Experience Theatre MTC (ATMTC) carries on its golden jubilee 70th period with Winterfest, a holiday break-centered output that features three multicultural displays for the rate of one.
Winterfest functions “Uri & Ora Gentle the Menorah” by Robyn Shrater Seemann, “Connection” by Diego Maramba & Michelle Bowen-Ziecheck, and “Cranky Penguin” by Keegan Patterson. The manufacturing is helmed by DC-based director, writer, educator, and performer Cara Gabriel. A prevalent thread as a result of the a few multicultural tales is the joy of celebrating the season with spouse and children and close friends.
“As we celebrate spouse and children this holiday break period, we are so enthusiastic to provide a few joyous stories about connecting and all points wintertime,” explained Chil Kong, ATMTC inventive director. “So, bundle up and join us as we gentle the menorah, cross an ocean, and toss snowballs!”
The show starts with “Uri & Ora Mild the Menorah.” Every calendar year, siblings Uri and Ora glance forward to Chanukah—gathering with close friends and family members, eating Bubbie’s latkes, and no research! When points never go the way they want, will they be equipped to maintenance the holiday—and their marriage?
“Connection” examines the electrical power of friendship brought forth in a time of secret and adjust. Best good friends Mal and Daniel consider convenience in the story of their friendship, the journey they took together to a new land, and the new journey they’ve just started. Through impressive friendships, “Connection” builds bridges from the Philippines to The united states, with like lasting beyond the bounds of place and time.
The creation concludes with “Cranky Penguin.” Penguin hates the winter, still his neighbors Yeti and Walrus appreciate it. As Yeti and Walrus consider to influence Penguin the season’s not that negative, insanity ensues, ensuring that many snowballs are thrown.
Winterfest operates as a result of January 2, 2022, at Adventure Theatre in Glen Echo Park, at 7300 Macarthur Blvd, Glen Echo, MD. Tickets are $20.50 and available on the net, or by calling the box office environment at (301) 251-5766. To discover much more about ATMTC’s 70th time, click on in this article.
COVID Safety: As Journey moves to indoor performances and in the spirit of defending the most vulnerable in their local community, Adventure Theatre demands anyone attending its displays to dress in a mask no matter of vaccination position. Proof of vaccination or a the latest damaging COVID-19 exam, no a lot more than three days previous, will be expected for admission for all people today ages 12 and up. To learn extra about their COVID pointers, simply click listed here.
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