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Posts tagged "Performing Arts"

Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat

Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat

Join Jeannine Osayande (Founder/Artistic Executive Director, Jeannine Osayande & Dunya Performing Arts Company) and African drummer Ira Bond for a free moving/drumming/writing workshop at Bartol Foundation on Wednesday, December 6. [learn more]

Getting at Liveness Workshop Getting at Liveness Workshop

Getting at Liveness Workshop

Donna Oblongata (ACG '16, '14) leads a two-day workshop on cultivating maximum liveness on stage, both in ourselves and in the objects we bring with us, on December 9 and 10 at Panorama Arts Collective. [learn more]

Destiny Estimate by MJ Kaufman Now Playing Destiny Estimate by MJ Kaufman Now Playing

Destiny Estimate by MJ Kaufman Now Playing

Destiny Estimate is a new play by MJ Kaufman (ACG '13) about fate, life and possibility through movement, mythology, storytelling, and song. It runs October 19 - 29, 2017 at Christ Church Neighborhood House. [learn more]

Khmer Classical Dance Master Class with Lanica Khmer Classical Dance Master Class with Lanica

Khmer Classical Dance Master Class with Lanica Angpak

Join Cambodian American Girls Empowering for a Khmer Classical Dance Master Class with Lanica Angpak (LTA '15) on Sunday, October 29. [learn more]

Practice and Performance Lab with Leah Stein Practice and Performance Lab with Leah Stein

Practice and Performance Lab with Leah Stein

Leah Stein (ACG '17, WOO '02, '99) presents a weekend Practice and Performance Lab on October 13 and 14 at The Art Room. Enter a creative process with Leah Stein’s thread of research that integrates body, voice, song, movement and rhythm. [learn more]

Philadelphia Jazz Project - All Women, All Jazz

DivaNation Philly, a jazz vocalist collective spawned by the Philadelphia Jazz Project and Philadelphia’s stellar, jazz guitar sensation, Monnette Sudler join up to present a concert highlighting a cast of all-female vocalists. [learn more]

Call for Artists: Hurry Up and Wait Call for Artists: Hurry Up and Wait

Call for Artists: Hurry Up and Wait

Hurry Up and Wait is a juried exhibition at Asian Arts Initiative, curated by Adriel Luis. They invite submissions by artists working in visual art, literary arts, and performing arts on the subject of migration and immigration. Deadline is July 10. [learn more]

Theatre en Las Parcelas Theatre en Las Parcelas

Power Street Theatre Company Performs Out of Orbit on June 10

Power Street Theatre Company and ​Norris Square Neighborhood Project present Theatre en Las Parcelas, a series of culturally-resonating performances in a garden space in North Philadelphia. Don't miss Out of Orbit on June 10, a three-character theatre piece that incorporates poetic monologue, movement and music while exploring the complexities of power and privilege, environmental justice, homelessness, ancestral awakenings, and Latinx cultural preservation. [learn more]

2017 Outbound Poetry Festival 2017 Outbound Poetry Festival

Yolanda Wisher Curates 2017 Outbound Poetry Festival

Philadelphia Poet Laureate Yolanda Wisher (ACG '08) has curated the 2017 Outbound Poetry Festival, presented by Philadelphia Contemporary, featuring performances by Denice Frohman (LTA '12), Monnette Sudler (LTA '11, ACG '15, '14), Trapeta Mayson (LTA '07, ACG '14), Ursula Rucker (LTA '08, ACG '08), and more! Events take place April 9-21. [learn more]

For Women Collective Featured in The Market on CCPTV

Debra Powell-Wright (ACG '15, '11 '06), founder/director of For Women Collective, with Pat McLean (LTA '06, ACG '11, '05), the late Darlene Godwin-Beard, and Karen Smith, are featured in the first episode of The Market, a new CCPTV program focused on the African American Diaspora. [learn more]

For Women Collective Hosts Sisterly Luv Salon

For Women Collective will host Sisterly Luv Salon, an at-home pop-up shop, show, and self-care session featuring hand-made crafts, books, performances, yoga, and dance on July 1, 2017 at 12:00 PM in Clifton Heights, PA. They are seeking a limited number of vendors who offer one of the following: hand-made crafts, jewelry, clothes, or art. [learn more]

Monnette Sudler Performs at Center City Jazz Festival and More in April

Monnette Sudler (LTA '11, ACG '15, '14) performs in the Outbound Poetry Festival, the Philadelphia Real Book concert, and the Center City Jazz Festival this month. [learn more]

