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Events on Saturday, May 4, 2019

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Saturday, May 4 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

Saturday, May 4 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

Saturday, May 4 at 7:00 PM

7:00 PM
Core Dance - Field Day 2019

Field Day is an opportunity for up to 15 community artists to show their work-in-process in a first-come/first serve basis. This non-curated performance opportunity is available to artists of all mediums who register in advance - dance, theater, spoken word, music, visual art, the list goes on - in a professionally-produced format.Read more

Saturday, May 4 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

Saturday, May 4 at 8:00 PM

8:00 PM
Ole Flamenco - Prendidos Flamenco

Alfonso Losa & Company

In “PRENDIDOS” you will journey with a cast of world-class artists, through the different "palos" or styles of flamenco that are sustained by flamenco’s three basic pillars: song, guitar, and dance.

It will depict a series of sequences that represent different important moments in life and in art. All this is contextualized in the epoch of maximum splendor for flamenco and its " cante " or song, which is so essential to today's flamenco. An epoch in which flamenco and the Spanish t onadilla share the same period of relevance. This show makes reference to that memorable artistic period where poetry, the artists and their grand personalities leave us with a legacy that is unparalleled, which we now remember as the Golden Age of flamenco. "PRENDIDOS" or “Lit” in Flamenco is a pure process. We are life itself.Read more

Saturday, May 4 at 8:00 PM

8:00 PM
New Era Theatre - in the Blood

By Suzan-Lori Parks

In the Blood introduces us to Hester, a woman of the street who has five children by five different fathers. Hester lives in a state of illiteracy while claiming as a home for herself and her children the underside of a bridge. She is offered ineffectual help by her closest friend, Amiga Gringa, by a social worker, by a roaming medical doctor, and by an evangelical street preacher. Help is seemingly at hand when Chili, the father of her first “treasure,” Jabber, appears and offers her a chance for rescue. In The Blood by Suzan-Lori ParksRead more