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Thank You Wednesday with ArtsEarth in 2020

Thank You Wednesday

THANK YOU: A sincere thank you to ALL who donated to ArtsEarth yesterday (12-01), and we made our goal for 2021!

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GivingTuesday for ArtsEarth Today!

2020 GivingTuesday

FUNDRAISER: Want to join me in supporting a good cause? I'm raising money for ArtsEarth and your contribution will make an impact!

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ArtsEarth Celebrates GivingTuesday

2020 GivingTuesday

FUNDRASIER: ArtsEarth celebrates GivingTuesday by promoting the arts worldwide, joining millions around the world participating in the global generosity movement on Tuesday, December 1, 2020.

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Down the Rabbit Hole: Joe Pera and Radical Niceness in Review by Miranda Seaver

Joe Pera

ARTICLE | Let’s face it: we could all use something nice. Quarantine’s been extended, people are continuing to lose their livelihoods, and it really does seem as if some otherworldly force has grabbed the planet and forced it into a sudden and ugly halt.

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The Edwardian World’s Faire in Review by Miranda Seaver

Revellers at Edwardian World's Faire

Article by Miranda Seaver Venue: The Regency Ballroom Featuring: The Edwardian World’s Faire 2020 I was a weird kid. If you know me, even tangentially, this probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. I spent a majority of my formative years dressed in ill-fitting thrift store suits, making campfires at the park and carving …

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Waitress the Musical in Review by Natalie Wiser

Waitress the Musical

Article by Natalie Wiser Written by six time Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles and an all-female creative team, Waitress is a fun, catchy musical that is sure to lift your spirits high! Based on the 2007 movie directed by Adrienne Shelly, enter a small town the deep south, where our heroine Jenna is stuck in a bad …

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After the Storm in Review by Khatija Hussain

After the Storm Banner

Article by Khatija Hussain | Photos by Jessie Hammans After the Storm is written by Ademola Adeniji and directed by Sally Barnard, the show was held at Willesden Green Library Performance Space from Friday-Sunday, 5-7 October. After the war, the hardworking men and women in England return to work and try to live normally but with the aftermath …

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Free Shakespeare in the Park in Review by Natalie Wiser

William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Article by Natalie Wiser Be sure not to miss a free dose of culture this summer with Free Shakespeare in the Park – A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Enjoy the outdoors of the Presido with your family and friends while seeing this classic tale, free of charge! For the rest of the summer, the San Francisco …

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Soft Power: Musical in Review by Natalie Wiser

Soft Power: Musical

Article Review by Natalie Wiser Live at the historic Curran Theatre: don’t miss Soft Power, a “play with a musical” now showing until July 8. Written by David Henry Huang, who worked on famous plays and musicals such as M. Butterfly, Aida, Tarzan, and Yellow Face, enter what feels like a very Inception-like play about …

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The Soiled Dove: Circus Spectaculous in Review by Greg Cutler and Jon Bauer

ARTICLE | First of all, I’m impressed with how many people got dressed up in period costume for this event. Well done. I don’t have 1800’s clothes, but I wore a tuxedo with a long coat and a nice black and white striped tie.

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