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The Brind School is working with the fall and spring season directors to create dynamic and groundbreaking theater experiences. When considering how to restructure the fall season in response to COVID, the creative community asked themselves a series of questions and landed on the following set of goals and guidelines for performers and creative teams. In this musical comedy, two philosophers leave the shelter of jail to take a walk through the landscape of American Capitalism.
They promenade through wild parties, city streets, political theaters and picnic in a militarized war zone. Will they find the appearance of sin or hold on to their compassion? Fall through the looking glass with them and enjoy the view. A student-produced festival of student-written new plays Pre-recorded and livestreamed performances Feb. EST Feb. The Last Five Years is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in Women seeking sex tonight Ira out of love over the span of five years.
The piece follows two separate timelines: one telling the story chronologically, the other in reverse. Through this unconventional storytelling structure, four actors will re-examine the musical through a personal lens, rebuilding and redefining Jamie, Cathy and their lost love. Before each performance, two actors will be randomly selected to take on the roles, bringing audiences a different version of this universal love story each night.
In his song cycle Myths and HymnsGuettel paints an emotional landscape of faith and yearning that embraces a boundless spectrum of ideology and spirituality. Myths and Hymns elucidates our fantastic desire to transcend earthly bounds, our intrinsic need to connect with something or someone greater in our restless search for enlightenment. In October offront-man and songwriter of the insanely popular band The Grooves suddenly and accidentally dies. In order to cover up his death from their fans, the general public, and with a warning of national safety from MI6, Grooves management replaced him with a lookalike, Will Peers.
Will: A Coverup is a retelling of the iconic "Paul is Dead" conspiracy theory in the form of a pre-recorded audio play paired with an audio visualizer, featuring an original psychedelic underscoring to curate a virtual and transportive theatrical experience. Robinson Aprilat PM eastern Livestreamed. Ten explorers. Four boats. One Grand Canyon. Men on Boats is the true ish history of an expedition, when a one-armed captain and a crew of insane yet loyal volunteers set out to chart the course of the Colorado River. Playwrights Horizons, Inc.
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Follow a party of amnesiac adventurers as they uncover the mysteries of a city destroyed by Mother Nature, a showboating diva plant woman with an affinity for Vaudeville. Toothache is a play about a woman named Vera who is struggling with a severe toothache she cannot afford to take care of, while working at a Spanish restaurant that has just started out. Toothache will be in a workshop setting, with the hope of developing the script with the actors in the room, and with the goal of a final online live or pre-recorded performance.
Students across all four years of the BFA program display work from classes, productions and independent projects to visiting professionals, faculty, colleagues, friends and family. This event is a celebration of their work and an opportunity to introduce them and their work to the professional community. Visitors will be able to meet and chat live with students on that ay from pmpm ET. The site will remain live for visitors to see the work displayed in individual galleries and leave comments on what they see. In this auditory experience with accompanying visuals, audiences follow six dead high school choir students who tell their stories in a bid to win the favor of an elusive fortune telling machine, The Amazing Karnak, who promises to grant life to the most deserved storyteller.
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How can anyone live without him? Who shot Andy Warhol? But the pop art icon unravels an even bigger mystery as he confronts not only the prime suspects, but also his art and his own greatest creation: himself. EST Dec. Actor, director, and UArts alumnus Billy Bustamante and a team of student performers, deers, and production artists have spent the fall semester investigating the song cycle Myths and Hymns by Adam Guettel.
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I have collected artists and social justice advocates living in Pennsylvania, Vermont and Massachusetts—some of whom are UArts students or gr—to guide these important discussions and to submit personal creations, if they feel so inclined. Look out for the immortal and always-evolving Prezi link coming soon, and please feel free to submit a piece of art whenever you are able—in whatever visual form it may be—to be posted and credited!
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Continue to make vital, dynamic work while keeping all collaborators safe. Find opportunities to maximize student learning, engagement and the development of their artistry, despite limitations. Deconstruct and decolonize the ways in which we produce work—in particular, how current industry standards uphold the white supremacist, capitalist patriarchy.
Use this moment to free ourselves from those oppressive standards by reimagining and redefining process, schedule, culture and protocol. Invite new techniques and technologies into our processes to best share the work we do with others in a time of needful distance. Test artistic hypotheses. Conduct research that will benefit us long after the pandemic limits our ability to produce live events. Spring Purchase tickets. Equinox The Last 5 Years.
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