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ONLINE Spring Acting Classes for adults and teens


Our spring semester begins FEBRUARY 8TH!

Join us for beginning acting classes, movement and voice, Alexander Technique, improvisation, and MORE! 

We are expanding its online offerings to include a semester on contemporary Irish playwrights and new workshops on the art of drag, self-taping for auditions, and devising theater today. 

Join the Conservatory for their online spring semester. Adult classes will meet once a week on Zoom and all are 10% off!

By: Studio Acting Conservatory

More Info:
https://studioactingconservatory.org

Run:
02/08/2021 -

Location:
Virtual

Show Type(s):
Classes / Workshops
Price:
Varies, see Website

Creative Conversation - Storytelling the Beauty & Diversity of Black Manhood


With the re-release of Psalmayene 24’s ‘Dear Mapel,’ Mosaic is partnering with Project GoodMen for a conversation on the beauty and diversity of Black manhood, intergenerational mentorship, and the power of the arts. Our Creative Conversation will explore the transformational act of sharing our stories, celebrate the DC programs empowering Black men, and amplify the spectrum of Black male identity. Featuring local and national organizations, artists, and community leaders, this event will spotlight artistic expression and make a deep-dive into how we continue to struggle for and co-create mutual liberation.

By: Mosaic Theater Company of DC

More Info:
https://mosaictheater.org/public-programming-events/creative-conversation-storyt...

Run:
01/28/2021 - 01/28/2021

Location:
Virtual

Show Type(s):
Panel / Discussion
Price:
0

Mosaic Education Series: Playwriting Contest Celebration of Winners


Join us Friday, February 26 at 7:00 PM EST to celebrate the talent of the winners of Mosaic’s first ever Playwriting Contest! The winning plays will be read by professional actors as directed by professional directors. A Q&A with local celebrity judges and the winning high school playwrights will follow the performance. This event is free, but registration is required.

By: Mosaic Theater Company of DC

More Info:
https://mosaictheater.org/on-the-move

Run:
02/26/2021 - 02/26/2021

Location:
Virtual

Show Type(s):
Classes / Workshops
Panel / Discussion
Reading

Price:
0

CREATIVE CONVERSATION — AFROFUTURISM: PAST-FUTURE IN ART AND PERFORMANCE


Afrofuturism is a philosophy, an aesthetic, a creative revolution and a term coined by Mark Dery in 1993 that is a celebration and liberation of Black imagination. Exploring inner and outer space, Afrofuturism expands the stereotype of what black art “should” center, speaking to the African diaspora through techno-culture and science fiction. Dery said it best that Afrofuturism goes “Black to the Future” to unchain the mind and build a new world without the influence of European colonizers. The Creative Conversation will tour through Afrofuturism’s legacy founders like Sun Ra, George Clinton, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Octavia Butler, and travel contemporary passageways of work like Steam Funk, Black Panther, and Carbo Nerdiest, discussing artists like Erykah Badu, Janelle Monáe, Solange, and more.  This virtual event is free and no ticket is required to attend. https://mosaictheater.org/alive

By: Mosaic Theater Company of DC

More Info:
https://mosaictheater.org/alive

Run:
02/25/2021 - 02/25/2021

Location:
Virtual

Show Type(s):
Panel / Discussion
Price:
0

Distance Frequencies


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A lost letter reveals a hidden alliance. A familiar fragrance revives ancient memories. What unseen history does each corner of a city hold? How far away do you have to be to get to now? If you stand in just the right spot and listen closely, you can hear the past… and maybe even the future.

DISTANCE FREQUENCIES harnesses the power of the built and the natural world to create a visceral piece of immersive storytelling. Each month participants will receive a map and instructions to travel to a new curated location in the DC area. Along with the map, they’ll receive a box of artifacts to bring with them. They may go any time, alone or with quarantine-mates of their choice. Whenever they arrive, they’ll open their box and explore the story elements inside–letters, music, souvenirs, or photos. From October through April, each box reveals a new location and a new chapter in the ongoing story.  

