Posts tagged "Theatre"
Muse of Fire Project at Chattanooga Public Library

Muse of Fire Project at Chattanooga Public Library

Today’s feature comes to us from Mary Barnett, Public Relations Coordinator for the Chattanooga Public Library. This article originally appeared on that library’s website. ~Laura by Mary Barnett The Muse of Fire Project at the Chattanooga Public Library is one of those programs any library, any city, would be thrilled to create a home for....
Page to Stage: Anon(ymous)

Page to Stage: Anon(ymous)

Here’s the fifth and final installment of this summer’s Page to Stage series, written by our friend Brandon Monokian. The Page to Stage program, which brings works of literature to life right in the Princeton Public Library, is entering its third year of existence. Check out more of the Page to Stage series here on the LAIP. by...
Page to Stage: Summer's Demise

Page to Stage: Summer’s Demise

Here’s the fourth installment of this summer’s Page to Stage series, written by our friend Brandon Monokian. The Page to Stage program, which brings works of literature to life right in the Princeton Public Library, is entering its third year of existence. Check out more of the Page to Stage series here on the LAIP. by Brandon Monokian...
The Art, Music & Recreation Center at San Francisco Public Library

The Art, Music & Recreation Center at San Francisco Public Library

On the fourth floor of the Main San Francisco Public Library you can find the Art, Music & Recreation Center, which houses  special collections in many areas of art.There is a Bay Area Musicians and Performing Artists File, which contains a variety of information on performing artists from the late 1960s to present: newspaper clippings,...
Page to Stage: World perspective

Page to Stage: World perspective

Here’s the third installment of this summer’s Page to Stage series, written by our friend Brandon Monokian. The Page to Stage program, which brings works of literature to life right in the Princeton Public Library, is entering its third year of existence. Check out more of the Page to Stage series here on the LAIP. by...
Page to Stage: Teamwork

Page to Stage: Teamwork

Here’s the second of this summer’s Page to Stage series, written by our friend Brandon Monokian. The Page to Stage program, which brings works of literature to life right in the Princeton Public Library, is entering its third year of existence. Read “Page to Stage: Revisiting a Revolution” to learn more about the performance that Brandon...
BONK! Performance Series at Racine Public Library

BONK! Performance Series at Racine Public Library

We’re pleased to welcome Nick Demske to the site today to share Racine Public Library’s BONK! Performance Series.  Nick is the director and curator of the BONK! Series, which aims to bring challenging poetry, art, and performance to the established local arts community.  The series has garnered national attention in the American poetry scene and...
Featuring: After Dark Productions ~ or, Murder in the Library!

Featuring: After Dark Productions ~ or, Murder in the Library!

Murder in the library – a popular program for libraries around the world, one that is personally near and dear to my heart (having played parts in two in-house “productions” in the last two years!). The format for this classic game is familiar to many: actors (library staff or other local talent) mingle with guests...
Upstream Arts presents "Ready for Work" programs at Hennepin County Libraries

Upstream Arts presents “Ready for Work” programs at Hennepin County Libraries

The mission of Upstream Arts is to enhance the lives of adults and youth with disabilities by fostering creative communication and social independence through the power of arts education. Upstream Arts was founded in 2006 by a professional theatre artist and an educator who successfully used the communicative tools of theater and dance–movements, body language,...
Page to Stage: At season's end

Page to Stage: At season’s end

Brandon Monokian is a theatre artist who works in the New York City and New Jersey area. For the Page to Stage guest blog series, Brandon will document the process of bringing three works from the page to the stage – all in the Princeton Public Library. by Brandon Monokian And so a second season...
Page to Stage: Fate, love, and music in "Eurydice"

Page to Stage: Fate, love, and music in “Eurydice”

Brandon Monokian is a theatre artist who works in the New York City and New Jersey area. For the Page to Stage guest blog series, Brandon will document the process of bringing three works from the page to the stage – all in the Princeton Public Library. by Brandon Monokian Next up on the Page...
Page to Stage: "The Arabian Nights"

Page to Stage: “The Arabian Nights”

Brandon Monokian is a theatre artist who works in the New York City and New Jersey area. For the Page to Stage guest blog series, Brandon will document the process of bringing three works from the page to the stage – all in the Princeton Public Library. by Brandon Monokian Like life, nothing is ever...