located at 1604 E. 41st St., the new address for Harris Park,” said Harris. Harris can’t help but smile as he says the address …

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Soul Steps to bring African-American step dance to Bennington | Arts and culture

BENNINGTON – Soul Steps, from New York, is excited to bring African-American step dance to the Bennington Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. on December 11. Everyone is invited to learn more about the history of step and get a taste of high-energy body percussion in this hour-long interactive presentation. …

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United Roosevelt Savings Bank Donates $ 1M to Carteret Performing Arts & Events Center

Carteret Roosevelt United Savings Bank donated $ 1 million to Carteret Performing Arts and Events Center and obtained the naming rights for the advanced facility. “The URSB is proud to serve as a cornerstone of the Carteret community and to support the incredible programs, shows and opportunities offered by the …

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Livermore Arts Kicks off Holiday Shows with ‘Irish Christmas’ | Culture

Livermore Arts go cTo lose 2021 with a variety of performances at the Bankhead Theater culminatingeat with Dirty Cello, a five-piece folk, rock and bluegrass string ensemble from San Francisco, on New Year’s Eve. After the performance, the public will be invited to taste champagne, wine and desserts in the …

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Winter delights abound at the Cowichan Performing Arts Center this holiday season – Cowichan Valley Citizen

The Cowichan Performing Arts Center picked up where it left off before the pandemic with a slew of big shows coming to Duncan’s big stage. First some seasonal laughs with O Christmas Tea: a British comedy, on stage on Friday November 19 at 7:30 p.m. Featured as something for fans …

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“It’s So Happy”: Black Arts MKE Prepares To Launch Annual “Black Nativity” Production

This year’s theme is “for the culture” and members of the public can expect to see black cultural references in the choreography, costumes and more. (Photo by Jenny Plevin) By Ana Martinez-Ortiz Almost everyone knows the story of the Nativity. Mary and Joseph go to Bethlehem in search of a …

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Cleveland shows devotion to the arts and vacation fun

CHEERS … to the sleek expansion of Case Western Reserve University of the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center which seamlessly adds the 250-seat Roe Green Theater and 100-seat Black Box Theater named in honor of Walter donors and Jean Kalberer, as Cleveland critic Steven Litt reports. com. And …

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Reviews | The arts department deserves the same respect as the sports department | Opinion

We’ve all heard the classic story of the arts department in a school being a second thought to the athletics department. While this is not true in all schools, it is certainly a problem on the minds of students across the country, including the Northwest. There has been a stigma …

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The Tradition Continues, 8th “Season of Hope Arts Festival”

Friday November 26 with the tree lighting at 6:00 p.m., by municipal commissioner Seby Haddad. Roberto Hugo Gonzalez’s photos – Advertising – Texas border affairs “We invite the community to join us as we celebrate our 8e Annual A season of hope Arts Festival, at McAllen’s Art Village on Main, …

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Gather on stage to revive the performing arts

“All Together Now” brings together local theater artists for a special weekend November 11, 2021 11:08 p.m. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – From high school students to middle school to local professionals, theatergoers across the capital have the chance to celebrate theater live by performing together. Presented by Music Theater International, …

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Arts Wrap: Drawn Together Arts, Lily LaMotte, Donald Gardner Stacy and Dishman Hills Pilsner

Drawn Together Arts, a new performing arts company, will present a series of short staged readings and cabaret performances at the Art Spirit Gallery at 415 E. Sherman Ave. at Coeur d’Alene, and the first of these events will be Steve Martin’s “Picasso” at Lapin Agile. Set in 1904, this …

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Longtime Marketing Specialist and Art Producer Joins San Diego Rep as New General Manager

Abigail “Abby” Buell, who has spent the past 16 years in the theater and performing arts in New York City as a marketer and producer, has joined the San Diego Repertory Theater as the new CEO. Buell joined the representative’s team three weeks ago. She replaces Larry Alldredge, who resigned …

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The arts exhibited at Oskaloosa – Oskaloosa News

Artists and members of the Mahaska Chamber and Development celebrated the opening of the Envision art gallery last week. by Ken AllsupNovember 6, 2021 Oskaloosa, Iowa – Art in Oskaloosa has been on full display as fall leads to winter. The professional season at the George Daily Auditorium also supports …

