Curtain Up: Broadway Behind
April 14 - September 1, 2012
The Lyman Allyn Art Museum's mission is to respond and
to appeal to the regional community. In that spirit, the museum has
planned an exciting schedule of programs to accompany this exhibition.
The programs are designed to engage people of all ages.
- Saturday, May 5, 3:00 pm: Q & A with Memphis
Set Designer David Gallo, "Broadway Design: Past, Present and Future,"
Fee. Reservations 860.443.2545 x112
- Saturday, May 5, 8:00 - 11:00 pm: Post-Gala Patron's
Party at The Garde. Attend a performance of Young Frankenstein
followed by cocktails with the cast! Call 860.443.2545 x 136.
- Saturday, June 9, 2:00 - 4:30 pm "So You Want to
be in Pictures:"For middle- and high-school students. Fee. Space
is limited! 860-443-2545 x110. This workshop provides a behind the
scenes look at the world of theater and acting. Each participant will have
their head shots taken by photographer Joe Standart, take part in an acting
workshop with Francesca Webster, and take notes on the business side of
acting with Charmagne Eckert.
- Sunday, July 15, 1:00 pm: Broadway Producers Round Table
at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford. Moderated by Connecticut
College Professor David Jaffe with Sue Frost (Memphis), Tom Viertel
(Hairspray, Young Frankenstein, The Producers), Geoff Rich (Avenue
Q), Stephen and Ruth Hendel (FELA). This is a Free event
offered by the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center and the Lyman Allyn.
- Free First Saturdays: Free admission from 10:00
am - 5:00 pm.
- Free art projects 1:00 - 3:00pm. Projects designed
for ages 5-12:
- May 5: Puppets
- June 2: Theater masks
- July 7: Flag-making workshop for Op-sail weekend
- August 4: Dioramas & Stage Sets
- September 1: Marionettes
- Sponsored by People's United Bank.
- Children's Film Festival: Broadway for Kids. Free with
Museum admission from 2:30 - 4:30 pm on the following Saturdays:
- April 21 & May 5:Annie
- May 19 & June 2: Cats
- June 16 &July 7: Mary Poppins
- July 21 & August 4: Peter Pan
- August 18 & Sept.1: The Lion King
- Check the museum website at http://www.lymanallyn.org
for updates and additional programming.
- Tours of the exhibition are available for groups.
To schedule tours, call Director of Education Mollie Clarke at 860-443-2545,
x 110 or e-mail email@example.com.
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