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  • A Bronx Tale

    At Ft. Myers' Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre

    By: Aaron Krause - Apr 25th, 2021

    A Bronx Tale is a crowd-pleasing, familiar tale. A production of the stage musical is docked at Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre. The production, which runs through May 22, features strong acting.

  • A Letter To Harvey Milk: The Musical

    Coming Out in San Francisco

    By: Susan Hall - Apr 23rd, 2021

    A Letter to Harvey Milk had a successful run at the Acorn Theatre in New York in 2018.  It is streming free with suggested donations for the Actor’s Fund and The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. Now it is streaming live.

  • Guggenheim Museum Programming

    Works & Process Live and On Line

    By: Guggenheim - Apr 22nd, 2021

    The performing arts series Works & Process announces the addition of 6pm performances at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum as a part of New York state’s “Safely Bringing Back the Arts” pilot program. Since March 19, under the guidance of the Department of Health, two concurrent series of performances produced by Works & Process are taking place in the Guggenheim’s iconic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed rotunda. These reduced-capacity events are among the first indoor performances the state has permitted since it closed venues due to the pandemic a year ago, reaching a milestone in the recovery of the city’s cultural sector.

  • Victoria Bond Presents Cutting Edge Music

    Glass, Warren, von Kampen and Bond Featured

    By: Susan Hall - Apr 22nd, 2021

    We are rooted in the Byzantine chant in this evening’s concert.  Pianist Paul Barnes chants in the Greek Orthodox service. As an introduction to each based on specific chants, he sang. We first heard the tones mixed with breath and feeling of these remarkable interpretations of the psalms. Listeners are able to slip into the works with echoes of their origins fresh in the memory.

  • Bang on a Can

    OneBeat Marathon Live Online Sunday, May 2,

    By: Bang - Apr 21st, 2021

    Bang on a Can announces the hourly schedule for the second OneBeat Marathon – Live Online – on Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 12pm - 4pm EDT, curated by Found Sound Nation, its social practice and global collaboration wing. Over four hours the OneBeat Marathon will share the power of music and tap into the most urgent and essential sounds of our time. From the Kyrgyz three-stringed komuz played on the high steppe, to the tranceful marimba de chonta of Colombia's pacific shore, to the Algerian Amazigh highlands and to the trippy organic beats of Bombay’s underground scene – OneBeat finds a unifying possibility of sound that ties us all together.   

  • Huntington Theatre World Premiere

    Black Beans Project to Live Stream

    By: Huntington - Apr 21st, 2021

    The Huntington presents Black Beans Project, a world premiere digital work by Huntington artist-in-residence Melinda Lopez and award-winning performer Joel Perez, directed by Jaime Castañeda, and available for on-demand streaming from May 11 – 30, 2021.

  • Jacob's Pillow 2021

    Onsite Events Run June 30-August 29

    By: Pillow - Apr 20th, 2021

    Onsite events run June 30-August 29, with online streaming through September 23. Newly imagined—with the safety of artists, staff, and audiences at the forefront of all planning—the Festival will feature commissioned works and world premieres, present new site-specific performances created especially for the Pillow’s 220-acre campus, and engage hundreds of artists who have had incredibly limited performance opportunities for the last year.

  • Newport Music Festival 2021

    53rd Season From July 4-20

    By: NMF - Apr 19th, 2021

    Newport Music Festival announces the complete seventeen-concert schedule for its 53rd season, from July 4-20, 2021. All concerts will be held outdoors at historic mansions and venues in Newport, Rhode Island including The Breakers, Bellevue House, Castle Hill Inn, The Chanler at Cliff Walk, King Park, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, Norman Bird Sanctuary, and Rough Point. The full schedule is included below and available at Tickets will go on sale to the public on April 19.  

  • Living Without Fear

    Our Place in the World

    By: Cheng Tong - Apr 18th, 2021

    Laozi says the great Way is easy. Once we find our place in the world, and learn to live in harmony with it, this may be true. Part of finding our place, though, is living without fear.

  • Hemingway on PBS

    An Enigma Wrapped in Mystery

    By: Jack Lyons - Apr 18th, 2021

    Hemingway was an enigma wrapped in a mystery that could always get away with things that ordinary people could or word never do. He relished his celebrity status to the hilt and he was a party-going   charmer when he needed to be.  He was envied by men, and was desired by women from afar.  In his twenties he had matinee idol looks, and worked them to his advantaged.

  • Mezze Restaurant Goes Whole Hog

    Chef Nick Cooks It Snout to Tail

    By: Mezze - Apr 20th, 2021

    Mezze is a destination for fine dining in Williamstown. Last week, Chef Nick broke down his first whole East Mountain Farm heritage pig since before the pandemic. This brings us hope. Hope to continue supporting our farmers, hope to continue to serve you from nose to tail, and hope that we'll continue expanding how we gather together, together. hich hails from Italy; it is a zero ABV spirit that replaces gin though possesses a similar flavor profile.

  • Amazons Among Us by Donna Dodson

    At Boston Sculptors

    By: Boston Sculptors - Apr 19th, 2021

    The world needs new heroines, and Dodson creates them for this exhibition. In her new series of wood sculptures, Dodson re-imagines Albrecht Durer’s “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” as Amazon warriors.

