A Discussion with:
Daniel Hampel of Broadway in Columbia
Kristin Cobb of Harbison Theater
Aundrai Holloman of the Township Auditorium
Moderated by: Nate Terracio of The Koger Center for the Arts
Glitzy musicals. Classics re-imagined. Classics. Family dramas. Political theater. Vaudeville. Brecht and Beckett. Shows in black boxes and in opera houses. We want more theater!, and we need money to support it. Stage Money is a necessity for commercial and not-for-profit theaters. What is the future of theater in COVID and beyond?
More information :https://kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=947
Opens August 03, 2020
Paintings should be started fast and finished slow. The slower the finish the longer the creativity remains in the artist's mind and the less likely that the work will be declared done prematurely. The new Koger show includes the slowest and richest group of paintings in my career. The most recent work in this show, a 6X10 foot canvas, was put on the current canvas in 1992, with parts of unfinished paintings from as long ago as 1976 used as collage, and finished in 2020: A forty-four year painting.
While we are eager to gather again at the Koger Center to witness the curtain rise for another round of spectacular live performances, for now we are embracing our community virtually. During this intermission as we await the next act, please enjoy these online resources for a taste of the magic behind the Tony-winning Broadway musical Bandstand!
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