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Koresh Dance

Thursday, February 22nd at 7:00 PM

Sense of Human, choreographed by Artistic Director, Ronen Koresh was created to an all original soundtrack featuring violinist Nick Kendall of Time for Three in collaboration with producer Greg Smith and poet Karl Mullin. In this full length work featuring all 10 of KDC’s powerhouse dancers, Koresh uses “command of characterization and solid storytelling” to connect the dancers with audiences, says Merilyn Jackson of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

 

One of Koresh’s most loved works, Sense of Human, premiered in 2011 and is being reimagined with a new cast for a 2017 unveiling. Deciding to re-stage Sense of Human came from a desire to delve into the complexities of real human emotion. Koresh believes that in a world where we are all so connected to digital mediums, it is difficult to truly understand a person’s actual feelings or thoughts. Through this work Koresh hopes to showcase the realness and vulnerability of the human spirit when we aren’t hiding behind a computer screen. The result is experiencing the connectivity of our humanness in real time

Tickets range from $10-$32

The Addiction Performance Project

Presented by Theater of War

Wednesday, March 7th at 7:00 PM

The Addiction Performance Project presents dramatic readings of Act Three of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night as a catalyst for town hall discussions about the disease of addiction as it touches patients, families, and health professionals who work in the fields of primary care, nursing, and clinical bioethics.

Each reading is followed by a panel discussion, led by a diverse panel of community experts, culminating in a facilitated town hall discussion about the complex ethical and professional challenges posed by screening for, and treating, patients who are abusing drugs and/or struggling with addiction.

This unique participatory event raises awareness of addiction as a chronic disease, as well as the importance of screening for and addressing substance abuse in advance of the emergence of addiction. The reading/discussion format is intended to break down the stigma associated with addiction and promote healthy dialogue among diverse communities–public and professional–fostering compassion, cooperation, and understanding about patients who are living with the disease of addiction.

 

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Tickets range from $10-$32

Anything Goes!

Presented by the Pinkerton Players

March 23 and 24 at 7:00pm and March 25 at 2:00pm

The PA Players present the classic American musical Anything Goes.

Anything Goes is set aboard the ocean liner S. S. American, where nightclub singer/evangelist Reno Sweeney is en route from New York to England. Her pal Billy Crocker has stowed away to be near his love, Hope Harcourt, but the problem is Hope is engaged to the wealthy Lord Evelyn Oakleigh. Joining this love triangle on board the luxury liner are Public Enemy #13, Moonface Martin and his sidekick-in-crime Bonnie. With the help of some elaborate disguises, tap-dancing sailors and good old-fashioned blackmail, Reno and Martin join forces to help Billy in his quest to win Hope’s heart.

Adults $12, Students and Seniors $10

Pss Pss

Presented by Compagnia Baccalà

May 10th at 7:00pm

Two modern-day clowns take to the stage. This cannot be good news.

Brilliant, tender, hilarious and ingenious, inspired by Chaplin, Keaton and the stars of silent films, Baccalà’s timeless performance of enthralling physicality and exquisite expression has been delighting audiences the world over since 2010. Inventive, exciting, ridiculous, this breathtaking pas de deux of mishaps and acrobatics will have you laughing long after you leave the theatre. Winner of 13 international prizes, including the Cirque Du Soleil prize, you’ve never seen anything like it. Do not miss.

Tickets range from $10-$20