|In addition to our ongoing Film Entries and web outreach, we are planning these programs.|
Projected Fall/Winter schedule for 22-23.
Theatre for The New City (TNC) Off-Broadway invited me to do a program this Fall in Lower Manhattan. DATE TBA
The National Park service contacted me on our long postponed Teddy Roosevelt program. We had confirmed this on Presidents Day in 2020 before their shutdown. They are still in the process of re-opening. They were not aware that Teddy appeared and spoke in Newark unveiling Bourglan’s Lincoln in 1911.
We reached out to the Kearny Library for a pop up-event on Margaret Mitchell and GWTW. Also a Scotish Speciality sampling nearby. TBA
Concurrently, we have maintained contact with the Zimmerli Museum at Rutgers, New Brunswick for my program on Lyon, France there via Paterson. They have Grand Guignol puppets from Lyon, France in their collection. TBA
This history is featured in my EXITS and Entrances book as well, which I brought to their attention before the Pandemic too. The other day I heard back from contacts in Lyon too.
|State Ballet Theatre of Ukraineat NJPAC with The Nutcracker (above) and SLEEPING BEAUTYon December 18th and January 15, 2023.|
Besides writing letters on Ukraine forThe NYTimes, this is an opportunity to supportUkraine at NJPAC.
ArtsPR is organizing a group event for both performances there. We reserved and made a deposit for a Group of Seats.
State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine @ NJPAC.
The joint ticket price is $120- for both NUTCRACKER andSLEEPING BEAUTY or $60- per perfomance on Sunday Matinee’s.
sun, 12/18/22 @ 3:00pm
The State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine’s holiday spectacle transports you to a dazzling winter wonderland in this special matinee performance. Step into choreographer Andrei Litvinov’s magical world of toy soldiers and colorful characters. Tchaikovsky’s beloved score is full of instantly recognizable music, including “Waltz of the Flowers,” “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy,” and “Waltz of the Snowflakes”.
SLEEPING BEAUTYsun, 01/15/23 @ 6:00pm
Sleeping Beauty is one of the worlds most beloved ballets and one of Tchaikovsky’s most captivating masterpieces. The tale of a princess cursed to sleep for 100 years comes to life with The State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine, who perform dazzling choreography adapted from the legendary Marius Petipa. Tchaikovsky himself declared Sleeping Beauty his best work, and audiences of all ages will enjoy the colorful costumes, festive music and charming fairytale love story.