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Core as Lead Theater Artists at the Proteus Festival!

 

October 5-7 is the first ever Proteus Festival in Virginia Beach. This festival marks the Grand Opening of Zeiders American Dream Theater in Town Center. The long awaited new venue houses a 310 seat theater and a 100 seat studio that will play host to music, film, improv, and theater acts during the festival.

 

The Festival is full of amazing events and badges are on sale now!
Choose your level and get to the festival but make sure you join CORE for DIY Theater Panel from 12:30-1:30 at the Westin Hotel VB  and  for our performance of
THE POE PROJECT @ 6:00P in the Studio Theater/Zeiders.

 

DIY Theater 
Location: The Westin Stage in The Westin Hotel
Time: Saturday, October 6 at 12:30pm
Every creator of theater has faced the challenge of producing their work; this panel features speakers with a combined century of experience in bringing not only their own works to the stage, but also forming new companies focused on producing pieces ancient and modern. West End star Chris Van Cleave (Les Miserábles, Chess) moderates.

The Poe Project
Location: Studio Theater Stage- Inside Zeiders
Time: Saturday, October 6 at 6:00pm

An ever-evolving production blending literature, theatre, music, and dance, The Poe Project weaves together some of Poe‘s most famous stories and poems exploring the comedy and darkness in his works.  Featuring such classics as The Imp of the Perverse, The Cask of Amontillado, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Bells, Annabel Lee, and The Raven, this productions blends them seamlessly into one incredible evening.  First conceived and performed in 2006, it has since been presented at  Les Fêtes Théâtrales du Suroît, Quebec, Canada;  Rencontres Internationales de Théâtre, Liege, Belgium; Tarptautinį Teatrų Forumąs, Vilnius, Lithuania;   Midtown International Theater Festival, NYC and Aula de Teatro da USC Festival Internacional de Teatro, Santiago de Compostela, Spain to critical acclaim and recognition. 

Core presents ‘Antigone’ at The Roper!

Government, God, and Civil Disobedience…
Core is bringing a modern take to an ancient classic for 3 Performances Only!13925492_10208678624716005_3963203639555426116_oDon’t miss this timeless Greek tale presented in an alternate America reality.

As modern Americans, how easy it is for us to take for granted our collective power! How second nature it is that, through the political process, we have both the right and the responsibility to judge if our leaders are protecting the rights that we ourselves have declared “inalienable. ”

These rights were hard won of a bitter war against tyranny, injustice and oppression. Such rebellions against authority, both governmental and familial, have largely defined world history and propelled literature. Antigone, the archetypal story of a young woman’s anguished quest to bury her fallen brother, resonates no less powerfully now than it did 2,500 years ago. It demands of us, as it did of audiences in antiquity, this fundamental question: what costs are acceptable in the pursuit of justice?

This production takes place in the Roper’s special Studio/Stage configuration, in which you are never more than inches from the action. Extremely limited seating is available and performances will sell out.

The production will begin promptly at the time on your ticket. Latecomers will not be seated.

Friday, September 30 @ 8p
Saturday, October 1 @ 8p
Sunday, October 2 @ 8p

Tickets:
General $20
Students $10

Box office opens 1 hour before event time. Advance tickets are available The Roper Theater website.

Core presents ‘The Tragedy of Othello’ at The Roper!

Thursday, Friday and Saturday November 5 – 7 at 8 PM
Sunday November 8 at 3 PM

Shakespeare’s iconic work about jealousy and the steep price of intolerance is presented with a twist that changes everything.

The CORE Theatre Ensemble tells the classic story in a way that is fresh and accessible to modern audiences.

This production takes place in the Roper’s special Studio/Stage configuration, in which you are never more than inches from the action. Extremely limited seating is available and performances will sell out.

The production will begin promptly at the time on your ticket. Latecomers will not be seated.

TICKETS:
General Admission  $20

$10.00 TCC Students, 1 per ID. Logon with your vccs.edu email to unlock this discount.

Box office opens 1 hour before event time. Advance tickets are available online.

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