The History of Invulnerability
Apr 8 to May 4
For every Superman, there must be a Jerry Siegel—the creative brains behind the fantasy brawn. Siegel, a Jewish writer creating comics on the brink of...
Jun 12 to Jul 7
Back by popular demand, Wicked is the winner of 35 major awards, including a Grammy and three Tony Awards. Long before that girl from Kansas...
LCT: The Wind in the Willows
Jun 14 to Jun 23
Adapted by T. James Belich Based on the novel by Kenneth Grahame Rat, Mole and Badger’s idyllic days on the river are cut short by...
Brecht's Works in English: A Bibliography
The Bibliography of Bertolt Brecht's Works in English Translation is a cooperative project of the International Brecht Society and the Bertolt-Brecht-Archiv (Akademie der Künste, Berlin)....
The Law Portal (an art law resource)
The goal of The Law Portal is to present legal primers--relatively brief summaries of the law for non-lawyers--on matters that affect the arts, artists and...
Voice of the River Valley
Voice of the River Valley is a free monthly print and online guide to people, organizations and events that inspire, educate and enrich life in...
Act I usually presents a fall production, a spring production (often a children's theater production), and a parlor concert (around the 4th of July) featuring...
Al. Ringling Theatre / ART Friends
Built in 1915 by Al. Ringling, the eldest of the famed Ringling Brothers, the Al. Ringling Theatre is a community-based, nonprofit organization owned and operated...
Alley Stage presents original plays and performances in an historic, rustic outdoor setting.
Shakespeare in The Garden
Shakespeare is for everyone! We welcome you to spend the afternoon and evening with Henry Timm and Door Shakespeare - home of one of the...
Dates: Jul 8
New York, New York!
Join us for our 2nd annual fall get-away to New York City! We’ll immerse ourselves in New York theatre and sightseeing with group leader Patricia...
Dates: Oct 22 to Oct 26