Press Releases with tag "theatre"
Elder Storytellers Help Raise Student Test Scores
Elder storytellers help economically disadvantaged children improve their language arts skills. Recent evaluations demonstrate that Stagebridge’s nationally acclaimed Storybridge Listening and Speaking Program improves student language arts skills
Anglo Pacific Takes One-Man Macbeth from Glasgow to Broadway
A container-load of Shakespearian paraphernalia touched down in New York this month having made the long journey from the National Theatre of Scotland in Glasgow thanks to specialist theatrical movers Anglo Pacific.
AFSO "Symphonic Fiesta" Concert
Ars Flores Orchestra Concert in South Florida, featuring famous overtures and vocal numbers of Zarzuelas and Spanish music, with singers from Sociedad Pro-Arte Grateli, a performance group dedicated to preserving Hispanic-American traditions.
PIE Story Theatre Produces Long Awaited Holiday Stories And Carols CD
PIE (Projects In Education) Story Theatre, has produced a Holiday Stories and Carols CD featuring a ten-minute adaptation of A Christmas Carol and other classics as well as stories that highlight Kwanzaa, Hanukkah and Navidad. Joyous and interactive!
The Performance Art Institute Of San Francisco Proudly Presents: The Future Imagined: What’s Next?
The Performance Art Institute of San Francisco proudly presents “The Future Imagined: What’s Next?” curated and organized by Hanna Regev. The production is part of the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial, “Seeking Silicon Valley.”
Ambitious Community Theatre Show Brings To Life A Medieval Christmas 1285
Telling of a dramatic new theatre project delving into local medieval history.
Adelphi Presents “Uncommon Women and Others”
The Adelphi University Performing Arts Center (AUPAC) will be kicking off its 2012-2013 theatrical season with Wendy Wasserstein’s debut play Uncommon Women and Others. Directed by Department of Theatre Chair, Nicholas Petron, M.A. ’70 , the sho
The Performance Art Institute Of San Francisco Presents: The Artist Is Elsewhere
The Performance Art Institute of San Francisco presents:
Sean Fletcher and Isabel Reichert’s "The Artist is Elsewhere"
An evening of remote-access performances on Friday, October 19, 2012 at 8:00pm
Marc Huestis Presents…THRILLPEDDLERS Production Of MARAT/SADE
the Tony Award-Winning Theatrical Classic by Peter Weiss
July 13 - 29, 2012
Previews July 11 & 12
Limited Engagement - 15 Performances Only
Brava Theatre in SF
The Intergalactic Nemesis Returns With The Interplanetary Premiere Of Book Two: Robot Planet Rising
Following hit appearances on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and NPR’s All Things Considered, as well as a 32-city tour of The Intergalactic Nemesis - Book One: Target Earth, Austin’s own stellar phenomenon today announces the 2012/2013 tour date
ACheapSeat.com Reveal Full 2012 Calendar For Sports And Entertainment Events In Chicago
Chicago residents are “spoilt for choice” with the exciting line-up of entertainment and sporting events in Chicago, according to ACheapSeat.com.
Don't Hug Me, I'm Pregnant Is Now Available For Licensing Thru Samuel French Publishers
The fourth in the smash hit Don't Hug Me series of musical comedies, DON'T HUG ME, I'M PREGNANT, is now available for licensing thru Samuel French Publishers. For licensing info visit SamuelFrench.com or call (212) 206-8990.
Beloved 1968 Musical "Hair" Being Rebooted For Hollywood
1968 "American Tribal Love-Rock Musical" HAIR, often hailed as the father of modern rock musicals, is getting a "reboot" for June run in Hollywood.
Hollywood Production Of "Hair" To Include Never Before Featured Scene
theTRIBE Production's upcoming run of HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical will feature a scene never before performed as a part of the show.
"There is a moment in Act 2 that allows for...
Old-Time Radio Theater Show Brings 1930s Story to Life at Church of Scientology
One of L. Ron Hubbard's fiction stories--“The Trail of the Red Diamonds”--was performed theatrically at the Nashville Church of Scientology on Sunday.
What's The Benefit? Inc. Produces Broadway Benefit At The Stephen Sondheim Theatre To End Bullying
March 19th, 2012, Curtain at 8pm. What's The Benefit? inc. has announced that they will produce their 2nd Broadway benefit-this time for Operation Respect, an educational advocacy organization headed by Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary.
Adelphi University Alumna Returns to Direct Charlotte Delbo’s Who Will Carry the Word?
The characters in Who Will Carry the Word? struggle with their personal fears, concerns, and ultimately their hopes for future generations.
Bartlett High School Announces the Cast of The Tony-Winning Musical RAGTIME
Bartlett High School Announces the Cast of The Tony-Winning Musical, RAGTIME.Performances of RAGTIME are April 19th, 20th and 21st at 7pm and April 22nd at 2pm. Bartlett High School Auditorium, 701 W. Schick Rd. Bartlett, IL 60103
Pulp Classic To Be Performed At The Nashville Church of Scientology
In the 1930s and 40s prior to founding the Scientology religion, author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard wrote for magazines of the day. One of his stories will be performed theatrically at the Nashville Church of Scientology this March.
A Cappella At Its Very Best...The Pitchforks Of Duke University Return To The Fine Arts Center Of Kershaw County
One of the best a cappella groups in the country to perform at the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County!
Visual Voices Art Exhibit Returns to the Schuster Center
The Key Bank African-American Arts Festival presents - Visual Voices 2012: The African-American Experience
Auditions Announced for Columbia City Ballet's Sleeping Beauty at the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County
Auditions For Columbia City Ballet's "Sleeping Beauty" to be held at the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County on January 15, 2012 for ages 4 and up.
Yo Ho Ho! A Pirate's Christmas
L.A.'s Holiday Family Favorite Returns! YO HO HO! A PIRATE'S CHRISTMAS Opens December 2nd and Runs Through December 31st
More Than 60 Local Teens Participate In Zombie Prom At The Fine Arts Center Of Kershaw County
A Teen Production produced by the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County and Columbia Children's Theatre.
Back By Popular Demand! Last Chance Of 2011 To See “Love 2 Dance”
“Love 2 Dance” is an entertaining look at the lives and loves of dancers. Fourth and final performance of 2011 Set for Nov. 27.