Auditions for Romeo and Juliet the musical
META Performing Arts presents auditions for the world premiere of Romeo and Juliet the musical. Auditions will be Tuesday, Oct. 7 and Wednesday, Oct. 8 from 6-9 pm at the Lincoln Theatre, Mount Vernon, WA. To sign up for auditions email firstname.lastname@example.org - Walkups welcome, but preference will be given to those signed up in advance.
Auditions for Romeo and Juliet the musical
META Performing Arts presents a free Shakespeare workshop at the Lincoln Theatre (712 S, 1st St, Mount Vernon, WA) Saturday, October 4th with sessions at 10:30am and 12:30PM. Open to ages 8 through adult.
10:30 and 12:30 Shakespeare reading sessions with Joe Bowen, director of the upcoming Romeo and Juliet musical. This session is open to the public ages 9 through adult. You do not need to be signed up for Romeo and Juliet auditions to attend these reading sessions.
As an artist, I try to choose subjects that inspire me and add life to the painting process. My hope is that the emotion and energy I experience while painting will be felt by the viewer. While my goal is always to create a beautiful image, I am equally interested in the traces of inspiration, emotion, struggle, resolution, and satisfaction that are revealed through physical brush strokes left on the canvass.
After 40-some years of a rewarding but stressful career in nursing (32 years as an RN at Skagit Valley Hospital), I retired in 2008 and began painting in oil. Where nursing involved control, exactitude, planning and attention to detail, painting allowed me to loosen control, to experiment, to play without restraint or concern for consequences.
The greatest joy is to be able to release one's creativity in some way. For me, the benefits of allowing my creativity to flow are multiplied because I have felt the pain of being blocked, stagnated, when I was not able to use the abilities I was born with. When the clouds parted and I found myself with a purpose again, with the muse singing, with things growing under my hands, I began to feel I had arrived home, regardless of the outward circumstances of life in which I found myself. An urgency was born in which I just feel that I have no more time to waste.
The Lincoln Theatre presents work by Cherie Donovan-Smith.
Cherie Donovan-Smith paints vibrant, celebratory images of women and creates whimsical felted objects. She is also the co-creator of the newly founded Artisan Craft Cooperative in Sedro Woolley. She also creates “Characters” for her own line of cards.
Opening on Downtown Mount Vernon's First Thursday Art Walk, May 1 from 5-8pm
National Theatre Live launched in June 2009 with a broadcast of the National Theatre production of Phèdre with Helen Mirren and the Lincoln Theatre has been there from the start. They've since broadcast more than twenty other productions live from the National Theatre, and on occasion other theatres in the UK and we've screened them all.
Past broadcasts include Danny Boyle's Frankenstein with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, One Man, Two Guvnors with James Corden and The Last of the Haussmans with Julie Walters. This past season has included Coriolanus and War Horse and now NT Live has just announced their new season that we are excited to present: A Streetcar Named Desire, Skylight, Of Mice and Men, JOHN, Treasure Island, The Hard Problem, & Man and Superman.
Julie Bishop creates her kaleidoscopes from her photographs of local Skagit images, including tulips and other flowers. She views the creation of them as a type of meditation practice, finds joy in the colors, designs and images she creates, and hopes that they give you joy and pleasure too!
Julie will be in Art Bar for the Skagit Valley Art Walk on Thursday, April 3rd from 5:00 - 8:00pm.
More info coming soon.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, March 8th, the Lincoln Gallery, through out the month of March, will be showcasing powerful women of Skagit Valley, their art and their ability to connect. Women, as natural communicators and organizers, are often at the hub of the wheel. This show not only spotlights women of artistic talent, but also women that have made their life their art. Their knack for creation goes beyond traditional arts and crafts and is reflected in their livelihoods, their community activism, their homes, and their relationships: