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Waiting for Godot

Originally created by Classical Theater of Harlem, this Waiting for Godot takes place in the world of the Hurricane Katrina aftermath. Two shabbily dressed African-American men become increasingly desperate for help as they wait on the roof of a dilapidated … Continue reading

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Mazowsze

An ensemble of 90 dancers, musicians, and singers, mazowsze is a thrilling display of dazzling movement, vibrant color and stunning beauty. Mazowsze whirls, leaps, stamps and glides in a glorious outpouring of sound and motion, rhythm, and music that celebrates … Continue reading

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Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura and her family travel across America in search of a place they can call home. Facing obstacles such as scarlet fever and eviction from their land, their pioneering spirit and family bonds are tested but never broken. This uplifting … Continue reading

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The Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats

THE SHANGRI-LA CHINESE ACROBATS® have taken the world by storm and continue to do so in their 30 years as a North American Theatre attraction for hundreds of Universities and performing arts centers. The precision and grace of Chinese acrobatics … Continue reading

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The Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats

The Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats have taken the world by storm and continue to do so in their 30 years as a North American Theatre attraction for hundreds of Universities and performing arts centers. The precision and grace of Chinese acrobatics, … Continue reading

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Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin

The true story of mountaineer Greg Mortenson’s inspired mission and struggle to build schools for young girls in Pakistan. From the first heart-stopping opening moments stranded on a mountaintop, this accomplished actor brings audiences through the very intimate journey of … Continue reading

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Three Cups of Tea

Based on the best selling book by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Redin Produced by The American Place Theater Literature to Life series Three Cups of Tea is a gripping theater piece beautifully constructed word to word from the book … Continue reading

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Balé Folclórico da Bahia

The 38-member troupe of dancers, musicians, and singers performs “Bahian” folkloric dances of african origin that features slave dances, capoeira (a form of martial arts), samba, and carnival dances. “You could call it the Brazilian ‘Blast’ or the Bahian ‘Riverdance.’ … Continue reading

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Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet

An exceptionally talented corps of sixteen dancers performs new works by the world’s most sought-after emerging choreographers. Through their daring, athletic movement and integration of ballet into contemporary and popular forms, the dancers of Cedar Lake take audiences on an … Continue reading

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L.A. Theatre Works, Susan Albert Loewenberg, Producing Director, presents “The RFK Project”

“The RFK Project” chronicles Robert Kennedy’s dramatic transformation from discomfort with and indifference towards the Civil Rights movement to a champion and crusader. It offers a compelling and dramatic illumination of a crucial decade, enabling a new generation to hear the words, feel the tension and explore the issues that still resonate today. Continue reading

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