Performances

Arts in August 2020

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Arts in August

August 8, 2020 7:00pm

This show is sold out! For those with tickets please enter the parking lot near 2120 West 11th. Entrance opens at 6:15pm. All guests must wear a mask outside the vehicle and observe social distancing.

Arts in August reconceives their annual festival into a drive-in performance with Verb Ballets at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Tremont. This free community performance will feature audience favorite, Bolero, with the energy, propulsion, and intensity of Ravel’s famous crescendo to a visual masterpiece. The company remounts Tommie-Waheed Evans’ Surge.Capacity.Force., a moving work with a fierce physical language that communicates relevant statements about social justice. Plus, a new work by company dancer Kate Webb that was created as a response to the isolation of COVID-19, showcases the power of art to get us through this time.

Arts in August performances are free and open to the public. A free ticket is required per car through Eventbrite. Vehicles will be directed to parking to allow for social distancing. If guests sit outside your vehicle, they are required to wear a mask and maintain at least 6′ social distance with other audiences members. If guests are sick with COVID-19, have symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, it is important to stay home for the safety of all.

Arts in August is presented in partnership by Tremont West Development Corporation, LAND Studio, Cleveland Public Theatre and Councilman Kerry McCormack, Ward 3.

Photo: Liz Cooper

SHOW DETAILS

August 8, 2020 7:00pm

THEATRE

Parking lot
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
2187 W 14th St.
Cleveland, OH 44113
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Free must register for a ticket per car

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