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Jazz Across the Americas: Mexico
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Afro Latin Jazz Alliance


  • November 8, 2014
    8:00 pm

The Afro Jazz Alliance brings you Jazz Across the Americas: Mexico. With the roots of jazz originating in 19th century New Orleans from interactions between African American, Caribbean and Mexican musicians, Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra draw particular attention to the compelling contributions made by Mexican jazz artists. Jazz Across the Americas: (more…)

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Jazz Across the Americas: Mexico
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Afro Latin Jazz Alliance


  • November 7, 2014
    8:00 pm

The Afro Jazz Alliance brings you Jazz Across the Americas: Mexico. With the roots of jazz originating in 19th century New Orleans from interactions between African American, Caribbean and Mexican musicians, Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra draw particular attention to the compelling contributions made by Mexican jazz artists. Jazz Across the Americas: (more…)

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Strindberg’s Creditors
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Phoenix Theater Ensemble


  • December 6, 2014
    8:00 pm

A twisting tale of psychological manipulation and revenge. Not that Strindberg saw it that way – he told his publisher the play was “humorous, loveable, all of its characters sympathetic.” Adolph anxiously awaits the return of his wife Tekla to their seaside resort, comforted by his world-wise advisor Gustav. But Adolf soon finds himself in the (more…)

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Strindberg’s Creditors
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Phoenix Theater Ensemble


  • December 6, 2014
    3:00 pm

A twisting tale of psychological manipulation and revenge. Not that Strindberg saw it that way – he told his publisher the play was “humorous, loveable, all of its characters sympathetic.” Adolph anxiously awaits the return of his wife Tekla to their seaside resort, comforted by his world-wise advisor Gustav. But Adolf soon finds himself in the (more…)

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Pitbulls
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Rattlestick Playwrights Theater


  • November 16, 2014
    7:00 pm

A small black community in rural Appalachia. Pitbull country. Mary and her son Dipper live in a trailer a few miles from their bible-belt, war-loving, dog-fighting neighbors. Despite being the community’s pariah, Mary is at peace making and selling wine. However, when a prize-winning pit bull is slaughtered on the Fourth of July, Mary’s solitary (more…)

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