Alice Fawn’s Faerie Poetry Release

November 2, 2019 @ 5:30 – 9:30pm

Stardust Everywhere invites you to a magical night of music, song, sound, art and most importantly, community.

Alice Fawn’s Faerie Poetry Release is the centerpiece of a line up of nine talented artists who are excited to share with you. We aim to uplift you and fill your hearts with joy.

Soundscapes by Mike Costaney, Art by Olivia Nash. Music by Aurora Aura, Johanna Stahley, & TBA. Poetry will be read throughout the event by Alice Fawn.

All ages.

Pay what you can. $12.00 or more suggested. Cash at the door.

Youth Improv!

Taught by Christine deSimas

Ages 10-17
Sundays 10-11 AM
OCT 20 – DEC 8, 2019

Jumping into the unknown has never been so fun. Improvisation is arguably THE most important skill to have as an actor. It opens you up, gets you to let go of fears and finds your inner genius and hilarity. Over the course of these eight weeks, we will begin to put more trust in our instincts, grow as actors and see what happens when we learn to let go and just go for it. By understanding the basic premise of improv that “there are no mistakes, there are only opportunities”, these actors will gain confidence in everything they do going forward as they laugh, bond, and take risks together.

to register:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/improv-ages-10-16-tickets-732916302395

About Christine deSimas:

Christine has been directing and performing in theater for over 30 years. A graduate of SUNY New Paltz with a Bachelors of Science degree in Musical Theater, she is thrilled to come back to her roots with teaching. Her passion for both performing and directing has been a deep part of her from a very early age performing as a kid in Brooklyn, NY.  Christine’s decades of theater experience include NYC cabaret shows, acting, singing, cast recordings, showcases, improv, character study, theater history, directing, lighting, scene design, sound engineering, teaching at the renowned Count Basie Center for the Arts and mom-ing three young kids, two of which share her passion for theater. It is a thrill to be given the platform to share both these skills and passion with others and by using theater, show them how incredibly creative they are!  Her mission is to use theater to help children own their voice, doubting less and trusting their own instincts, giving them greater confidence on-stage and off!

October: Metal Clay Beginners Workshop

hosted by: Metal Clay Creations

Mondays in October 12- 3 pm

Get creative and make beautiful jewelry in these quick workshops!

Learn how to make beautiful precious metal clay jewelry in just a couple hours!
All tools and design materials will be provided to you.

$30.00 per class plus the cost of clay

For more info and to book: pamela.picinic@gmail.com

Arts Society of Keyport

Peer Art Review/ Critique Group

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM

Calling all Visual Artists, Performance Artists, Writers, Designers, Crafters or generally creative people!!!

Are you looking for a community of creatives? Want to have interesting and constructive artist conversations? Working on a project and want some feedback?

Then join ASK in a safe, friendly and constructive environment to help further your artist practice and make some friends!

Bring examples or images of your projects and let’s discuss!

Open and free to all interested person and ASK members!

Please RSVP: info@asknj.org

Kids Performance for Beginners

Taught by Christine deSimas

Performance for Beginners
Ages 6-9,
Sundays 9-10 AM
OCT 20 – DEC 8, 2019

It’s finally here!!

For those beginning performers out there, these 8 weeks will give them the outlet they crave and at the same time strengthen their on stage confidence and joy.

In this class, we will play and learn performing basics so they will be above and beyond any shows or drama classes they choose to be in going forward.

Classes will include acting out popular stories and books we love with a short performance at the end of the 8 weeks.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/performance-for-beginners-tickets-73284139835

About Christine deSimas:

Christine has been directing and performing in theater for over 30 years. A graduate of SUNY New Paltz with a Bachelors of Science degree in Musical Theater, she is thrilled to come back to her roots with teaching. Her passion for both performing and directing has been a deep part of her from a very early age performing as a kid in Brooklyn, NY.  Christine’s decades of theater experience include NYC cabaret shows, acting, singing, cast recordings, showcases, improv, character study, theater history, directing, lighting, scene design, sound engineering, teaching at the renowned Count Basie Center for the Arts and mom-ing three young kids, two of which share her passion for theater. It is a thrill to be given the platform to share both these skills and passion with others and by using theater, show them how incredibly creative they are!  Her mission is to use theater to help children own their voice, doubting less and trusting their own instincts, giving them greater confidence on-stage and off!