Arts Calendar

For more information, contact Tara Henninger, Operations Manager.

Arts Calendar 

  • Although the arts are best experienced up close and personal, the spread of Covid-19 has required people to stay at a safe distance from others. Adapting to this new reality has many arts businesses expanding their digital foot print.
  • Now, we’ve assembled a new resource to highlight the virtual activities that our members are producing. Please page through the latest version of the Calendar Launch Pad on the right.

The Arts Calendar, the go-to resource for arts and culture events in the three county region, is produced by the Lehigh Valley Arts Council. Below on this page is a digital version of the calendar.

March 2021
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
28
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • Letters From Far
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Sankofa Danzafro
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Holiday Backflash Live at the Museum
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Moravian Story Walking Tour
  • CMS Faculty-Student Recital
  • Greg Funfgeld Family Concert – Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
1
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Sankofa Danzafro
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Precious Gems
  • Creative Learning Lab
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
2
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Sankofa Danzafro
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
3
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Sankofa Danzafro
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
4
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Sankofa Danzafro
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • Creative Learning Lab
  • Face to Face Lessons
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
5
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Sankofa Danzafro
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
6
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
7
  • LAA 2020 Winter Juried Exhibition
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Holiday Mixer
  • The Bach Marathon
  • LAA Winter 2021 Juried Exhibit
8
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Letters From Far
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Precious Gems
  • Creative Learning Lab
9
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
10
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
11
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • Creative Learning Lab
  • Face to Face Lessons
  • Passport to History Winter Series – Changemakers (A Women’s History program)
12
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Charter Arts Literary Arts Events: Lodge Reading
13
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Spoon River Anthology
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Revolutionary Women: Writing About War
14
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Spoon River Anthology
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Holiday Mixer
15
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Precious Gems
16
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
17
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • CMS Women in Music Lecture-Recital Series 2 of 3: Women as Performers
18
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • Face to Face Lessons
  • Queer Poetry Reading Group: If They Come For Us
  • Orpheus Chamber Orchestra: Beethoven’s “Egmont”
  • Vocalist Cafe
19
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Sophomore Literary Arts Showcase
  • Erich Cawalla Quartet
20
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • American Lucifers: The Dark History of Artificial Light, 1750-1865 – Virtual Program
21
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Rob Aptaker: Native American How Stories
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Spring Concert – Dureflé and Handel ~ Requiem and Messiah, Part 2
  • Great Art on Screen: Caravaggio
22
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Baum School Student Exhibition
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Precious Gems
  • Great Art on Screen: Caravaggio
23
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
24
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
25
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Tap Ties Community Tap Classes for Adults & Teens – 8week Winter Session
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • Face to Face Lessons
  • Queer Memoir Reading Group: Ordinary Girls
26
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Ulysses Quartet
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Young Choreographers in Concert- Virtual
27
  • 10 Week Winter Art Classes
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • The Trojan Women
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Young Choreographers in Concert- Virtual
  • Irina Muresanu Returns!
28
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • The Trojan Women
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Holiday Mixer
  • Young Choreographers in Concert- Virtual
29
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Precious Gems
30
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
31
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Virtual Faculty Art Exhibit
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
1
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Precious Gems
  • Face to Face Lessons
2
  • Spring Workshops
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer
3
  • Light and Hope: art exhibit
  • Art Explorers: children’s online classes
  • Third Coast Percussion
  • Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti
  • Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu
  • Precious Gems
  • Holiday Mixer

Arts Events: Theatre

12 event dates found
    Mar 06 to Mar 08
    Letters From Far
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Your Home
    Presented by Touchstone Theatre
    Phone
    610-867-1689

    In February of 2032, the Rosensweig Expedition departs through the rift; their party is populated with scientists, journalists, and artists, tasked with cataloging and reporting what they find on the other side. They never return. All that remains of them are the letters they sent home. Experience a new sci-fi storytelling performance that comes to you through the mail; read a few of the letters that the expedition sent back, and piece together the story of their journey. This performance arrives to the ticket holder’s home via several small mailed packages. $25

    Mar 13
    Spoon River Anthology
    Category
    Disability-Friendly Events
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act-1 DeSales
    Phone
    (610) 282-3192

    Every character in Spoon River Anthology is dead. And the dead speak. In Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology, the speakers lie together in a hillside graveyard in a small, rural community in central Illinois. As they lie in their earthen tombs, they spill forth their secrets to the living. From its first appearance (in serial form) in the pages of William Marion Reedy’s Mirror in 1914, the American literary world had not seen anything quite like Spoon River Anthology, and the world has yet to see its true successor, despite its influence and imitators. The Spoon River dead speak for all of us, and their secrets are the hidden things that prick at the hearts of each of us.

