Monday, September 9, 2013

Living off the Line - Serena Directs Aion Productions, The Clothesline Muse

Living off the Line

Serena Ebhardt directs the theatrical premiere of The Clothesline Muse.
March 15, 2014. Painted Bride Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

Saturday, September 7, 2013

In One Era and Out The Other: High Point Area Arts Council, September 27, 2013

Dinner Theatre
In One Era and Out The Other:
A Patriotic History of the United States from 1901-2001

The High Point Area Arts Council will present In One ERA and Out The Other on Friday, September 27, in the dinner theatre at the Centennial Station Arts Center, 121 S. Centennial Street, High Point.
In One ERA and Out The Other is a history of 20th century America told through a patriotic, broad-spectrum prism. "ERA" is a fast-paced musical cabaret filled with multi-media images  from 1901 - 2001. Culminating with the September 11, 2001 attack on America, the show refocuses the future with humor and hope.

"ERA" appeals to older audiences from a patriotic and nostalgic point of view and to college audiences for its subliminal language, double entendre, karaoke, prizes, and references to progressive & LGBT rights. Using celebrities, headlines, politics, protests, scandals, sex, sports, natural disasters, and popular culture, Serena Ebhardt makes history personal. She reveals how Americans come together in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness when they stand united. It is all just a little bit of history repeating with an uplifting look towards the future.
Serena Ebhardt has performed hundreds of roles in Europe, Canada, Off-Broadway, and in regional theater across the United States. Serena’s dramatic training includes NC Governor’s School and Hedgerow Theatre’s Master Acting Classes with Rose Schulman. She was a Paul Green Scholar in Dramatic Art at the University of North Carolina and has been trained by The Kennedy Center, The Lincoln Center Institute, and the National Center for Creative Aging as a Professional Teaching Artist
In One ERA and Out The Other will be from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on September 27. The show and an all-American dinner (including apple pie for dessert) is $40 per person. Seating is limited so please call 336-889-2787 ext. 24 to make a reservation before September 23.

War Bonds: The Warren Performing Arts Center

The Warren Performing Arts Center

War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of WWII

Join us for a musical journey through a way that redefined the world. This multimedia living history cabaret is interspersed with personal letters from the front and headline news of the period.  Travel back to a time when blackouts and rationing were a small sacrifice in order to obtain freedom.  Featuring 22 spirit-stirring tunes of the day and plenty of actual veterans' stories. A warm reminiscence and a harrowing reminder of a time when the whole world seemed upside down.  

Adults $25         Students & Seniors  $23

Sunday, September 15, 2013 @ 4:00 PM