Watch Einstein on the Beach through Apr 19
We can’t get enough Philip Glass these days following our memorable #GLASSFEST this past winter. Through April 19, the Grand Théâtre de Genève has provided free viewing access to its full-length production of Einstein on the Beach. Glass and Robert Wilson's groundbreaking opera "has no narration, no plot and follows no biographical intention" (Broadway World), yet draws the viewer in with its poetic, signature Glass progression through time. Co-produced and performed by Swiss theatre group Compagnia Finzi Pasca, Einstein on the Beach opened the Grand Théâtre's 19/20 season.
Virtual Book Tour Discussion with Mark Morris and Wesley Stace
Tune in on Wednesday, April 22 at 7:30 PM, when the Free Library of Philadelphia hosts legendary dancer, choreographer and director, Mark Morris, and Wesley Stace in a lively virtual discussion on Out Loud, the duo's new, co-written memoir on the life and career of Morris. A longtime friend of the Annenberg Center, Morris was last with us as an unforgettable Artist-in-Residence in 2018. He created over 150 original works for his Mark Morris Dance Group during his impressive career, which also includes a MacArthur Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship and 11 honorary doctorates. His co-author, Stace, has received critical acclaim for his novels, as well as recognition for his Cabinet of Wonders variety show that features various performers.
Virtual Tour of In the Company of Harold Prince: Broadway Producer, Director, Collaborator
In the Company of Harold Prince was a free exhibit at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts that explored the creative trajectory of the late Harold Prince. "Hal," as he was known to those close to him, was a famed Broadway contributor and an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania. Highlights from his career as a Broadway producer and director include West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret, Company, Sweeney Todd, and Phantom of the Opera.
The exhibit was originally scheduled to run through Mar 31, but was cut short when the museum closed due to COVID-19 precautions. In an effort to make sure the exhibit is still seen, curator Doug Reside created a virtual tour for all to enjoy.
Melody's Mostly Musical Day with Steinway artist Jenny Lin
ListenUp: #GLASSFEST Playlist
Welcome to Annenberg Center @ Home
The Annenberg Center team has been working hard to gather and curate a collection of rich content to share with you: masterclasses, performances, videos, music, and conversations by many of the artists who have graced our stages, as well as fun activities for children and families and Penn-centric initiatives. We hope these opportunities provide you with some solace, contemplative moments, humor, and joy. In other words, food for the soul.
I look forward to going down this path together, as we work toward seeing you again in person very soon. Stay well!