Posts tagged "Theatre"
Discovering Austen: a One Woman Show

Discovering Austen: a One Woman Show

This post originally appeared on the Library as Incubator Project in 2012. We revisit our interview with Kristin Hammargren this week, 200 years after Austen’s death. Kristin is still performing Discovering Austen in the Midwest! Check out the upcoming performance dates. The Library as Incubator Project is pleased to welcome Kristin Hammargren for an interview on...
Featuring: LA Made at Los Angeles Public Library

Featuring: LA Made at Los Angeles Public Library

We are super thrilled to share LA Made on the Library as Incubator Project blog today! This large-scale series of cultural programming leverages the wealth of interesting and diverse local talent in the Los Angeles area. Thanks to Wendy Westgate from the Exploration & Creativity Department, Engagement & Learning Division, Los Angeles Public Library, for...
Reel Misfits: The First Annual Student Film Festival at North Carolina Wesleyan College

Reel Misfits: The First Annual Student Film Festival at North Carolina Wesleyan College

This post originally appeared on the LAIP in June 2016. by Ian Boucher Hello everyone! My name is Ian Boucher, and I’m currently the Emerging Technologies and Outreach Librarian at North Carolina Wesleyan College. Every now and again I will be sharing my experiences supporting student and faculty inspiration through the college’s library. A great...
Welcome to Bronzeville at Milwaukee Public Library

Welcome to Bronzeville at Milwaukee Public Library

I am always on the lookout for interesting collaborations between libraries and performing arts groups. This example, inspired by Welcome to Bronzeville by First Stage and hosted by the Milwaukee Public Library, really captures the way that performing artists can create a hands-on and interactive experience for youth in the library. ~Laura Workshop description (from Milwaukee...
Upstream Arts presents "Ready for Work" programs at Hennepin County Libraries

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

This post was originally published on August 30, 2012. 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...
Participatory Drama and Literary Exploration at Craig High School

Participatory Drama and Literary Exploration at Craig High School

by Laura Damon-Moore At the beginning of 2015 we established, with graduate students from the UW-Madison Interdisciplinary Theatre Studies program, a new project under the IArtLibraries “umbrella” called UnBound Players. The goal for this project is to activate libraries as performance spaces and to explore literary and technological themes through participatory drama workshops and more...
Featuring: After Dark Productions ~ or, Murder in the Library!

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

This post was originally published in February 2013. 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...
Old Time Radio Theatre at Ferndale Public Library

Old Time Radio Theatre at Ferndale Public Library

I was totally delighted to come across a press release from Ferndale Public Library in Michigan (who we have featured on the site before – check out all their arts-incubating programs!) about “Old Time Radio Theatre.” Now, we’ve heard about libraries hosting live performances of radio plays, but this is a slightly different approach –...
Stage Fright: an essay by David Graham

Stage Fright: an essay by David Graham

I am pleased to welcome David Graham to the Library as Incubator Project. In this essay, David tackles a problem that many arts-incubating librarians and information professionals face: balancing the personal with the professional when it comes to involvement with local arts organizations and institutions. ~ Laura by David Graham I was in a library when I...
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...