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Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center to present Disney’s DESCENDANTS: THE MUSICAL

The Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center will present Disney’s Descendants: The Musical, a bold, colorful and character-filled show based on the popular original Disney Channel films, as part of its 2021-2022 Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield subscription series. Open November 12 and through November 21, Disney Descendants: The Musical follows …

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Arts calendar published on November 3, 2021

Willmar, November 4, 6 p.m., Whitney Music / Jazz N Java; Gravel Road music with John A-Fram Beck and Friends; free hat basket for musicians; call to reserve at 320-214-9433 or email [email protected] Marshall, November 5-6, 7:30 p.m., October 30-31, November 6-7, 2 p.m., Southwest Minnesota State University; $ 10, …

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Performing Arts – November 3

Tribute to Neil Diamond by Matt Vee Celebrate the music of Neil Diamond performed by Matt Vee, his family and friends with his performance “I Am… He Said” at 7 pm on January 21 at the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts on the campus of Brainerd High School. With songs …

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The theater guild nears the dress rehearsal for the performing arts center building

He got curtains from Broadway. He bought seats from the Bellagio in Las Vegas. And now the Scotts Valley Community Theater Guild is about to complete a performing arts center on the site of the old ice rink. According to Guild Board member Trish Melehan, it took about $ 80,000 …

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Performing arts at the service of Acadiana

Lafayette, LA- The executive director of Performing Arts Serving Acadiana, who said the renowned group will bring new artists to the Heymann Performing Arts Center. “Everyone wins when you attend a performing arts event. “ Many in the Acadiana area are familiar with the ancient Acadiana Performing Arts Society. “We …

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Will Packer Performing Arts Amphitheater officially unveiled

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – The FAMU Amphitheater changes its name. It is now named after film mogul, television producer and FAMU alumnus Will Packer. Packer has returned to the capital to kick off the FAMU’s return weekend festivities. It was a packed house on Friday morning at the amphitheater and …

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Plans for a new performing arts center open up long-awaited possibilities for the arts at U.Va. – The Daily Rider

The University announced on September 24 that Tessa Ader, an honorary member of the advisory board of the Fralin Art Museum, had donated $ 50 million to the University to fund the construction of a new performing arts center. The center, which will be built along the Emmet-Ivy Corridor, hopes …

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Redlands Bowl mourns the loss of Maestro Frank Fetta | Culture & Leisure

Venetian singer Giada Valenti and Frank Fetta, artistic director of symphonic programming, share an aerial kiss during the premiere performance at the Redlands Bowl this year. Redlands Community News file photo by Joseph Ellis Maestro Frank Paul Fetta will long be remembered for his warmth and creativity, which transcended the …

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Performing Arts – October 27

Tribute to Neil Diamond by Matt Vee Celebrate the music of Neil Diamond performed by Matt Vee, his family and friends with his performance “I Am… He Said” at 7 pm on January 21 at the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts on the campus of Brainerd High School. With songs …

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Apply for the 2022 Bachelor of Performing Arts

Big dreams on stage or on screen have to start somewhere, and one of the most prestigious places to start your journey to stardom is the Actors Center Australia. Leichhardt School of the Performing Arts is where actors like Hugh Jackman, Harriet Dyer, Tess Haubrich and Rosie Lourde studied. Your …

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Here’s what a liberal arts degree can do for your career

A recent report from the Association of American Colleges and Universities found that 80% of employers want their employees to have some experience studying the liberal arts. No wonder why. These subjects are known to teach students sought-after skills that make a professional productive. Liberal arts degrees are a broad …

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The Chillicothe Region Arts Council will host the “Musical Weekend”

The Chillicothe Area Arts Council will be hosting a Musical Weekend featuring national artists Doyle Dykes and Andy Leftwich on November 20-21. Masterclasses with your choice of Dykes or Leftwich will be at the Chillicothe Comfort Inn and Suites on November 20 from 10 am to noon. Two hours will …

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Vermont Arts News | Vermont Arts

