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On the heels of the 50th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement in America in 2012, the special exhibition, Dayton Celebrates Glass: Chihuly, Littleton, Labino and Beyond, showcases the Dayton Region’s love of studio glass, ranging from the early pioneers of the studio movement through today’s artistic innovators.
Featured permanent collection objects in the exhibition include portraits, textiles, Asian belt buckles, Byzantine rings, African bracelets, European lace and Asian fans. Costumes from the Wright State Theater Departmentwill be displayed alongside artists’ installations and hands-on gallery activities for all ages, preschool to adult.
Imagine yourself walking through a labyrinth lined wiht quilts that tell you about the world’s major faiths. As you walk through the labyrinth, you become aware that the central message in all of these life-views have their roots in the same moral belief.
Activists, visionaries, and volunteers in the greater Dayton area are coming together for a celebration of who we are and for a strengthening of our commitment to a better world. David Cobb of the Move to Amend national team will share his message of “Creating Democracy and Challenging Corporate Rule.” Mr. Cobb will speak about the need for a constitutional amendment that ends corporate person hood and establishes a climate where all voices are heard, not just those with money, working together for a government truly of, by, and for the people.
OFFICIAL !!!!FIRST PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT AND AUDITION INFO!!!
Hey Everyone! The Playground Theatre is proud to announce that our very first production will be a staged version of THE BREAKFAST CLUB! Exciting right?? We are so pumped to bring this cult classic to the stage! We are looking for a great group of actors to bring these iconic roles to life! As well as an awesome design team and crew!
Known for her cool sex appeal, Cyd Charisse is one of the premier dancing stars of the ‘40s and’ 50s…but she starts this musical version of Ninotchka as an even cooler Soviet spy who gradually warms up to Astaire’s elegant wooing and French champagne. Their chemistry sizzles, turning into an explosion of talent, sophistication and glamour in Astaire’s last great musical role. Not Rated.
“On Broadway” icon, jazz guitarist, and silky-smooth singer jams on funky favorites ranging from pop to bebop.
For over thirty years, The Moody Blues have been musical mainstays on concert stages, recordings and the airwaves. Their remarkable consistency has generated the sale of over 55 million albums and created a standard for classic rock music.