Join The Wilbury Theatre Group for a LIVE in person (socially distanced!) coaching session with a new actor every two weeks where the actor will work on two monologues at the Wilbury Stage with Host Marcel Mascaro as together, they break apart the needs of the monologue, and dive into questions surrounding the basics of acting , different approaches, styles, techniques and exercises all designed to help break open and improve the piece while at the same time, leave the viewer with some simple actionable nuggets perfect for your next audition or show. Perfect for when you get a monologue that makes you go " What do I do with this". Well Never Fear , The Coaching Room is here.
Every Wednesday from June 24 - Aug 5 (except July 1)
7pm - 9pm
June 24 - August 5 (6 sessions, skipping July 1) Instructor: Rachel Walshe (Tuition: $215). Why did the Greeks wear masks? Did Romans really kill their actors? What's up with no women on Renaissance stages? When did America get in on the theater thing? Time travel through theatre history's most significant eras starting in Ancient Greece and ending in Civil War America. Six weeks, six plays, six radically different dramatic styles! This class will meet weekly online. Students will receive a link to join the class on June 24.
Family See & Sketch is an intergenerational online program that explores art using close examination, discussion, and hands-on making using common household materials. Each session focuses on a different artwork.
Free. Recommended for ages 6 and up with a grown up. After registering, you will receive an email with a Zoom invite to the program.
"Join Trinity Rep and Providence Public Library for a Virtual Knitting Circle on the following Saturdays: May 9, June 13, and July 11 at 11:00 am. Bring your project online and enjoy the camaraderie and fun of knitting together from the comfort of your own home. We will be meeting via Zoom - to receive the link - please RSVP to this event and it will be sent prior to our meeting. "
Join us for a 3-week skills building and project-based program, focusing on the individual interests and talents of each student. Throughout this online theater intensive, you will participate in masterclasses led by professional theater artists, create lasting connections with fellow campers through exciting camp activities, and collaborate with Gamm staff and masterclass teachers on a one of a kind personal performance project that will culminate in a live YouTube broadcast.
Creating a robust and enriching virtual program is our main priority, however, we are aware that in-person meetings, with rigorous cleanings between meetings, are allowed. To that end, we are currently exploring the possibility of optional in-person meet-ups on Fridays at the Gamm Theatre. These will be scheduled in July once camp begins. Meeting capacity, duration, and location are subject to change, students will participate at their own risk.
To be a part of GSI, please submit an audition video of a 1-3 minute classic monologue to email@example.com. Please include your name, school, and grade. Videos are due on June 25.
Common Fence Music will present The Accidentals as a free online concert on Sunday, July 19 at 7 pm and encore performance at 9pm.
The Accidentals are a female fronted power trio that formed in Traverse City Michigan. Savannah Buist, Katie Larson and Michael Dause are very talented multi-instrumentalists who also write songs. Sav and Katie are in demand as a string team in Nashville, composing, arranging and playing string tracks for bands. Billboard Magazine says, “The Accidentals display a genre-hopping range of influences and songwriting skills to go with their abundant musical chops.” Sav Buist has been described by IPR as “one of the most compelling songwriters of our time.
The Piedmont Blūz Acoustic Duo are ambassadors of Country Blues music and the Piedmont style of fingerpicking, and their mission is to help preserve these rural, east coast traditions by educating audiences about this unique aspect of African American culture through musical entertainment. The husband and wife duo are much loved wherever they go. They feel that ""there are stories to tell, people to remember, and things that must be said"" so, in addition to tickling your ears with delightful music, they weave a bit of history into the presentation of each song. Inducted into the NY Blues Hall of Fame in 2018, the duo has been featured in numerous festivals including the Newport Folk Festival, Chicago Blues Festival, Tel Aviv Blues Festival, Clearwater Revival, and Brooklyn Folk Festival to name a few. In addition to performing at a variety of domestic venues, Piedmont Blūz has traveled as far as Europe and the Middle East to share their music.
Summer Institute for Educators: Learning Through Place
July 7, 8, 9
10 AM - 3:30 PM
"Program runs for three days: July 7, 8, 9 from 10-3:30pm. Online via zoom.
Connect to multi-layered stories and histories in both local and distant places to stimulate your teaching and your students’ learning. This institute provides opportunities for place-based learning using artistic representations, objects, mapping, writing, and oral histories. We will focus on local histories and places with broader resonances.
Designed for K-12 educators teaching different subjects, this institute shares tools and approaches for engaging with specific places and exploring ideas about place within your curriculum. The Summer Institute is led by RISD Museum educators and guest facilitators. Workshop registration is generously subsidized at no cost for participants."
June 26-July 19 in the gallery and virtual via web link.
Check website for details.
"ART OF THE OCEAN STATE. 2020’s exhibit curated by William Heydt of Newport is a collection of works in all media that represent Rhode Island and all the Ocean State offers. This exhibit will run in-gallery from June 26 - July 19, 2020 and as a virtual gallery located online at starting June 30, 2020. Admission to the gallery, located at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown, RI is ALWAYS free and open to the public Wednesdays through Sundays all summer (noon-3pm)."