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Events on Friday, April 19, 2019

Friday, April 19, 2019

Friday, April 19 at 11:00 AM

11:00 AM
Main Street Theater - Goosebumps the Musical

Phantom of the Auditorium

Brooke and Zeke are excited to star in their school's next hit musical, The Phantom – until they hear a rumor that the show is cursed. Mysterious events start happening at the theater, and no one can be sure if it’s just coincidence or the work of…The Phantom! This silly and (only a little) spooky musical is based on the beloved series from R. L. Stine.Read more

Friday, April 19 at 2:00 PM

2:00 PM
Main Street Theater - Goosebumps the Musical

Phantom of the Auditorium

Brooke and Zeke are excited to star in their school's next hit musical, The Phantom – until they hear a rumor that the show is cursed. Mysterious events start happening at the theater, and no one can be sure if it’s just coincidence or the work of…The Phantom! This silly and (only a little) spooky musical is based on the beloved series from R. L. Stine.Read more

Friday, April 19 at 8:00 PM

8:00 PM
Pilot Dance Project - Hawa

Created by the artists of Brother(hood) Dance

Hawa (The Ride) is a contemporary myth, embodied in the characters of two horsemen, “Jacko” and “Cavalier Spirit.” Referencing West African cosmologies and urban cowboy practices the work takes up Black masculinity and the politics of adornment as source material for a creative fashioning of the future self. Through the use of short story and multimedia, this is an Afro-neo narrative of resilience, discovery, and transformation.Read more

Friday, April 19 at 8:00 PM

8:00 PM
Catastrophic Theatre - Toast

Written and directed by Brian Jucha

TOAST takes audiences on a raucous and mind-bending journey through Dante’s Nine Circles of Hell! This original, collectively-realized work brings together eight members of Catastrophic’s acting company with groundbreaking director Brian Jucha, a key collaborator of Catastrophic’s predecessor company, Infernal Bridegroom Productions. TOAST completes a trilogy that started with 1997’s LAST RITES and 2002’s WE HAVE SOME PLANES, two legendary Infernal Bridegroom productions, the latter of which landed Jucha and the company on the cover of American Theatre magazine.Read more