ACT presented a show about the American Civil War based on songs, letters and memoirs from the period.
Reserve a spot on your calendar for this Sunday at 1pm when Avilion choreographers present a program of new dances that they have created. Come along and be impressed by the talented dance creators we have in Avilion. See details below.
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.
The Avilion MerBallet Company premiers an Avilion original merballet –
story by Giles N. Hawker
script and stage director: Bajoy Dramaturge
creative director and sets: Theta Marseille choreography: Theta Marseille and Fafnir Kiranov stylist: JP Damien narration: Siric Freenote stagemanager18th – Veruca Tammas, 25th Opacus Jenkins
Cast: March18th: Elven Knight Harnor: Opacus Jenkins
Fae Ranger Maiden Talia: Makalii Rhiadra
Goblin Witch Queen Sarreneth: Osiris Leshelle
Goblins: Veruca Tammas, Ayla Wemyss
Knights; Vill Carter, JP Damien Rangers: Scout Zsun, GracelenRose Myst
Cast March25th Elven Knight Harnor: JP Damien
Fae Ranger Maiden Talia: Scout Zsun
Goblin Witch Queen Sarreneth: GracelenRose Myst
Goblins: Osiris Leshelle, Ayla Wemyss
Knights; Vill Carter, Opacus Jenkins
Rangers: Sif Luik
The Avilion MerBallet Company is pleased to perform for One Billion Raising to raise our voices for women’s equal value across the globe. Our performance is at 5am SLT on Feb 14. Landmark available soon. Join us!
Be sure to join The Avilion MerBallet Company on Saturday February 11 at 3pm at Creations Park for the Dreaming Tree to benefit the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research. The foundation offers support groups and research into the positive effects of SL for people with PD.
What happens when playwright William Shakespeare meets composer William Byrd? This is the question Bajoy poses in her original play set in 1600 in the Globe Theatre. Shakespeare is plagued by writing problems and an unruly apprentice who refuses to take stage directions until Byrd finds some musical solutions. The show will be performed in Avilion’s version of The Globe Theatre on the upper ACT stage on Sunday, January 29th at 1 pm.