Riverdance steps up to Embassy with tour
Bierman Autism Centers host art show; Civic Theatre takes on Shakespeare
Jen Poiry Prough
The national tour in celebration of Riverdance’s 25th anniversary will stop at Embassy Theatre on Thursday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m. This is a powerful and stirring reinvention of this beloved favorite, celebrated the world over for its Grammy-winning score and the thrilling energy and passion of its Irish and international dance.
Twenty-five years on, composer Bill Whelan has re-recorded his mesmerizing soundtrack while producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan have completely reimagined the ground-breaking show with innovative and spectacular lighting, projection, and stage and costume designs.
Tickets are $40-$75 and are available by going to ticketmaster.com or visiting the Embassy box office.
Hop at chance for picture with Easter Bunny
Everyone’s favorite bunny will appear at Glenbrook Square for photos March 17-April 8.
To book a photo session, go to whereisbunny.com. Sessions on Monday, March 27, from 5-7 p.m. can include photos with your pets, and Sunday, March 26, from 10- 11:30 a.m. is reserved for families with special needs and will be sensory-friendly environment.
Art show at Bierman Autism Centers
Bierman Autism Centers, 12398 Coldwater Road, will showcase artwork from their young clients from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, March 20, at 12938 Coldwater Road.
The event will also provide an opportunity for kids to create their own artwork. Light refreshments will also be served.
For more information about the center or event, call (800) 931-8113.
Civic Theatre takes on Shakespeare
Fort Wayne Civic Theatre will present The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) over the course of three weekends fromMarch 17-April 2 at the Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab.
The show features all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays in 97 minutes told by three players, Bob Ahlersmeyer, Nol Beckley, and Hayley Johnson, and was directed by Gregory Stieber.
The three madcap players energetically weave their way through all of Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies in one wild ride that will leave you breathless with laughter.
All of the Bard’s masterpieces are outrageously condensed using mash-up titles, rap songs, the self-proclaimed record for the shortest production of Hamlet, and more.
With room for improvisation and audience participation, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) entertains yet somehow manages to teach audiences the facts about Shakespeare while ensuring a rollicking good time.
You can grab your tickets by going online to tickets.artstix.org.
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