The Final Showdown & Lights, Camera, Chaos a Double Bill of Comedy
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The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess won the 2012 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical. Now it's going on the road with members of the Broadway cast, a 23-piece orchestra and new interpretations of legendary songs from the original Porgy and Bess, like "Summertime," "It Ain't Necessarily So," and "I Got Plenty of Nothing." Porgy and Bess debuted in 1935 as a groundbreaking opera starring an entire cast of classically trained African-American singers performing the classical, jazz and folk music of George and Ira Gershwin. Now, the stirring tale of African-American life in South Carolina's fictional Catfish Row has been transformed into a modern musical by a powerhouse Broadway team: Tony Award-winning director Diane Paulus (Pippin, Hair), Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks (Topdog/Underdog), and two-time Obie Award-winning composer Diedre L. Murray (Running Man). Learn More
The Final Showdown follows the onstage and backstage craziness at the finale of a reality-show singing competition. Can the acts overcome writers block and jealousy before they go live? Tune in!
The Final Showdown is directed by John Newman, with music and lyrics by Sarah Horick.
In Lights, Camera, Chaos the casts of a Western and a Monster Movie must fight each other for the chance to have their film produced. Will the contract go to the cowboys or the creatures from distant foreign land?
ArtStream Executive Director, Patricia Woolsey and Stenise Reaves are directing and choreographing Lights, Camera, Chaos, with music and lyrics by Daniel Villar.
About the Ticket Supplier: ArtStream Inc.
ArtStream is a regional organization based in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area whose mission is to create artistic opportunities for individuals in communities traditionally under-served by the arts.
They are a consortium of compassionate, professional, experienced artists who wish to serve the needs of their clients. Their goal is to reach out to members in various groups such as persons with disabilities, seniors, people with short or long term illnesses and their families or caregivers, immigrants, veterans, people who are grieving, and students and teachers.
Their purpose is to inspire and help heal through various art forms such as theatre, puppetry, visual arts, multimedia, music, and dance. This is accomplished through interactive workshops and productions, on-going classes, seminars, performances, and training.