Back by Popular Demand!!! Cirque Zuma Zuma is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Performers train in Kenya and Tanzania before going on tour with the company. Enjoy traditional African dances, South African gumboot dancers, Gabonese tumblers, percussionists, jugglers, acrobats and contortionists in this performance packed with non-stop action and incredible feats. Cirque Zuma Zuma is sure to impress audiences of all ages.
THOMAS PANDOLFI is one of the leading pianists of our time, hailed a “phenomenon.” He began his career early on while at The Juilliard School (BM & MM) where the young prodigy caught the influential ear of Vladimir Horowitz, who would become his mentor, and legendary composer, Morton Gould. Since then he has been an audience favorite, selling out the world’s most prestigious stages, including Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, Strathmore, The Kennedy Center, Kiev Opera House, Bucharest’s Romanian Athenaeum, London’s Cadogan Hall, and many others.
Back by Popular Demand!!! This stirring drama with music is a classic tribute to the great American who freed herself and hundreds of people from the bonds of slavery. As Harriet and her friend Sarah Bradford narrate her life, students and teachers will share in the joys sorrows and challenges faced by this brave woman who changed the world through her courage. Your students will find a new appreciation for Harriet Tubman and a deeper understanding of her times. There will be a Q & A after the show.
In conjunction with this year's Black History Month theme of 'African Americans and the Arts,' this exhibition will showcase and celebrate Black American artists who contribute to visual and performing arts, music, cultural and societal movements, activism, and much more.
This exhibit is on view from January 29, 2024 - March 3, 2024 in Gallery 194 at Chesapeake Arts Center.
Join us for our newest family program: Stories & Art in the Galleries! Children will enjoy a story and complimentary age-appropriate art activity while viewing CAC's latest gallery exhibit. This month, we're reading "Alma's Art," a story about the African American painter Alma Woodsey Thomas. After the story, children will be invited to make their own paintings inspired by the colorful shapes and patterns Alma uses on her canvases!
The Cat in the Hat is the perfect friend for a boring rainy afternoon. From games and mischief to Thing One and Thing Two The Cat brings all sorts of trouble to this grey day— but will Sally and her brother be able to explain the mess to Mother? This Dr. Seuss classic leaps onto the stage with chaotic exuberance in this adaptation from Plaza Theatricals Productions Inc.