The circus is in town… don’t miss the Big Show!
Enjoy tea and conversation surrounded by a potpourri of Shirley Timmreck’s artwork interspersed with readings from her plays by Pier One Theatre actors. Directed by Linda Ellsworth.
Free community event! No RSVP required!
KP Brass Band will be rockin’ the Alibi tomorrow night to celebrate Mardi Gras from 9 PM to 1 AM. There is a suggested donation of $5 with all proceeds being donated to Homer Council on the Arts’ Kathy Pate Scholarship Fund. We look forward to seeing you there!
Up close and in person is a whole new experience for dance! Built with the intent to foster inventive dance, Tiny Dances turns traditional dance performance on its head. Dancers explore the possibilities of collapsing familiar vocabulary to fit onto a 4’ by 8’ stage.
This year’s kickoff event is presented in partnership with Hospice of Homer and the Friends of the Homer Library in conjunction with The Big Read. This year’s book, written by Roz Chast from the New Yorker, has inspired a wide range of performance ideas.
Bodyvox, based out of Portland Oregon, is presenting Urban Meadow, a collection of individual dances highlighting the best of the best of their original works. Bodyvox is described as “A kinetic storm of creativity, physicality and wit”. The evening includes dance combined with film, offering a wide range of dances that will entertain audience of all ages. Since its founding in 1997, BodyVox has garnered international acclaim for its ingenuity, creativity, and unique approach to theater that assimilates all possibilities for movement, endows it with breathtaking physicality, enriches it with striking imagery and embellishes it with humor, wit and whimsy to create refined dancing that knows no boundaries.