Community Arts

A unique point of access for community-driven expression, healing, & togetherness!

Two young children standing on a stage with lights with rows of chairs filled with people in front of the stage.
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Upcoming Events

7june 7:30PM

Fallen Angels by Noël Coward​

Noel Coward’s Fallen Angels, a comedy that explores the theme of marital infidelity and the consequences that arise from is, ​showcases Coward’s signature style of combining humor with social commentary. It provides a glimpse into the lives of the upper class and their attitudes towards infidelity, gender roles, and the pursuit of pleasure. The play also raises questions about the nature of love and the consequences of pursuing one’s desires without considering the impact on others.Fallen Angels is a delightful and entertaining play filled with sharp wit and insightful commentary. An Actors’ Equity–Approved Showcase.
  • Wednesday | June 7 at 7:30pm
  • Thursday | June 8 at 7:30pm
  • Friday | June 9 at 7:30pm
  • Saturday | June 10 at 3pm & 7:30pm
  • Sunday | June 11 at 3pm
15june 6:30PM

Indian Dance with Sloka Iyengar

FREE, FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT! Join us for a presentation about time and timelessness in and through dance!

Neuroscientist and Professional Artist Sloka Iyengar, a 2022-2023 Community Artist in Residence, will explore the many ways time plays a role in Bharatanatyam. She will demonstrate and perform the various rhythmic patterns, pieces on Lord Shiva the God of Time, and highlight the timelessness and legacy of Bharatanatyam.

Featuring Indian appetizers from our friends at Indian Tanpura!