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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

Dell’Arte announces newest board members

 Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International’s Board of Directors has announced five new members who will help advance the nonprofit’s work of exploring theatre making, theatre training and the relationship between artists and community.   “We’re excited to expand our board with these leaders who have diverse experience and will bring an array of talents

Dell’Arte online workshops offer modern twist on historic theatre forms

Dell’Arte International  BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International is offering a series of theatre workshops designed for actors to investigate bold forms of expression while exploring long-standing comedic and dramatic forms that continue to entertain and touch audiences.   “Creation is possible, is being done, and is undergoing adaptation and innovation right now as we move through

Dell’Arte streaming Carlos Gallegos’ one-man shows

Ten Nights of Award-Winning Shows With Carlos Gallegos Actor/Director Will Perform One-Man Shows Over Live Stream BLUE LAKE – Before returning to teach at Dell’Arte International, Carlos Gallegos performed and studied theatre around the world. The actor, teacher, playwright and director studied at Dell’Arte, Jacques Lecoq International School and Le Samovar Clown School in France,

Dell‘ Arte launches racial equity audit, seeks accountability

Dell’Arte International  BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International has been a part of Humboldt County for almost 50 years, bringing original theatre to our community and educating the next generation of theatre makers through our training programs.  We have always been an organization in process. We recognize that we must do better at amplifying the voices

Dell’Arte’s Mad River Festival canceled

For the past 30 years we have gathered in the summer on the lawn of Dell’Arte’s amphitheatre to come together as a community to laugh, listen, sing, celebrate, and see things from around the world and down the block that we’ve never seen before anywhere. It is an experience that we hope engenders solidarity, empathy, understanding, and provides new windows and apertures for us to see into who we are as a community.

Dell’Arte Tragedy, Clown and Thesis Projects go electronic

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International is expanding its online season by adding a series of student performances to the schedule, including the annual Tragedy, Clown and Thesis Projects. While sheltering in place, students have creatively and collectively adapted these culminating performances of their school year to online media.   “While we can’t offer the

Love, loss and revelation in Blue Lake

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Share an evening with five actor-creators as they transform into vivid physical characters, whose stories of love, loss and revelation unfold within a richly imagined theatrical world. Performances are Thursday, Dec. 5, Friday, Dec. 6 and Saturday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m.  in the Carlo Theatre, 131 H St., Blue

Janine Volkmar Review: A love fest and great theatre in Blue Lake

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union It is difficult to write a critical review about what was so clearly a love fest at the opening night of Turning Gray Skies Blue: The Music of Timmy Gray. The Dell’Arte company celebrated Gray’s work on over 50 productions by reprising songs from many of those plays, many with

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