Wordplay at Timucua: Joseph Hayes presents “Deliverance” (in-person)

Joseph Hayes presents a recorded three-act-play on March 14th at 7:00 pm and 8:30 pm.

It is a city in a time of social isolation, and life is different now that food arrives at your door. Meet DANNY, the food deliverer, generally confounded by nature; AMY, mother of 5-year-old twins, who might be more than a little stir crazy; MR. SANTINE, the 99-year-old, old-school Pittsburgh ex-mobster … allegedly; and MEGAN, home, alone, in her second-floor apartment, for far too long.

Written during and reflecting the uncertainty and hope instilled by the 2020 pandemic, it is Joseph Hayes’ first play written specifically to be performed either for a live audience or as a streaming production. Or, as you’ll see, both.

$10- $20 Suggested Donation

Latin American Arts Around the World: Primer Encuentro Digital de Artistas Latinoamericanxs (Live stream)

Descolonizarte Teatro invites you to the “Primer Encuentro Digital de Artistas Latinoamericanxs: EDALX!”

This Encuentro will showcase Latin American artists working in a variety of art forms and mediums, including performing arts, music, visual arts, literature, etc., in the United States and around the world. Descolonizarte Teatro supports and showcases Latin American talent, offers an opportunity to recognize the Latin American experience, and celebrates Latin American culture and its contributions in and outside the United States.

(Spanish/Español):

Descolonizarte Teatro te invita al “Primer Encuentro Digital de Artistas Latinoamericanxs: EDALX!” Este Encuentro presentará a artistas Latinoamericanxs y a su trabajo en una variedad de medios artísticos incluyendo artes escénicas y musicales, bellas artes y artes plásticas, artes visuales, literatura, etc. en los Estados Unidos y alrededor del mundo. Descolonizarte Teatro apoya y destaca el talento Latinoamericano, ofrece una oportunidad para reconocer la experiencia Latinoamericana y celebra su cultura y sus contribuciones dentro y fuera de los Estados Unidos.

This event is presented as part of Timucua’s Wordplay series.

This Encuentro will showcase Latin American artists working in a variety of art forms and mediums, including performing arts, music, visual arts, literature, etc., in the United States and around the world. Descolonizarte Teatro supports and showcases Latin American talent, offers an opportunity to recognize the Latin American experience, and celebrates Latin American culture and its contributions in and outside the United States.

(Spanish/Español):

Descolonizarte Teatro te invita al “Primer Encuentro Digital de Artistas Latinoamericanxs: EDALX!” Este Encuentro presentará a artistas Latinoamericanxs y a su trabajo en una variedad de medios artísticos incluyendo artes escénicas y musicales, bellas artes y artes plásticas, artes visuales, literatura, etc. en los Estados Unidos y alrededor del mundo. Descolonizarte Teatro apoya y destaca el talento Latinoamericano, ofrece una oportunidad para reconocer la experiencia Latinoamericana y celebra su cultura y sus contribuciones dentro y fuera de los Estados Unidos.

Limbo CANCELLED

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show $10-$20 suggested donation.

Due to concerns about COVID-19, we ask that you DO NOT bring food to share. Please feel free to bring a bottle of wine.

Special exhibition of works by TBD

A Spanish language play.

Limbo is a story about people caught up in their fears. No matter how you decide to live life, concerns and anguish could keep you trapped in a possibly eternal loop. Three couples from different ethnicities, sexual orientations, and backgrounds interact to invite us to reflect on the fragile concept of time and life passing by. Is there any transitional state where to learn how to get unstuck from our heads and move on to finally walk the new path?

Destination Moon, a play by Joseph Reed Hayes

The third in a series of original works for theater presented on the Timucua stage, “Destination Moon” tells the story of a young woman recovering from a serious illness, attempting to deal with the consequences of actually surviving by forming a relationship with a disembodied voice in the night; a veteran late-night radio personality. Featuring a live, mostly improvised soundtrack composed and performed by La Lucha pianist John O’Leary, the play will make full use of the unique Timucua space. Orlando playwright Joseph Hayes has produced “Tom Waits For No Man” and “Bucket Boy” at the Timucua white house to standing room audiences; this show should be no exception.

www.destinationmoontheplay.com

www.hayesplays.com

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Eventbrite - Destination Moon, a play by Joseph Reed Hayes

Destination Moon – Dress Rehearsal

2 pm Doors 2:30 pm Show

$5 general admission. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Buy Tickets Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/destination-moon-dress-rehearsal-tickets-46940147244

 

The open dress rehearsal leading to a debut performance of a new play by Joseph Reed Hayes, presented at the Timucua Arts Foundation in a matinee setting. Seat reservations available now ($5 each). Watch new theater being created before your eyes!

The third in a series of original works for theater presented on the Timucua stage, “Destination Moon” tells the story of a young woman recovering from a serious illness, attempting to deal with the consequences of actually surviving by forming a relationship with a disembodied voice in the night; a veteran late-night radio personality. Featuring a live, mostly improvised soundtrack composed and performed by La Lucha pianist John O’Leary, the play will make full use of the unique Timucua space. Orlando playwright Joseph Hayes has produced “Tom Waits For No Man” and “Bucket Boy” at the Timucua white house to standing room audiences; this show should be no exception.

www.destinationmoontheplay.com

www.hayesplays.com

Meet the Stars of La Bohème

The cast of the opera, La Bohème, share their vocal talents in a program of arias, ensembles, and song.  Pre-show reception starts 6:30pm.  Followed by performance and post show reception.

About La Bohème

Giacomo Puccini’s most beloved opera joyfully and tearfully tells a timeless story of “love found and lost.”

This updated setting is Paris in the Roaring 20s. Cecilia Violetta Lopez of the Metropolitan Opera makes her Opera Orlando debut as Mimi perfectly matched with heralded tenor Ben Gulley as her Rodolfo. Company favorites Bridgette Gan (Musetta) and Gabriel Preisser round out the beloved opera’s characterful leading quartet.

The Orlando Philharmonic performs.

Performance Dates:

Wednesday, November 15 @ 7:30 p.m.

Friday, November 17 @ 7:30  p.m.

Saturday, November 18 @ 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, November 19 @ 2:00 p.m.

$20 tickets available here

La Bohème Preview

La Bohème Preview. Opera Orlando’s Studio Singers invite you on a musical walk through Puccini’s masterpiece. Free and open to the public.      

About La Bohème:

Giacomo Puccini’s most beloved opera joyfully and tearfully tells a timeless story of “love found and lost.”

This updated setting is Paris in the Roaring 20s. Cecilia Violetta Lopez of the Metropolitan Opera makes her Opera Orlando debut as Mimi perfectly matched with heralded tenor Ben Gulley as her Rodolfo. Company favorites Bridgette Gan (Musetta) and Gabriel Preisser round out the beloved opera’s characterful leading quartet.

The Orlando Philharmonic performs.

Performance Dates:

Wednesday, November 15 @ 7:30 p.m.

Friday, November 17 @ 7:30  p.m.

Saturday, November 18 @ 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, November 19 @ 2:00 p.m.

Buy tickets for an upcoming show HERE!