Date: Sat, June 23, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Tickets: You can make a suggested donation of $5 at the door by cash, check or credit card. Or donate $10 and receive a copy of the artist’s new CD, Deep State.
Ages: For ages 13+
Duration: 1.5 – 2 hrs.
Alex Lubet presents
East: Asian and Jewish Music for Mountain Dulcimer
A concert of new works for mountain dulcimer, performed by Alex Lubet, with a guest appearance by Vietnamese vocalist/violinist Kimchi Hoang.
The program includes Lubet’s own compositions and pieces written for him by Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Indonesian composers, including Iris Shiraishi, Yan Pang, Soojin Lee, and Jay Afrisando.
Date: Friday, June 22, 2018 at 8:00 p.m.
Ages: All ages
Duration: 60 minutes. No intermission.
M-SHE Productions presents
M-SHE Productions Youth Theatrical Workshop & Performance
Come one, come all, to celebrate all the glorious work our youth performers have put in. They have spent a week in an intense environment, learning their show material and developing captivating characters. This workshop and performance is a chance for them to see what it is like to be a professional dancer and the demands that can entail. There truly is no business like show business and these hungry individuals want to show you their determination and passion for the stage.
“Nobody can understand his business thoroughly unless he learns it by personal application and experience. ” ~P. T. Barnum
M-SHE Productions is the creation of the husband and wife duo, Maggie Hoadley-Edwards-Culp and Parker Culp. With the eye and soul for all things artistic, M-SHE Productions, provides choreography, instruction, direction, music mixes, recording studio needs, and performers for dance, music, and photography.
NOTE: Tickets for this production are not being sold or managed by Dreamland Arts.
You can purchase tickets and find out more information about the production at lexhamarts.org.
Telephone inquiries: (651) 644-3366
To purchase tickets by phone: 800-838-3006 (Brown Paper Tickets)
Dates: June 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9 at 7:30 p.m. & June 2, 3 at 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $19 ($15 for students), plus service fee.
The Thursday, June 7 performance will be “Pay What you want”.
Age Recommendation: Ages 16+
Lex-Ham Community Theater presents
Dead Man’s Cell Phone
written by Sarah Ruhl
directed by Natalie Novacek
a comic look at technology and relationships
Dead Man’s Cell Phone was awarded a Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play in 2008. In the play, Jean, while enjoying a quiet time at a café, picks up the cell phone of Gordon – who has just died – and quickly becomes immersed in Gordon’s family and business.
There will be a post-show reception after the Sunday, June 3 matinée at Groundswell, 1340 Thomas Avenue, Saint Paul, MN.
Date: Wed, May 16, 2018 from 7:00-9:00 pm
Tickets: Free admission
Ages: For all ages
Duration: 2 hrs.
Green Card Voices presents
Green Card Youth Voices Book Reading
Join us for an evening of live book reading and view the Green Card Voices Youth exhibit. After the immigrant youth authors read their stories from “Green Card Youth Voices: St. Paul,” there will be a question and answer session where audience members can engage with these young people.
Our three featured authors include:
Iya Xiong (Laos)- “I can help myself more than I could help myself when I lived in Laos. I feel proud because I can earn some money by myself.”
Abshir Mohamed (Somalia) – “I’d never seen snow. And I didn’t know how it would look like. I thought here that the floor would be clean like grass. It wasn’t like how I imagined.”
Sha Paw (Thailand)- “We had taken an airplane class to learn what to do on an airplane. Like how to buckle the seatbelt. I didn’t want to go on an airplane.”
Dates: May 10-12, 2018 (Thu-Sat at 6:00 p.m.)
Ages: Recommended for All ages
Duration: 60 minutes, including intermission.
Seth Eberle presents
Puppet Double Feature: Grandma Greta’s Garden AND The Ants Who Wanted to Fly
Two 30 minute puppet shows
Grandma Greta’s Garden
Directed by Laura Wilhelm
In this production, Grandma Greta has saved some of her seeds from last year in order to plant her garden. While waiting for the plants to grow, a sneaky rabbit tries to avoid detection and a bee looks for something to eat. Will Greta stop the rabbit from getting into her garden? Will the bee find a flower to make food?
The Ants Who Wanted to Fly
Directed by Anne Sawyer
Two ants want to fly very badly, so they wait for an egg to hatch, thinking it will be a bird they can hitch a ride on. They are disappointed when they find a caterpillar has hatched out of the egg, but they keep waiting and watching to figure out how to fly. Follow the ants as they discover the joy of the natural world!
Seth Eberle is a fiscal year 2018 recipient of an Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.