95 Russell St.
Actor, educator and writer Steven Tejada presents his one-man show "Boogie Down Journeys."
The performance is sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Education and is open to the public at no charge.
Written, directed and performed by Tejada, the show focuses on the powerful experiences of people of color. His monologues are reflections on personal journeys from the streets of the South Bronx to the boulevards of exclusive worlds. He combines comedy, drama and intense emotion to explore struggle, survival, love and laughter.
Gorham, ME 04038
"We'll be having a wild, wild party...and we're inviting you!" The University of Southern Maine School of Music presents the Maine premiere of “The Wild Party” Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19-20, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 21, at 5 p.m. at Corthell Concert Hall, USM Gorham. Andrew Lippa's sizzling, pulse-pounding score drives a riveting tale of runaway passions out of control. Set in the decadent Roaring 1920s, searing torch songs compliment a non-stop musical marathon of hedonistic merriment as party guests savor the fervor that defined the age of Jazz.
Brunswick, ME 04011
Brunswick Trinidad Sister City Association presents filmmaker and social commentator Jauretsi Saizarbitoria. Ms. Saizarbitoria will share a multi-media presentation titled "Cuban History Through the Lens of Music," speaking of the culture of music in Cuba, specifically her impressions of how new genres of music are born in response to political and cultural change.
Monmouth, ME 04259
Ancient Ephesus provides a vivid and colorful background to Shakespeare’s delightful comedy of mistaken identity and identical twins. This production is part of Shakespeare for a New Generation, a national program of the National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest.
Starts: Oct 15 2010 - 7:00am
Ends: Oct 15 2010 - 9:30am
Waterville, ME 04901
Dickens tale for young and old is brought to life with Tony-Awarding winning drama and music — and a cast of beguiling street urchins.
Mr. Cosby has dazzled generations with his comedy routines, iconic albums, best-selling books, and groundbreaking The Cosby Show.
Eastport, ME 04631
This play, which was originally a movie, was adapted for the stage by Richard Schenkman. After history professor John Oldman unexpectedly resigns from university, his startled colleagues impulsively invite themselves to his home, pressing him for an explanation. But they’re shocked to hear his reason for premature retirement: John claims he must move on because he is immortal, and cannot stay in one place for more than ten years without his secret being discovered.
Rockland, ME 04841
This groundbreaking work embraces the universal relevance of math, which often permeates the most unlikely of scenarios. A Disappearing Number, which won the Laurence Olivier Award for best new play (2008), the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Play (2007) and The Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Best New Play (2007), revolves around the mathematical and spiritual nature of infinity, which becomes the link between two mathematicians: one an established Cambridge professor and the other a young, autodidactic genius from India.
Portland, ME 04101
Nat Paradis is stuck in a rut as the manager of Paradis’ Last Convenient Store in northern Maine. When an old flame returns to town, Nat faces a choice between the possibilities of new love and old in this bittersweet, romantic comedy that looks at love lost and foun and the curve balls life throws at us.
Starts: Aug 4 2010 - 5:00pm
Ends: Aug 4 2010 - 7:00pm
Freeport, ME 04032
The Thos. Moser Chair Plays is a series of short plays based on the art of furniture maker Thos. Moser. It showcases renowned New England playwrights' scripts created to illustrate life’s moments inspired by the art of Thos. Moser chairs in a series of ten minute plays.