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Kimmel Center premiers 8 Stops

Philadelphia // May 8, 2014

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By Anne Ewers, Kimmel Center President and CEO We were thrilled that the Kimmel Center’s inaugural theater residency premiered the work of OBIE winning playwright Deb Margolin on April 25.  8 Stops marked the culmination of an impactful theatre residency in SEI Innovation Studio that would not have been possible without the generous support of […]

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“Resonancias” by Jose Luis Rodriguez

Dance, Miami, Music // May 8, 2014

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Jose Luis Rodriguez

“Resonancias,” presented by FUNDarte‘s Miami On Stage: Knight New Works Series, opens May 8th and 9th, at the Miami Dade County Auditorium On.Stage Black Box Theater. The performance is an interdisciplinary and multicultural collaboration conceived by Flamenco guitarist and composer Jose Luis Rodriguez. The work includes images and staging by Alexey Taran and Carla Forte, […]

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The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s Carnivale

Charlotte // May 8, 2014

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Carnivale comes to the Queen City with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s performance of Saint-Saens’ “Carnival of the Animals” and an excerpt from Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” on May 9th at 7:30 p.m. in the Knight Theater. Tickets are $29 and include a free drink. A shortened matinee version will be performed at 12 p.m. that day […]

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Institute for New Feeling encourages togetherness at Practice

Philadelphia // May 8, 2014

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The journey and the destination are one in the same at Practice Gallery with an interactive project by the Institute for New Feeling (IfNf). Here, the gallery becomes a vehicle for renewal as much as for movement, contemplation, and interpersonal connection. Nina Sarnelle brings her “Walk Together” concept to Practice in order to bring people […]

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Full Moon Euphoria at Riverside Cemetery breeds stunning photos

Macon // May 7, 2014

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Each year in May, Riverside Cemetery, a Knight Arts grantee, hosts an event where up to 40 photographers take photos (of people and props) under the full moon’s light. There’s no reason to be afraid of hanging in the cemetery after hours because they provide plenty of security. All levels of photographers come out to participate […]

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Y’all Come to “Ring of Fire” at Actors’ Summit

Akron, Music, Theater // May 7, 2014

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“Ring of Fire” is a country and rockabilly treat when put into the hands of Actors’ Summit, a Knight Arts grantee and its remarkable cast of singers and musicians. The show takes a reflective biographical look at musical legend and star Johnny Cash through his music. If you know nothing about Cash, you’ll learn a […]

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“Bandara” bodes well for the new Latino Asian Fusion Series by Pangea World Theater and Teatro del Pueblo

St. Paul, Theater // May 7, 2014

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Pangea World Theater and Teatro del Pueblo (both Knight Arts grantees) have been collaborating since 2010, co-presenting work in the annual Political Theatre Festivals and with productions like Luis Alfaro’s “Oedipus El Rey,” Sandra Cisneros’ “House On Mango Street,” and last year, with Nilo Cruz’s “Lorca in a Green Dress.” But their latest endeavor together, the world premiere […]

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Cellist to walk in footsteps of pilgrims, offering Bach

Miami, Music // May 7, 2014

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Cellist Dane Johansen played Coral Gables last night as a member of the Escher Quartet, joining British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor for a concert of music by composers including Dvořák and Dutilleux. But tonight, he’s in Palm Beach, where the Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach is holding a fundraiser for his solo project, which begins […]

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Party in Romare Bearden Park

Charlotte // May 6, 2014

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At the end of last summer Mecklenburg County’s Park and Recreation department opened Romare Bearden Park at 300 South Church Street in Uptown Charlotte in homage to Charlotte-born artist, Romare Bearden. Known for his textured collages and modernist blending of abstraction and representation, Bearden often portrayed nostalgic recollections of the rural South, even though he […]

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“The Secret of Life..Revealed, Again. For the First Time, Ever” by Jerry Vile opens at Inner State Gallery

Detroit // May 6, 2014

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In an opening foreshadowed by one of the most tongue-in-cheek press releases of all time, artist Jerry Vile—best known as organizer of the longstanding international erotic art show The Dirty Show—premiered an exhibition of work and scene at the Inner State Gallery. The opening night event was a spectacle of Vile proportions, in line with […]

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