Sarah Mitteldorf and Kaleid Theatre Perform Scape-ing

Sarah Mitteldorf (ACG '15, '12)'s ensemble, Kaleid Theatre, will be performing a new piece, Scape-ing, on April 27-29 in Germantown. Scape-ing is an exploration of hate in space and in the body. Told through dance, plot-lines, poetry, and news articles, Scape-ing is a theatrical investigation of violent human emotions, a personal reflection on the first months of a new administration, and a ritual of compassion. [learn more]

iele paloumpis and Jai Arun Ravine Perform in Shadow Play at BAX

iele paloumpis (ACG '10) and Jai Arun Ravine (ACG '16) are performing in Shadow Play at Brooklyn Arts Exchange in Brooklyn, NY on Friday, March 3. This event, curated by Marissa Perel, is an evening of interdisciplinary performances addressing the shadow aspects of identity, intimacy and community. What kinds of bodies are permitted to survive? What kinds of bodies are worth being cared for? [learn more]

niv Acosta in Creating Black Futures at Live Ideas 2017

niv Acosta (ACG '10) will join E Jane, Reina Gossett, Andre Carrington, and others for Happy Hour: Creating Black Futures at New York Live Arts Studios on March 15 at 5:30pm. This event is part of NYLA's Live Ideas 2017 series: Mx'd Messages, curated by Mx Justin Vivian Bond. The series examines the idea of a world without binaries–across gender, politics, theology, sensory perception and race. [learn more]

Nicole Bindler Offers Body Mind Centering, Contact Improv, and Clitoral Embodiment

Nicole Bindler (ACG '15) is teaching a Body Mind Centering series at The Whole Shebang on reflexes, continuing March 18 and April 22, 11a-2p, as well as a Contact Improvisation class at Headlong Studios on April 16, 23, 30 and May 7, 1-3p. Nicole's article on Clitoral Embodiment: a somatic practice and a non-binary approach to experiencing the genitalia, was published in Contact Quarterly. [learn more]

Artists Wanted for BrideNext 2017 Project at the Painted Bride

The Painted Bride is seeking to engage two artists working in any performance medium as part of its BrideNext Project. These artists must be based in Philadelphia, between 21 and 38, and looking to create an immersive, interactive, collaborative performance. One artist’s focus will be on Educational Justice and one will be on Racial Justice. Deadline: March 3. [learn more]

Creative Philadelphia Accepts Applications for Performances in Public Spaces

Creative Philadelphia accepts applications from organizations or individuals for Performances in Public Spaces, a program that provides opportunities families to see high quality performances in their neighborhoods for free. Deadline: March 27. [learn more]

Merian Soto (LTA '16) Performs in SunSet on February 7

Merian Soto (LTA '16) and others perform in SunSet, an site-specific, improvised work of movement, voice, experimental video, and music on February 7, presented by The Village of Arts and Humanities. [learn more]

niv Acosta (ACG '10) in Queer Art at the Edge

niv Acosta (ACG '10) participates in "Queer Art at the Edge," an artist talk with Sheila Pepe and LJ Roberts, moderated by Hunter O'Hanian, at the Museum of the City of New York on February 1. [learn more]

Sarah Mitteldorf Shows OK, I'll Tell You and Titles Are For Little Witches at PAAFF

Sarah Mitteldorf’s theatre pieces OK, I'll Tell You and Titles Are For Little Witches: The Salem Bitch Trials are showing on November 16 and 17 during the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival. [learn more]

ETC Performance Series at Community Education Center

Community Education Center is hosting ETC Performance Series, an opportunity for performers of all genres to showcase new works and works-in-progress before a diverse audience. The 10th season opening performances will take place November 12 and 13. [learn more]

Kid’s Musical About Clean Energy

Philadelphia-based children's music duo Ants on a Log is producing their debut musical Curious November 13 and 19 at The Rotunda. [learn more]

Gabriela Sanchez’ Power Street Theatre Company Presents She Wore Those Shoes

Gabriela Sanchez’ Power Street Theatre Company presents She Wore Those Shoes from October 28 to 30 at the Iron Factory. [learn more]

Vashti Dubois’ Colored Girls Museum Presents A Good Nights Sleep

Vashti Dubois’ Colored Girls Museum is hosting A Good Nights Sleep as part of Fringe Festival. The show runs from September 9 to 18. [learn more]

Jennifer Kidwell Presents Underground Railroad Game

Jennifer Kidwell’s play Underground Railroad Game is showing at Ars Nova in New York from September 13 to October 15. [learn more]

Anne-Marie Mulgrew and Dancers Company present its 30th Anniversary Concert

This event will be held June 9 and 10 at 7:30 pm and June 11 at 3:00 pm at Christ Church Neighborhood House Theater (20 N. American St). [learn more]

Performing Arts Residency

The University City Arts League is announcing the pilot season of their new Performing Arts Residency Program. Deadline: April 15 [learn more]

Mariposa & the Saint

Mariposa & the Saint, a play made from Sara (Mariposa) Fonseca’s letters to her longtime friend Julia Steele Allen, after she was sentenced to fifteen months in solitary confinement. [learn more]

THEN AND NOW: A Conversation

Rasheedah Phillips, a Leeway Foundation board member, will be a panelist for THEN AND NOW: A Conversation. The event will be held at Arden Theatre Company (40 N 2nd St) on April 7, in partnership with WHYY’s Keystone Crossroads. [learn more]