  • Opera San Jose Live Streams

    A Trilogy of One Act Operas

    By: Victor Cordell - Apr 17th, 2021

    What a pleasure to see Bay Area opera companies offering alternatives to traditional live performance productions until we are able to return to the opera houses to experience their magnificence as intended.  Following its streaming production of “Three Decembers” by Jake Heggie, Opera San José now offers a curated trilogy of one-act operas.  Marital relationships, or more loosely, love constitutes the common bond among the trio.  With each requiring only two singing parts, they are highly conducive to the strictures of pandemic era productions.

  • New Directions: The Cover Story

    Pioneer Designer Alvin Lustig’s Fifty Best Book Covers In One Box

    By: Jessica Robinson - Apr 16th, 2021

    The great graphic designer Milton Glaser once said, “there are three responses to a piece of design—yes, no, and WOW!” WOW! is what you’ll say to New Directions’ newly assembled set of fifty postcards celebrating its greatest salesman, Alvin Lustig—a creative genius who revolutionized the craft of book-cover design. Each of the postcards in this glorious collection is a work of art in its own right.

  • The Clark Art Institute

    Celebrates Earth Day on April 22

    By: Clark - Apr 16th, 2021

    The Clark Art Institute celebrates Earth Day on Thursday, April 22, with two guided programs that invite visitors to connect with nature and art on the Clark’s campus. Clark educators lead ninety-minute outdoor experiences that inspire participants to write, draw, move, and more as they explore the unique natural settings of the Ground/work exhibition.

  • Clark Art Institute Free May 2

    First Sundays Free Program

    By: Clark - Apr 14th, 2021

    The Clark Art Institute’s popular First Sundays Free program continues on Sunday, May 2. Admission to the galleries is free to all visitors for the entire day, but advance registration is necessary.    

  • Bard's TON Orchestra Performs Live

    Leon, Bernstein, Stravinsky and Mendelssohn

    By: Susan Hall - Apr 15th, 2021

    The Orchestra Now presented its first live concert of the 2020-21 season at the Fisher Center, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson. It was a smashing success.

  • Spring at Hancock Shaker Village

    Come See the Adorable Baby Animals

    By: HSV - Apr 15th, 2021

    It's spring at Hancock Shaker Village. That means time for one of its most popular events. For family fun come see all the newborn animals from lambs and piglets to chicks and goats.

  • Noah Haidle’s Sweet and Painful play, Smokefall

    An Encore by Goodman Theatre

    By: Nancy Bishop - Apr 15th, 2021

    Noah Haidle’s sweet and painful play, Smokefall, directed by Anne Kaufman, staged by Goodman Theatre in 2013-14, and now streaming as part of Goodman’s Encore series.

  • Huntington Theatre 2021

    Season Starts in Late August

    By: Huntington - Apr 14th, 2021

    The Huntington announces the return to live, in-person performances following an incomparable year-and-a-half of stages left dark because of the global pandemic. The 7-play season will begin on August 27, 2021 and take place primarily at the Wimberly Theatre in the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA in the South End while The Huntington Theatre undergoes a transformational renovation; one production will take place at the Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre.

  • Lisa Ramirez Performs Eliot's The Waste Land

    April is the Cruelest Month

    By: Victor Cordell - Apr 13th, 2021

    John Wilkens has adapted “The Waste Land” to the stage as a vehicle for a solo performer.  Oakland Theater Project has produced the staging, starring the multi-talented Lisa Ramirez and directed by Michael Socrates Moran.  This production is the first live performance with a live audience sanctioned by Actors Equity in the state of California since the start of the pandemic.  But to accomplish the approval, the performance is outdoors, and the audience remain in their cars. 

  • Cutting Edge New Music Festival 2021

    The Art of the 21st Century Trombone

    By: Susan Hall - Apr 13th, 2021

    The Cutting Edge Concert Series 23rd season began this week. Victoria Bond has held this series through thick and thin.  It comes to us live streamed and is a treasure.

  • Brockton's Fuller Craft Museum

    Under New Management: The Commodification of the Permanent Collection

    By: Fuller - Apr 13th, 2021

    Debuting on April 24, 2021 in the Lampos Gallery, Under New Management: The Commodification of the Permanent Collection features works from Fuller Craft’s permanent collection selected by guest curators and Boston-area artists Oliver Mak, Kenji Nakayama, and Pat Falco. Operating as a fictitious marketing company, MFN Integrated Solutions, the curatorial team aims to activate the collection.

  • The Niceties

    At Southeast Florida's Island City Stage

    By: Aaron Krause - Apr 12th, 2021

    The Niceties is an explosive drama that asks us how we might be contributing to systemic racism. The Eleanor Burgess drama takes place on a prestigious university in the Northeast. Island City Stage in suburban Ft. Lauderdale is presenting the show in person and online. In-person performances continue through April 18. Streaming will be available from April 16-25.

  • Robert Morgan’s Equations

    An On Line Exhibition at Blue Heron Gallery

    By: Charles Giuliano - Apr 12th, 2021

    With large format watercolor on paper Robert Morgan renders superbly crafted representational images. A recognizable object or landscape, however, is generally juxtaposed with another crisply rendered but puzzling element. They form visual equations but cleverly askew. In the work of this artist one plus one often does not add up to two. It's left to the viewer to do the math.

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