Entertainment articles

Humboldt Light Opera: The Year That Was

Humboldt Light Opera: The Year That Was

Humboldt Light Opera Company HUMBOLDT – Humboldt Light Opera Company’s Boomer Troupe proudly presents The Year That Was, a live, virtual, production that takes on 2020, one of the most puzzling and exhausting years in recent history. Through personal narrative, music, humor and jaw dropping fun facts, the cast shares its unique perspective on the

Dell’Arte presents Baduwa’t Festival: A Gathering of the People

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International is producing the five-day-and-night outdoor Baduwa’t Festival this summer, featuring live theatre acts, music and speakers.  Formerly known as the Mad River Festival, Dell’Arte is partnering with the Wiyot Tribe, Circus Nonsense and other community partners and artists to reimagine and remember what a gathering of the people

Arcata Playhouse hosts fundraiser for local musician Julie Froblom

  Arcata Playhouse The Arcata Playhouse will host a special fundraiser for extraordinary local musician Julie Froblom. Jenni & David and the Sweet Soul Band will perform in support of Julie, their saxophonist, in a virtual concert at the Arcata Playhouse on Saturday, May 15 at 7 p.m. Julie has contracted a rare lung disease,

Dell’Arte’s Cauldron of Destiny Thesis Festival

  Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – The Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre presents “The Cauldron of Destiny Thesis Festival,” featuring four original works of theatre created by this year’s graduating MFA class. The thesis festival marks the culmination of three years of graduate study by an ensemble of theatre artists.   It will be the

Faculty return to the stage at HSU

Humboldt State HSU – Join the faculty of the Humboldt State University Music Department as they return to the Fulkerson Recital Hall stage for their first-ever Livestream Faculty Artist Concert, accessible any place you have a device and internet access, on Saturday, May 1 at 7 p.m.   Visit youtu.be/JfNfq4yjiXo to access the concert. This Faculty

Dell’Arte returning to in-person learning

Dell’Arte International  BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International plans to return to in-person classes this fall with an immersive, decolonized and radical approach to ensemble-based physical theatre, the Professional Training Program.   After a year of implementing creative learning models such as online-only training, workshops, filmed and live-streamed performances, and working with Master’s students in a hybrid

April sees streaming shows at the Playhouse

Arcata Playhouse ARCATA – Arcata Playhouse hosts two live-streamed music performances with local artists in April.  After a successful trial run of the Arcata Playhouse four camera live-streaming system, the Playhouse is ready to hosts some lively and all live local streamed music shows in April. Starting with local sensation the SoHum Girls Band, an

‘Delineations’: a soul-searing odyssey through land use regs

Richardson describes Delineations as a “wild ride and a cosmic gut punch,” similar to simultaneously sitting through a meeting of the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) while reading the Humboldt County General Plan and listening to the audio of the annual McKinleyville Community Services District Audit Report, but even better.

HSU and Dell’Arte present ‘The Living Newspaper’

HSU Department of Theatre, Film and Dance The Department of Theatre, Film and Dance at Humboldt State University in cooperation with Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre presents the Humboldt County premiere of The Living Newspaper, two original productions based on current events.  Content will include the unexpected effects of gender-reveal parties, relationships with virtual