BRATTLEBORO – At 7 p.m. on Friday 29 October, spectators will have the opportunity to travel through time during a screening of the iconic – but rarely seen – silent film “The Phantom of the Opera”, presented at Epsilon Spiers with a live score performed by organist and music historian …

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Boyle County Performing Arts Center to Present Student Run “Waking Sleepy Hollow” – The Advocate-Messenger

The Boyle County Performing Arts Center, a new facility adjacent to Boyle County High School, presents a Boyle County High School play titled “Waking Sleepy Hollow,” a variation on the story of the Headless Horseman. “This is the first play the high school has created and performed for the Boyle …

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National Symposium Explores Institutional Change in the Performing Arts “The Peabody Post

The event on November 17 brings together artists, presenters on the need for adaptability. The disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated troubling trends in the performing arts, revealing a long-standing need to cultivate artistic institutions that are responsive to their communities and open to changing ways of creating …

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Reinforcement of central places for the performing arts

A new house for the performing arts in central Dunedin is touted as a cornerstone for the development of the city’s arts infrastructure, but concerns remain about the viability of the sector. The Princes St venue will accommodate up to 120 people and will be managed by the Dunedin Fringe …

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Wolf Trap Offers $ 5,000 Grants To DC Area Performing Arts Teachers

VIENNA, VA – The Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is accepting applications for this year’s High School Performing Arts Teacher Grants program. Grants are available for teachers in the DC area. The grant application deadline is November 15, and fellows will be appointed in December for the 2021-22 …

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The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is looking to recruit 220 volunteer bailiffs

Provided by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Photo by Adams Design Photo Are you interested? Here is how you can apply. With the reopening of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) for its 2021-2022 season, they are looking for volunteers to serve as ushers for their …

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Aberdeen Performing Arts Announces Successful Candidate for Early Years Celebration Commission

Unicorns arrive at the lemon tree Earlier this year, three of Scotland’s largest cultural organizations joined forces to offer a unique, multi-year commission to create and produce three small-scale festive productions for early childhood audiences, each to be presented in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Inverness between Christmas 2021 and Christmas 2023. …

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Renovations Aim To Keep The Arts At The Forefront In Century-Old Theater | Reporting

It was a sign of the times at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Closed theaters with no movies to announce got creative with their marquees, displaying phrases like “Now showing nothing with nobody”, “When Harry Met Sally on Zoom”, “The Corona Chronicles” and “To Be Continued” . Meanwhile, the …

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Colorado Springs musician, arts advocate announced as new executive director of the Ent Center for the Arts | New

Musician and arts advocate David Siegel is the new executive director of the Ent Center for the Arts at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Siegel, currently managing director of the Bee Vradenburg Foundation, which invests and supports local arts organizations and artists, will start his new work in …

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SAFE’s Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company presents BEAUTY AND THE BEAST this month

SAFE’s Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company will present Beauty and the Beast. The performances will take place on October 21, 22, 23, 29 and 30, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. in the BB Comer auditorium. “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” is the classic story of Belle, a young woman in …

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Aberdeen Performing Arts chief bows out after 10 glorious years

Aberdeen Performing Arts chief bows out after 10 glorious years Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand icon. Google …

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Southern Sponsors Landau Murphy’s Anniversary Concert This Weekend | Culture & Leisure

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. is helping Southern WV Community & Technical College celebrate its 50th anniversary with a free public concert on its Logan campus this Saturday. Southern is proud to present Landau as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its “America’s Got Talent” victory. The concert will take place …

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To live. To participate. Support. NT performing arts. – Event information

Artback NT is the gateway to sharing the rich cultures, stories and art of the Northern Territory with Australia and the rest of the world. We develop and produce new, innovative and stimulating works. ‘The Other Side of Me’ is a poignant contemporary dance work based on a collection of …

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Disparities in COVID-19 restrictions troubling the performing arts community

Regina Sung, Photo Editor As the University eases COVID-19 restrictions on track teams, some members of Yale’s performing arts groups have expressed frustration with regulations that continue to restrict in-person performances. Currently, performance arts – including theater, a cappella, dance and comedy groups – face austerity COVID-19 restrictions. Yale requires …

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MARY POPPINS will be presented at the Franklin Performing Arts Company

