Inspired by a true story from the Korean Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms, Mokwha Repertory Company’s The Tempest is set in 5th century Korea, infusing Shakespeare’s text with elements of traditional Korean folklore.
An inter-generational workshop that explores experiences of the past in order to imagine the future. Participants will engage in simple theatre exercises to talk about climate change.
Four actors employ Grotowski method acting techniques to play 22 different characters. Based on the true story of Izolda Regenberg, a young Jewish woman trapped in the Warsaw ghetto with her husband family during World War II.
Daniel Allen Nelson, performs within his multi-media installation, consisting of artifacts and remnants of an extinct cultural and natural environment, bearing a nostalgic resemblance to our own world of just a few moments ago.
Each kid will get to come up with a dish for the menu, and draw a picture of it. What next? Everyone will make the restaurant’s Special for the Day using fresh fruit and veggies.
By Mike Gorman. A poetic drama that explores the punk roots of a commercial fisherman and his yearning for an imaginary place. A rebellious rock and roll spirit and dreams of high-seas adventure combine to create theater’s “perfect storm” in the high energy finale of Mike’s trilogy “The Honor and Glory of Whaling”.
Niky Wolcz studied at the Theater Universitat in Bucharest and since has been in high demand as an actor, teacher, and director throughout Europe. He has been on the faculty at Columbia University in New York City since 1996, where his productions include Twelfth Night,The Caucasian Chalk Circle , Ionesco’s Bald Soprano, The Lesson, and […]
By the Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theater. Featuring over 30 puppets by Milos Kasal backed up by a live chorus. Czech, English, Hebrew & Swahili songs are performed acapella by Judith Barnes and Hayden DeWitt. A delight for audiences ages 5 – 105.
Featuring Sing Felt! by Alexandra Tatarsky, These Animals Don’t Have Faces by Millie Kap, Quick Change by Felix Bernstein
Multi-Media Installation deconstructing the creative process of playwright Mike Gorman.