This is a performance that reflects the true South Africa, one that captured the sense of history and hope for the future that the people carry in them.
Performed by pianist Adam Tendler and the JACK Quartet, artists recognized for their electrifying live performances and commanding interpretations, Serial Copland gives audiences a rare opportunity to experience the lesser-known side of an American icon.
African Footprint celebrates the diversity of South Africa, uniting the creative talents of choreographers, musicians, writers and performers from all walks of life.
A five-night event that includes nightly readings of new works written and directed by emerging artists, as well as post-show receptions.
The Reading Series will feature new works by Saheem Ali, Emily Feldman, Alex Lubischer, Don Nguyen, Ming Peiffer and Michael Thurber.
(Among the cast are performers and poets featured on This American Life, the Onion, and Chicago's Second City.) The whole shebang ends with the performance of a poem inspired by the show and written on the spot.
The Accidental Pervert is a laugh-out-loud play that tells the awkwardly poignant story of a boy's journey into manhood after discovering his dad's videotapes hidden in a bedroom closet.This true tale of local townsfolk and the African-American soldiers sent to rehearse the Normandy invasion from their shores explodes everything we thought we knew about the D-Day landings.Seen through the lens of a little girl and her lost cat, 946 takes its title from the number of casualties sustained during these bungled maneuvers — a secret kept, until now, by the American and British governments.As Lepage revisits his childhood home and other brilliantly reconfigured spaces from his past and present — among them his current Quebec City flat and the front seat of his father's taxi — he unearths a life's worth of memories, sifting in the process through the things we can't seem to recall and those we aren't able to forget.From the author of War Horse comes a full arsenal of live music, dance, and visual high jinks!The theater company Kneehigh and Emma Rice, artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe, return to St.