ACT: Love Notes

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day is a show about the various aspects of love by Pipit and Layne. Lively dialogue combines with catchy songs and clever choreography to make this performance a memorable one. Find out who is ‘Hot for Teacher’ and who is ‘Simply Irresistible’. Discover what a ‘Witch Doctor’ and a ‘Honky Tonk Woman’ have to do with love. It’s all there in this lively show! Directors Pipit and Layne are assisted by Dramaturge and Stage Manager Kat, and a talented cast. The show premieres at 1pm on the Lower ACT Stage on Sunday, February 12th at 1pm.

Avilion Harvest Arts Festival Begins!

The Avilion Harvest Arts Festival

Friday Sept 16 t0 Sunday Sept 18

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Read more about it here: Second Life Destinations

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The Avilion Bards Anthology

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The Avilion Bards Anthology, entitled ‘Those Who Have Wings,’ will be launched at the Avilion Harvest Arts Festival.
The Anthology, which features poems from some of our Bards and is beautifully illustrated by Pipit Peacedream, will be free to all who would like to take a copy at the launch event on Friday16th and afterwards at The Bards Tent.
This illustration gives you a sneak preview of Pipits wonderful work
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Avilion Arts Festival Performances by ACT and the Fandangos

The Avilion Arts Festival, that runs from September 16th through the 18th, will feature four ACT productions and a new Fandangos show.

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Encore Productions include:

’Dance-a-long’ that is an audience-participation show designed by Bajoy tracing the development of popular dance;

’Missing Pieces’ by Villede Carter that features his original poetry accompanied by songs and dances; and

‘The Unicorn Tapestries’ created by Bajoy that recounts the story of ‘The Lady and the Unicorn’ tapestries now hanging in the Cluny Museum in Paris.

New Productions

ACT also features the premiere of Moon Aerandir’s new theatre work, ‘The Strange but Fortunate Tale of Padstow Jack’ that weaves a poignant yet hopeful story from a mermaid’s monologue and toe-tapping folk tunes.

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The Fandangos, led by choreographer Moon Aerandir, present a thought-provoking new work, entitled, ‘Circus of Dreams.’ If it were literature it would be
‘mystical realism,’ if it were an art work you might associate it with surrealism or even Da Da, if it were a theatre piece it might bring to mind ‘commedia ‘dell arte’ or even ‘ theatre of the absurd.’ In short, this innovative dance work defies definition, but is a feast for the eyes with choreography that delights, costumes that enchant, and tunes that leave you wanting more from this energetic new Avilion dance company.

Schedule for ACT and Fandangos events:
‘Missing Pieces’
Friday, September 16th at 3:30 p.m.
(ACT Main Stage)

‘Dance-a-long’
Saturday, September 17th at 11 am
(ACT Lower Stage)

‘The Strange but Fortunate Tale of Padstow Jack’
Saturday, September 17th at 1 pm
(ACT above Upper Stage)

‘Circus of Dreams’
Sunday, September 18th, 12 noon
(ACT Lower Stage)

‘The Unicorn Tapestries’
Sunday, September 18th, 12:30 p.m. (following the Fandangos performance)
(ACT Lower Stage)
We hope you can attend these performances and all the other art events scheduled for the Festival.

The Fandangos present The Circus of Dreams at Avilion Arts Festival in September

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When Toulouse Lautrec tried to paint them he woke each morning to find his canvas was blank. Hardly surprising, given the nature of the Circus of Dreams. They are restless and always move on.

You may ask why is there a door that seems to lead nowhere.

Even the Master of Ceremonies wonders about that from time to time and the fact that he can’t discover the answer is beginning to irritate him, just a little, after 150 years.

The dancers don’t let it bother them much, though it sometimes confuses their entrances and exits to and from the stage.

But the show must go on! – or at least they all presume that it must – so they perform every night whether there is an audience or not. If the whole thing ends in chaos who cares.

They dance! And that’s what REALLY matters.