Clown Conservatory: Sweatshop: Made in Commedia (SAN FRANCISCO)

Sweatshop: Made in Commedia Friday – Sunday, March 29-31, 7:30PM Circus Center, Theater FREE ADMISSION (Reserve Online) Rated PG-13. Commedia is a bawdy style of theater. Some material may not be suitable for children. LOCATION Circus Center 755 Frederick St SF CA 94117 Entry to this building and its bathroom facilities requires the use of stairs. There are no ramps or […]

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Daniel Stein-Celebration Barn.

Daniel Stein in “Timepiece” Timepiece On Saturday, July 23rd at 8 PM, Celebration Barn Theater presents Daniel Stein in “Timepiece”. Having toured 30 countries, Timepiece deals with the passage of time in the life of a man, and how conflict and power and subsequently, joy and love emerge from time’s progression.  “One of those rare revelatory experiences one waits for […]

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Synetic Theatre in DC– a silent King Lear (through April 24)

Thanks to Brian Foley for pointing this out to me! This looks like an amazing and highly stylized King Lear.  See the video below to see how amazing the production values of this show are. Apparently Synetic has been doing Silent Shakespeare productions, and this is the SEVENTH Synetic’s King Lear Presented by Synetic Theater Directed by Paata Tsikurishvili Choreography […]

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25% discount on Musashi- physical comedy from Japan.

An Important Message From – Serving Theatre Since 1884 – Save 25% on Musashi tickets* ($55 & $75 tickets only)Musashi is the story of two legendary swordsmen on a mission for retribution. This riotously funny and intensely dramatic play by Hisashi Inoue depicts the spirit of the samurai and the futility of revenge through Yukio Ninagawa’s lavish directorial rendering. Starring […]

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The Curse of Bigness

The Curse of Bigness May 16 – October 03, 2010 Opening Reception May 16, 2010 2-5pm (click here for more information) The Queens Museum will be presenting  The Curse of Bigness, a group of new projects by people working in the theater, graphic design, fashion, jewelry, performance, music, and art scenes, often as part of small-scale, self-reflexive partnerships or groups. […]

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19nth Season of the Ko Festival, Amherst

The 19nth season of Amherst’s Ko Festival has been curated on the theme of “It’s All in the Family.” They’ll have five weeks of shows that take a penetrating and entertaining look at families – both traditional and non-traditional. A rich examination of ways that people negotiate expectations, identity and legacy. The festival runs July 5 – August 8, 2010, […]

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February 25: International Commedia Dell’Arte Day

(Thanks to new papa Brian Foley for bringing this to my attention!) He’ll also be performing at the View Theatre, Roy Arias Studios on Feb 25 in celebration.  See the postcard below for details) Associazione SAT has proclaimed February 25, 2010, a worldwide Commedia dell’Arte Day Simultaneous events will occur all around the world as theatre companies, scholars, students, and […]

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