The Franklin Performing Arts Company will present Disney & Cameron Mackintoshby Mary Poppins. The production, choreographed by and starring Broadway’s Clay Rice-Thomson, will run October 15-17 and 22-24 at THE BLACK BOX. Everyone’s favorite almost perfect nanny takes flight in THE BLACK BOX for this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure. The production …

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The 6th Magnolia Arts Festival features over 100 visual and performing artists this weekend in Peachtree City

Artists from across the United States will once again converge on the shores of Lake Peachtree in Peachtree City, Georgia for the 6th annual Magnolia Fine Arts Festival. Over 100 visual and performing artists will showcase their talents on Saturday October 16 and Sunday October 17. It is the largest …

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Tickets on sale October 12: Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts 2021-2022 Season – Cerritos Community News

October 11, 2021 CERRITOS, CA – The Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) is delighted to welcome audiences once again with an exciting 2021-2022 season, which kicks off Friday, December 3 at 8:00 p.m. with iconic artist Marie Osmond. The new season’s lineup includes world-renowned artists including Emmy winner …

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Baton Rouge River Center Theater for Performing Arts opening postponed until next year

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (BRPROUD) – Hurricane Ida is still affecting Baton Rouge 43 days after landing in Louisiana. The recent storm delayed construction of the Baton Rouge River Center Theater for Performing Arts. Amanda Shaw announces Bayou relief tour to support those affected by Hurricane Ida This means the theater …

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UGA Performing Arts Center season opens October 14 with Time For Three | New

After a year and a half of minimal activity, the UGA Performing Arts Center is back in business, welcoming the public for a tremendous 25th anniversary celebration that culminates in April and May 2022. Classically-formed indie-pop trio Time For Three opens the season Thursday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m. in …

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Musical to Kick off WNCC Performing Arts Fall 2021 Season | New

SCOTTSBLUFF – The 2021 fall performing arts season at Western Nebraska Community College kicks off with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee fall musical on October 22. Theater and music programs are featured in the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The musical will air from October 22 to …

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New performing arts facility in Conroe comes close to reality

The Town of Conroe is getting closer to establishing a new visual and performing arts center while preserving the historic value of the former Sam Houston Elementary School. Currently serving as a Walter P. Jett continuing education center, the city purchased the site in July 2020 for $ 4.2 million. …

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Fall and the Arts Kicks Off at ICOE | Education

EL CENTRO – Music, paintings, food, sculptures and auctions collided at the inaugural Fall and the Arts Foundation for Education – the nonprofit arm of the Imperial Office of the county education – Thursday, October 7, at the ICOE in El Centro. The Autumn & the Arts event was a …

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Arts and Education Council funds St. Louis groups for trauma healing

A dozen St. Louis-area organizations that use the arts to help people cope with trauma will share $ 120,000 in grants from the Arts and Education Council. Recipients include Prison Performing Arts, Intercultural music initiative and works of art from Saint-Louis. “These populations they serve have suffered a lot of …

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Business Council for the Arts (BCA) honors North Texas Performing Arts in 2021 Obelisk Awards

The Business Council for the Arts (BCA) has announced that Plano’s North Texas Performing Arts has been awarded the 2021 Obelisks in the Arts. Get to Know North Texas Performing Arts (NTPA), winner of the 2021 Business Council for the Arts Obelisk Award for Arts Education The NTPA is the …

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the ennead performing arts center in shenzhen will occupy two golden volumes

the popular performing arts center ennead architects presents its winning application in an international competition for a new performing arts center in shenzhen. the project takes the name of “the center of the performing arts of the people” and will present itself as a new icon signifying the development of …

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The School of Visual and Performing Arts, organizer of the annual VAPA recruitment day on October 13

Tweeter tweet button for twitter Posted on October 10, 2021 By Ashlyn Dupree ULM Marketing and Communication Office MONROE, THE– The University of Louisiana Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts and Recruiting Office are hosting their annual VAPA Day on Wednesday, October 13. This event is for high school …

