Speakeysie News Desk—April 5, 2022
JOIN WOODSTOCK ARTS FOR THEIR SEASON REVEAL!
WHEN: APRIL 10, 4 PM
WHERE: WOODSTOCK ARTS THEATRE
We are so excited to share with you our plans for the upcoming season! Be the first to hear all about our Season of Celebration!
Also coming up at Woodstock Arts…
April 9, 7:30 pm
Wylder is an indie-folk quartet from the heart of Virginia. Drawing on a season of personal doubt and loss, Wylder’s long-awaited sophomore release, Golden Age Thinking is an expansive and dynamic collection of rhythmic, haunting, and lyrically-driven indie-folk that examines the powerful influence of nostalgia as a form of denial.
April 8 @ 8pm
iThink Improv is back and ready to get its audiences rolling down the aisle with laughter! Make sure to mark your calendars and be here for the hilarity filled with spontaneous moments!
April 9 @ 7:30pm
Come get your live comedy fix with The Lasting Laugh! Hosted by Jessica It’s All Good, this comedy show will be featuring Atlanta’s favorite clean comics and not so clean comics who just cleaned up for this show. It is a series, so there will be a new set of comics joining Jessica every month.
Sister Act: A Divine Musical Comedy
April 22- May 8
Based on the hit movie with the same name, this upbeat musical follows wannabe star Dolores Van Cartier who witnesses a murder and is put into hiding at a church as a nun. Through her time in the convent, she discovers that that music is a way to the soul and that she would rather share the spotlight with her new family.
Exploring the Exhibit- Guided Tour For Kids!
April 7 at 2:00 pm
Join us for a guided tour of the current exhibit, “Coded Realities: Art + Tech” geared towards kids with Education Manager Harmony Reid. Learn the stories behind the artwork in a relatable way for kids!
Free to attend but RSVP strongly encouraged:
RSVP HEREArt on the Spot
April 15, 6-8:30 pm
In under 3 hours, local artists will create a piece of art on the spot that will be raffled off at the end of the night!
You’ll have the opportunity to connect with the artists in our community, see the creative process in action, AND possibly go home one of the works made that night.MORE INFO
Closing Reception of Coded Realities
April 16, 5-7 pm
This is your last chance to see this amazing show before it closes! Come enjoy the artworks with a glass of wine in hand, hors d’oeuvres on the table, and live music on the porch.
SEE MORE INFO HERE! Upcoming Events | Ongoing
The Reeves House always has something exciting on the horizon, keep an eye on our upcoming events list to see what we have in store for you!
Summer Camp is Filling Fast
Theatre campers explore the craft of acting, singing, and dancing and learn the discipline of performing as they develop their unique creative voices. Campers develop poise, movement, teamwork, speaking skills, and acting skills as they explore improvisation, theatre games, character development, and many other areas. Each camp also includes an end-of-camp performance for family and friends.
Visual Arts campers will draw, paint, and sculpt as they expand their creativity and develop skills. Campers will develop their self expression, fine motor skills, and aesthetics as they explore multiple mediums and create artworks throughout the week. Each camp includes an end-of-camp art exhibit for friends and family.SIGN UP FOR CAMPS!
OUR COMMUNITY’S VITAL HEARTBEAT
Woodstock Arts is committed to providing ways to engage with the visual arts, world-class performing arts productions, concerts, in-depth classes, and exciting camps to north Georgia since 2002.Artwork credits:
IThink Photo taken by Libby Williams
Sister Act Photos taken by Libby Williams
Exploring the Exhibit Graphic Courtesy of Harmony Reid
Creative Illustration of the Reeves House, courtesy of Dusty Beaulieu
Disney’s Descendants, photo by Lauren Cibene