SummerWorks: Delightful, magical story time with Unintentionally Depressing Children’s Tales

This year’s SummerWorks has been full of opportunities to see and hear some imaginative, unique pieces of storytelling – and Erin Fleck’s Unintentionally Depressing Children’s Tales, directed by Maya Rabinovitch, is a brilliant example. A young man brings light to his darkened town. A very cranky pony named Heathcliff falls in love with the mistress ofContinue reading “SummerWorks: Delightful, magical story time with Unintentionally Depressing Children’s Tales”

SummerWorks: Vibrant & edgy graphic design for performing arts in PROMO exhibit

In between plays, I stopped by Artscape Youngplace last night for a SummerWorks Special Presentation Series exhibit: PROMO, an exhibit of graphic design work for the performing arts. Co-curated by Michael Rubenstein and Natasha Mytnowych, PROMO features the work of: Doublenaut Roxanne Ignatius Jonathan Kitchen (Light Up The Sky) Tad Michalak Monnet Design Kilby Smith-McGregorContinue reading “SummerWorks: Vibrant & edgy graphic design for performing arts in PROMO exhibit”