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TTU College of Visual & Performing Arts Offers New Certificate Program in Art Entrepreneurship | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas (press release) – The following is a press release from Texas Tech University: The JT and Margaret Talkington College of Visual and Performing Arts (TCVPA) at Texas Technological University will offer diploma and undergraduate artistic entrepreneurship certificates this spring. The certificate consists of three courses: foundation in artistic …

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Decision postponed on Brighton College theater and performing arts center projects

New building proposed at Brighton College They want to know more about Brighton College’s proposals due to concerns about the lack of access for people with disabilities to a balcony, no details about community access and the potential pressure on parking. After an hour of questions and discussions, members of …

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Salem Hills High School Wins National School of Performing Arts Excellence

SALEM, Utah – Salem Hills High School is now one of the elite companies. The school won the 2021 National Performing Arts School of Excellence Award from the Federation of State High School Associations. Only one school in the country, out of more than 20,000 eligible, receives recognition each year. …

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Marshall Fundamental School to Host Fall Visual and Performing Arts Festival – Pasadena Now

Students perform at the 2019 Marshall Fundamental School Visual and Performing Arts Fall Festival. * Credit: Marshall Fundamental School) Students perform at the 2019 Marshall Fundamental School Visual and Performing Arts Fall Festival. * Credit: Marshall Fundamental School) Students perform at the 2019 Marshall Fundamental School Visual and Performing Arts …

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NYU rescinds ban on in-person performing arts clubs – Washington Square News

Put yourself in the shoes of a NYU student. You like to choreograph with the Pulse Dance Project, sing an alto harmony for the N’Harmonics, play sketches for Friends with Dads or deliver a monologue for a Uproar Theater Corps production. After missing a year and a half of these …

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Stone performing arts company Rooftops Studios expands with additional facility in Leek> A Little Bit of Stone

Stone’s Rooftop Studios is expanding with an additional Performing Arts Academy and recording studio in Leek. Young leeks with a passion for theater, song and dance are in luck – with the launch of a brand new studio in town. The new facility is located in Newspaper House on Brook …

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Crowd Pleases: 11 Perfect Performing Arts Titles For Creative Teens

In this roundup of YA titles, dance, music, drama, television, and the visual arts are the media through which adolescents explore identity, cultural heritage, racism, sexuality, family obligations and evolving friendships. In this series of titles, dance, music, theater, television and the visual arts are the media through which adolescents …

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Willingham Performing Arts Academy Presents ‘Spookley the Square Pumpkin’ at Willingham Theater October 21-24, 2021 | Children Family

Watch Spookley learn to be the bravest pumpkin around! (Yadkinville, North Carolina) – The Willingham Theater and the Willingham Performing Arts Academy get into the spirit of fall with the performance of the musical “Spookley the Square Pumpkin” from October 21-24, 2021 at the Willingham Theater. This musical is family …

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$ 50 million donation to speed up construction of UVA performing arts center | State and regional news

DAILY PROGRESS FILE University officials on Tuesday increased the number of students who can congregate in one location from five to 10. By BRYAN MCKENZIE Daily Progress $ 50 million donation from Charlottesville fine arts supporter will fund a new performing arts center at the University of Virginia, AVU president …

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The performing arts bookstore is relaunching online

September 27, 2021 @booksandpublishing Stage whispers magazine bought the performing arts bookstore Book Nook, saving the business from closure and launching it as a new online shop. Founded over 35 years ago, Book Nook was scheduled to close due to Covid-19 earlier this year, before Stage whispers moved to save …

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$ 50 million donation to speed up construction of UVa performing arts center | UVa

“This is not a performing arts center. [The new center] would be totally different in terms of design and capacity, but also different in terms of acoustic design, audience presentation and stage capacity, ”he said. Kielbasa said the new center will support the local economy through its schedule. “It will …

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Canadian College of the Performing Arts announces in-person season 2021-2022

Worlds of drama and comedy; fear and bravery; Heaven and Hell collide on stage during this year’s Canadian College of the Performing Arts live theater season. The College’s ever-adaptable community welcomes nationally recognized directors to reinvigorate students and audiences once again with live performances. “When Worlds Collide on stage, it …

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Performing arts abound in Rocky Hill

When planning to see a play, opera, or symphony, the Knoxville venues that come to mind first are likely to be the Tennessee and Bijou Theaters or other places in and around the downtown area. But look a little further and you’ll find a thriving performing arts community in the …