The experience culminates in a full production of a site-specific show in July with outdoor, distanced (or whatever the world requires) performances.

Tickets can be purchased as a part of a complete package (all seven chapters + the summer show) or in three installments throughout the year. Audience can join the adventure at any time. Enjoy them monthly or binge them all at once in the spring! 

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More Info:
https://rorschachtheatre.com/distance-frequencies/

Run:
10/18/2020 - 08/27/2021

Location:


Show Type(s):
Storytelling
Tours

Price:
$50-$150

Spy Academy & the Lost Treasure of Atlantis


FEBRUARY 13 - MAY 23, 2021
Conceived by Strother Gaines
Written by Doug Robinson
Directed and Produced by Jeffrey Eagle
Best for ages 5+

 

CALLING ALL SPY CADETS:
Spy Team 7 is on a mission to recover a powerful treasure from the evil Dr. Levinious, but we’ve lost contact. Only YOU can help us now. Please sign up and help us save the world!
Our madcap team of expert spies needs YOU to help save the day and find the lost treasure of Atlantis! Full of surprises, fun, and memorable characters, each performance of Spy Academy takes a small number of families through a series of puzzles, codes, and challenges on a quest to recover the stolen Heart of the Dragon. Part online escape room, part interactive game, this creative and immersive theatrical experience is a live virtual event perfect for ages 5+

Spy Academy would make a fantastic birthday party! Schedule a private performance for your group with our patron services team at boxoffice@imaginationstage.org or at 301-280-1660.

By: Imagination Stage

More Info:
https://patrons.imaginationstage.org/overview/9288?psn=9288

Run:
02/13/2021 - 05/23/2021

Location:
Virtual

Show Type(s):
Performance
Price:
$25

The Snow Queen: An At-Home Theatre Experience


DECEMBER 12, 2020 - FEBRUARY 28, 2021
Written by Mike Kenny
Adapted from the Story by Hans Christian Andersen
Directed by Janet Stanford
Best for ages 5+

In this adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s winter fairy tale, a powerful friendship is put to the test as four narrators bring to life the story of Gerda and Kai, whose relationship is broken by the unfeeling Snow Queen. Can Gerda save Kai before his heart is frozen solid? Imagination abounds in this magical story of courage, wit, and unshakable resilience!

Your ticket purchase includes:

A 25-minute live "prequel Zoom performance", that sets the stage for the play. This interactive experience is exclusive with just 12 families at each performance. 

A link to view The Snow Queen, a filmed live performance, to be enjoyed within 24 hours of your chosen prequel Zoom performance.

How it works: 

Purchase a household ticket for the date and time you'd like to attend a live prequel Zoom performance. 

In advance of your performance, you will receive an email with TWO links for the Zoom prequel performance (1) and a link and password to the recorded streaming version of the full production (2). 

On the date and time of your prequel Zoom performance, log in, participate, and afterwards watch the recorded production of The Snow Queen. 

By: Imagination Stage

More Info:
https://patrons.imaginationstage.org/overview/7958?psn=7958

Run:
12/12/2020 - 02/28/2021

Location:
Virtual

Show Type(s):
Performance
Price:
$25

Community Conversation: Alternatives to the School-to-Prison Pipeline


Join us on February 23 for a lively discussion examining juvenile justice and practices that can better align to meet young people’s developmental needs. As we discuss possible reforms, we will also consider how the arts can play a role in providing youth with appropriate interventions. Join Cara Drinan, Faculty of Law and Director of Research at the Catholic University School of Law, spoken word artist Joseph Green of LMS Voice, who collaborates with Imagination Stage’s programming with incarcerated young people, and Ruschelle Reuben, Associate Superintendent of Student and Family Support and Engagement with Montgomery County Public Schools.

By: Imagination Stage

More Info:
https://imaginationstage.org/community-conversation-school-to-prison-pipeline/

Run:
02/23/2021 -

Location:
Virtual

Show Type(s):
Panel / Discussion
Price:
Free