    Recommended for Ages 12+. $12 per viewer.

    Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online. To purchase group viewing, please call the Box Office at (610) 282-3192.

    Please purchase the number of people viewing the production. The day before your selected production date you will receive a link and a password to view the production. The link and password will be active for 24hrs on the date you have selected. If you have any problems or questions, please email boxoffice@desales.edu or call us at (610) 282-3192.

    Mar 14
    Spoon River Anthology
    Category
    Disability-Friendly Events
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act-1 DeSales
    Phone
    (610) 282-3192

    Every character in Spoon River Anthology is dead. And the dead speak. In Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology, the speakers lie together in a hillside graveyard in a small, rural community in central Illinois. As they lie in their earthen tombs, they spill forth their secrets to the living. From its first appearance (in serial form) in the pages of William Marion Reedy’s Mirror in 1914, the American literary world had not seen anything quite like Spoon River Anthology, and the world has yet to see its true successor, despite its influence and imitators. The Spoon River dead speak for all of us, and their secrets are the hidden things that prick at the hearts of each of us.

    Recommended for Ages 12+. $12 per viewer.

    Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online. To purchase group viewing, please call the Box Office at (610) 282-3192.

    Please purchase the number of people viewing the production. The day before your selected production date you will receive a link and a password to view the production. The link and password will be active for 24hrs on the date you have selected. If you have any problems or questions, please email boxoffice@desales.edu or call us at (610) 282-3192.

    Mar 27
    The Trojan Women
    Category
    Disability-Friendly Events
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act-1 DeSales
    Phone
    (610) 282-3192

    Immediately following the fall of Troy, the Trojan women grapple with how to survive their future as captives of the Greek conquerors. In the writing of this first anti-war play, Euripides gives us a clear picture of the aftermath of war and the desperate attempts of the Trojan Queen, Hecuba, to comfort and lead her subjects to their fate.

    Recommended for Ages 14+. $12 per viewer

    Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online. To purchase group viewing, please call the Box Office at (610) 282-3192.

    Please purchase the number of people viewing the production. The day before your selected production date you will receive a link and a password to view the production. The link and password will be active for 24hrs on the date you have selected. If you have any problems or questions, please email boxoffice@desales.edu or call us at (610) 282-3192.

    Mar 28
    The Trojan Women
    Category
    Disability-Friendly Events
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act-1 DeSales
    Phone
    (610) 282-3192

    Immediately following the fall of Troy, the Trojan women grapple with how to survive their future as captives of the Greek conquerors. In the writing of this first anti-war play, Euripides gives us a clear picture of the aftermath of war and the desperate attempts of the Trojan Queen, Hecuba, to comfort and lead her subjects to their fate.

    Recommended for Ages 14+. $12 per viewer

    Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online. To purchase group viewing, please call the Box Office at (610) 282-3192.

    Please purchase the number of people viewing the production. The day before your selected production date you will receive a link and a password to view the production. The link and password will be active for 24hrs on the date you have selected. If you have any problems or questions, please email boxoffice@desales.edu or call us at (610) 282-3192.

    Apr 17
    Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act 1 DeSales
    Phone
    610-282-1100

    By Joshua Mikel

    Directed by Megan Dean

    Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our senior theatre majors! After falling into a sinkhole during a game of pirates, Theodore finds himself on a real high sea adventure. With the help of friends Mr. Bananas, the Sock Monkey, and Harriet, the Ghost, he embarks on an epic journey to find the infamous Captain Weird Beard and foil the plan of Mr. Clunky Bones. With the power of friendship and a little newfound courage, Theodore learns what it really means to be a pirate and puts a stop to evil; all before going home for ice cream. All ages.

    Price per viewer: Adults—$10; Children—$8

    Apr 17
    Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
    Category
    Disability-Friendly Events
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act-1 DeSales
    Phone
    (610) 282-3192

    Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our senior theatre majors! After falling into a sinkhole during a game of pirates, Theodore finds himself on a real high sea adventure. With the help of friends Mr. Bananas the Sock Monkey and Harriet the Ghost, he embarks on an epic journey to find the infamous Captain Weird Beard and foil the plan of Mr. Clunky Bones. With the power of friendship and a little newfound courage, Theodore learns what it really means to be a pirate and puts a stop to evil; all before going home for ice cream. Adults $10, Children $8

    Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online.
    To purchase group tickets, please call the Act 3 Box Office Manager at (610) 282-1100 x1419.