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Curtains open on A Chorus Line at the Topeka Performing Arts Center

TOPEKA (KSNT) – A Chorus Line is now performing at the Topeka Performing Arts Center. Auditions for parts of the musical were held earlier in 2021. “It’s a total celebration of the arts. The cast and production crew spent countless hours bringing this story to life, ”said Larry Gawronski, Executive …

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Officials open performing arts center at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School | Catoosa Walker News

Catoosa County School officials on Tuesday September 14 opened a performing arts center at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School. The LFO Performing Arts Theater, which is funded by ESPLOST (Special Use Local Sales Tax for Education) funds, is expected to open in August 2023. A large crowd of elected officials, community …

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MY BIG GAY ITALIAN FUNERAL is coming to the Avenel Performing Arts Center next month

The Avenel Performing Arts Center (APAC), a new multidisciplinary performing arts center located in Woodbridge, New Jersey, presents My Big Gay Italian Funeral from October 7 to 17, 2021. My Big Gay Italian Funeral is the sequel to “My Big Gay Italian Wedding”. Like the wedding, the funeral was also …

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School of Performing Arts Announces Fall 2021 Season | VTx

After a year of virtual performances, the Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts plans to host in-person events for its next season. Performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, as well as film screenings, begin September 18. Most events are free. MusicThe Virginia Tech Trumpet Festival kicks off the season …

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VA Tech School of Performing Arts announces fall 2021 season

Trumpeter Ryan Gardner After a year of virtual performances, the Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts plans to host in-person events for its next season. Performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, as well as film screenings, begin September 18. Most events are free. MusicThe Virginia Tech Trumpet Festival kicks …

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Olivia Virtue of the Hunter School of the Performing Arts Wins Math Contest with Teen Vaping Study | Newcastle Herald

news, local news, The use of electronic cigarettes among young vapers at school caused a sensation this year. At the time, students were smoking behind the hangars. Now, so to speak, they are vaping behind the hangars. They seem to think vaping is safer than smoking, without knowing the health …

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Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Center broadcasts TUNKU THE MUSICAL

In conjunction with Malaysia’s Independence Day on August 31, 2021, klpac will be posting an archival recording of “TUNKU The Musical” on YouTube free to the public from 12 noon on August 31, 2021 until midnight on the 12th. September 2021. Original creation by director Joe Hasham OAM for Malaysia’s …

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Start your career in the performing arts at Actors Center Australia

Calling all aspiring actors and directors! If you’ve memorized entire monologues from your favorite movie, your Oscar acceptance speech was written since you were ten, and you love nothing more than standing in front of (or behind) a camera, so Australia Actor Center (ACA) wants you. The renowned Leichhardt-based Drama …

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BPCC PERFORMING ARTS THEATER WINS THE GREATEST HONORS FROM THE KENNEDY CENTER AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATER FESTIVAL

The Bossier Parish Community College’s drama program production of tense and suspenseful drama, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde was honored with the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) awards. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde were selected by the official KCACTF referees to be considered for the annual Region VI …

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News: The Théâtre de l’Hippodrome announces compulsory vaccination at the Center France-Merrick des Arts du Spectacle

Hippodrome Theater. SOURCE: Wikimedia Commons Teda13 The Théâtre de l’Hippodrome announces the vaccination obligation for all guests eligible for the vaccine at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center; Children 11 and under will not need proof of a negative test; all guests will need a face mask. After months of preparation …

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Paul Taylor Dance Company – Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center

Paul Taylor Dance Company Friday September 3 at 8 p.m. In the theater – limited capacity. Masks required. Participants will be asked to show proof of vaccination upon admission. Read the updated security guidelines for more information. TICKETS $ 20 – $ 95 Discount event for Mahaiwe members $ 20 …

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Portland Opera Block Performing Arts Center Gears Up For New Season

Portland – The Portland performing arts studio has grown in space and attendance as it prepares for season three. Portland’s Opera Block Performing Arts Center is gearing up for next season with additional lineup and expanded space. The center is located at 140 1/2 Kent St in downtown Portland. It’s …

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