- 2929.November.SundayNo events
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- 0101.December.TuesdayIn May of 2020, Regional Performing Arts lost Colton Darr, one of our talented young actors. Colton had a condition called Long QT Syndrome that caused him to suffer a sudden cardiac arrest. After this loss, Regional wanted to take action to both honor Colt’s memory and continue his legacy by finding a way for students to participate in the performing arts who might not have the financial means to do so. Through a partnership with the Porter County Community Foundation, the Colton Darr Memorial Arts Fund was born. The goal of this fund is to raise an untouched principal of at least $10,000, which will result in roughly $500 of awardable monies each year to help students afford performing arts experiences wherever they may go.Join us LIVE on YouTube for the first ever Colton Darr Memorial Arts Fund Telethon! The evening will be filled with a variety of musical acts in a loving tribute to Colt’s memory.If you would like to contribute to Colt’s Memorial fund, text “COLT” to 44-321 or visit https://regionalperformingarts.org/the-colton-darr…/ for more information
- 0202.December.WednesdayNo events
- 0303.December.ThursdayNo events
Both love and improv are all about relationships. Two improvisers delve into what makes real relationships work through the lens of improvHow can “Yes And” make your relationship better (or worse)? Can object work be a way to communicate with your partner? Can volunteering your theatre-adverse mate to participate in an improv show be a good move? Find out!If you’ve got a relationship question you’d like to hear us talk about, please DM Nelson Velazquez, the Improductions, LLC page, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. All submitter information will be kept confidential.
- 0505.December.SaturdayHave fun making comedy right on the spot in our improv jam geared towards kids and teens! Participants will be guided through group exercises and games to unlock their imaginations and let their comedy run wild!************************
Instructor: Kate WiersemaTuition: FREE ($10 Suggested donation)Location: Online via ZoomAbout the presenter: Kate Wiersema has been a Special Education teacher for the past ten years and has experience in second through eighth grade. She has a Master’s Degree from Concordia University in Differentiated Instruction. Kate has studied at Comedy Sportz Chicago and is a graduate of the Second City Music Program. She has performed, taught, and coached improv for children and adults in the Chicagoland area for the last ten years.
The year is 2020. A mysterious virus has laid waste to all social interactions and has forced people to stay inside. To stave off boredom and dark thoughts, people turn to the internet to find entertainment and joy.
THE GRID was born – featuring improv actors from across the internet all in one location to entertain the masses.
Boot up your devices and log into our Facebook page on at 7 PM CT to get on THE GRID! The show is free but if you’re inclined to make a donation, please consider buying a $5 virtual ticket.
Streaming at http://facebook.com/improductionsllc!