    Please purchase the number of people viewing the production. The day before your selected production date you will receive a link and a password to view the production. The link and password will be active for 24hrs on the date you have selected. If you have any problems or questions, please email boxoffice@desales.edu or call us at (610) 282-3192.

    Apr 20
    Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act 1 DeSales
    Phone
    610-282-1100

    By Joshua Mikel

    Directed by Megan Dean

    Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our senior theatre majors! After falling into a sinkhole during a game of pirates, Theodore finds himself on a real high sea adventure. With the help of friends Mr. Bananas, the Sock Monkey, and Harriet, the Ghost, he embarks on an epic journey to find the infamous Captain Weird Beard and foil the plan of Mr. Clunky Bones. With the power of friendship and a little newfound courage, Theodore learns what it really means to be a pirate and puts a stop to evil; all before going home for ice cream. All ages.

    Price per viewer: Adults—$10; Children—$8

    Apr 20
    Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
    Category
    Disability-Friendly Events
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act-1 DeSales
    Phone
    (610) 282-3192

    Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our senior theatre majors! After falling into a sinkhole during a game of pirates, Theodore finds himself on a real high sea adventure. With the help of friends Mr. Bananas the Sock Monkey and Harriet the Ghost, he embarks on an epic journey to find the infamous Captain Weird Beard and foil the plan of Mr. Clunky Bones. With the power of friendship and a little newfound courage, Theodore learns what it really means to be a pirate and puts a stop to evil; all before going home for ice cream. Adults $10, Children $8

    Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online.
    To purchase group tickets, please call the Act 3 Box Office Manager at (610) 282-1100 x1419.

    Please purchase the number of people viewing the production. The day before your selected production date you will receive a link and a password to view the production. The link and password will be active for 24hrs on the date you have selected. If you have any problems or questions, please email boxoffice@desales.edu or call us at (610) 282-3192.

    Apr 22
    Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act 1 DeSales
    Phone
    610-282-1100

    By Joshua Mikel

    Directed by Megan Dean

    Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our senior theatre majors! After falling into a sinkhole during a game of pirates, Theodore finds himself on a real high sea adventure. With the help of friends Mr. Bananas, the Sock Monkey, and Harriet, the Ghost, he embarks on an epic journey to find the infamous Captain Weird Beard and foil the plan of Mr. Clunky Bones. With the power of friendship and a little newfound courage, Theodore learns what it really means to be a pirate and puts a stop to evil; all before going home for ice cream. All ages.

    Price per viewer: Adults—$10; Children—$8

    Apr 22
    Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
    Category
    Disability-Friendly Events
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act-1 DeSales
    Phone
    (610) 282-3192

    Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our senior theatre majors! After falling into a sinkhole during a game of pirates, Theodore finds himself on a real high sea adventure. With the help of friends Mr. Bananas the Sock Monkey and Harriet the Ghost, he embarks on an epic journey to find the infamous Captain Weird Beard and foil the plan of Mr. Clunky Bones. With the power of friendship and a little newfound courage, Theodore learns what it really means to be a pirate and puts a stop to evil; all before going home for ice cream. Adults $10, Children $8

    Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online.
    To purchase group tickets, please call the Act 3 Box Office Manager at (610) 282-1100 x1419.

    Please purchase the number of people viewing the production. The day before your selected production date you will receive a link and a password to view the production. The link and password will be active for 24hrs on the date you have selected. If you have any problems or questions, please email boxoffice@desales.edu or call us at (610) 282-3192.

    May 08 to May 09
    Songs for a New World
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    All Day
    Location
    Online
    Presented by Act 1 DeSales
    Phone
    610-282-1100

    Music & Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown

    Directed Dennis Razze

    A musical revue that features the songs of Tony Award winning composer and lyricist, Jason Robert Brown, who also wrote scores for the musicals The Last Five Years, The Bridges of Madison County, and Parade. Brown says of the show “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” Brown’s unique style fuses pop, jazz, and gospel music creating a contemporary landscape of life in America. Ages 12+

    Price per viewer: $15

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