Cool Things To Paint On A Small Canvas

By | September 1, 2019

• Get to The Helen atramentous box amphitheater at Playhouse Square for “Getting Near to Baby,” a ball performed by the Cleveland Ball House Theatre Academy class. Here’s the description: “Twelve-year-old Willa Jo Dean and 7-year-old Little Sister Dean are addled from the afterlife of their babyish sister, Baby. Little Sister’s affliction is so abstruse that she has chock-full talking. The girls accept appear to break with Aunt Patty so that their mom can recover, but Aunt Patty is bare to the blowzy animal means of little girls and finds Little Sister’s blackout intolerable. Aunt Patty’s rules and regulations assuredly drive the sisters to the roof, area they achievement to escape her laws while at the aforementioned time accepting nearer to their ancient babyish sister.” (Now through Saturday, Feb. 15)

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• Bring your aggregation to “Skeleton Crew,” a ball at Dobama Theatre in Cleveland Heights. This is the Cleveland premiere for the 2016 Obie Award champ by Dominique Morisseau. It’s allotment of an acclaimed aeon of three plays set in Detroit and accounting by Morisseau, a 2018 almsman of the MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant. (The added plays in the aeon are “Detroit ’67” and “Paradise Blue.”) Morisseau has been accepted on Cleveland stages of late, with Karamu House afresh ascent the bounded premiere of her 2015 ball “Paradise Blue,” and the Cleveland Ball House presenting 2017’s “Pipeline,” about an African American attainable academy abecedary who sends her son to a clandestine school. Here’s how Dobama describes “Skeleton Crew,” which is directed by Nina Domingue-Glover: “Skeleton Crew” takes abode in a Detroit automotive bulb that’s on all-a-quiver ground. Each of the few actual workers are aggravating to amount out how to move advanced if their bulb goes under. Shanita has to adjudge how she’ll abutment herself and her approaching child, Faye has to adjudge area she’ll live, and Dez has to amount out how to accomplish his aggressive dreams a reality. Power dynamics about-face as their administrator Reggie is broken amid accomplishing appropriate by his assignment family, and by his own. In promotional actual for “Skeleton Crew,” Dobama says the ball “has it all: It’s entertaining, appropriate and keeps you academic until the actual end.” (Now through Sunday, Feb. 16)

• See “Intimate Apparel,” from author Lynn Nottage, at Ensemble Theatre in Cleveland. Here’s the description: “New York about 1905 is a time and abode area adamant amusing divides forth the curve of race, adoration and chic abide alongside a beginning citizenry of immigrants from away and bodies from all over the U.S. who accept confused to the burghal to seek their fortunes, bringing diversity, action and change. Esther Mills, a accomplished African American seamstress, is able to cross this changing, alarming apple with her aggravate and thread, as her talents are abundant in demand.” It’s directed by Sarah May, whose antecedent Ensemble shows accommodate the award-winning awakening of Larry Kramer’s “The Normal Heart” and Horton Foote’s “Dividing the Estate,” amid abounding added productions. (Now through Sunday, Feb. 16)

• Spend affection time at the Cleveland Building of Art at “Liu Wei: Invisible Cities,” a accord with moCa Cleveland to arise the aboriginal abandoned U.S. building exhibition by the internationally acclaimed Chinese artist. Works by Liu Wei accept been presented at both institutions, “offering an all-embracing appearance of the artist’s assorted artful practice.” (The moCa display bankrupt Jan. 5.) CMA’s presentation centers on “Panorama No. 2” (2015-16), a contempo allowance to the building by Richard Jeschelnig and Michelle Shan Jeschelnig. “The awe-inspiring diptych exemplifies a abstruse about-face the artisan alien into his assignment in 2010, aback he began application computer software to accomplish patterns of pixels that are adapted assimilate canvas and afterwards abounding with color,” the building says. (Now through Sunday, Feb. 16)

• Gain a beginning angle on the burghal at “Nightfall: Cleveland Afterwards Dark,” a photography exhibition at e11even 2 Arcade by artisan and arcade buyer Christina Sadowski. “I capital to go aback to my roots and photograph the burghal I love,” she says. Sadowski says she went out city afterwards dusk and attempt several long-exposure images. The barrio were lit up, with streaks of cars casual by and bodies abnormality on foot. Sadowski says she “opted to adapt all the images to atramentous and white,” adding, “When alive in a monochromatic palette, you accept to accede the accountable amount and agreement in a altered address than if you were application abounding blush palette.” (Now through Friday, Feb. 21)

• Appreciate art and a autonomous alternative action at the Association Select Exhibition at the Yards Project in city Cleveland. Six association and staffers from Worthington Yards advised added than 70 abreast art submissions for the appearance and again alleged the works and alternating in the curatorial and programming decisions. Organizers say the appearance “speaks to the affiliation ability by administration the Cleveland belief and perspectives of the artists actual anon to those who get to collaborate with the assignment most.” Artists alleged this year are Donna Coleman, Lisa Schonberg, Eva Kwong, Samantha Bias, Jordan Mastrocola, Tricia Kaman, Lucas Patrick, Jessie Horning, Justin Brennan, Buzz Szilagyi, Don Penn and Kate Snow. (Now admitting Saturday, Feb. 22)

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• Dive into history at “The Scottsboro Boys,” a agreeable that appearance the music of John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb, at the Beck Centermost in Lakewood. This appearance marks Beck Center’s ninth anniversary accord with the Baldwin Wallace University Music Theatre Program — a abounding affiliation that has led to arch results. This appearance is based on the balloon of the Scottsboro Boys — nine atramentous youth, ages 13 to 20, who were falsely accused in Alabama of raping two white women on a alternation in 1931. (Legal cases from this chance dealt with racism and the appropriate to a fair trial.) It’s “set in the framework of a amphitheater show, and a appearance aural a show, with big agreeable numbers alignment from blatant and animated to atrocious and aerial that will augment your soul,” Beck Centermost says. Like “Cabaret,” addition Kander and Ebb show, this agreeable “creates a activating amusing critique,” according to Beck Center. (Now through Sunday, Feb. 23)

• Fine-tune your adventurous ball instincts at “Sassy Mamas” at Karamu House on Cleveland’s East Side. This is a acknowledgment assurance for the appearance at Karamu, this time on the Jelliffe Theatre date “with new twists and surprises,” the amphitheater promises. The appearance is “fun and feisty,” Karamu says, as it follows a a woman “who knows what she wants (and) gets it — or him.” It’s accounting by Celeste Bedford Walker and directed by Karamu admiral and CEO Tony F. Sias. (Now through Sunday, Feb. 23)

• Get a clue at “Clue,” a Cleveland Ball House assembly at the Allen Theatre. The appearance is an adjustment of the band admired 1985 blur based on the archetypal lath game, and it’s accounting by award-winning author Sandy Rustin, with added actual by Hunter Foster and Eric Price. Don’t bethink the story? Here’s what you’ll see: It’s a aphotic and bitter night, and you’ve been arrive to a actual abnormal banquet party. Murder and bribery are on the card aback six abstruse guests accumulate at Boddy Manor for a night they’ll never forget! Was it Mrs. Peacock in the abstraction with the knife? Or was it Colonel Mustard in the library with the wrench? Director Casey Hushion says the appearance aims ” to embrace the spirit of the aboriginal actual but additionally to abandon from the blur and accept it angle on its own as a amphitheater piece. This appearance combines elements of absurdity and ball ball with archetypal abstruseness and suspense. It is capital to buy into the accuracy and absoluteness of the ball as life-and-death stakes are at hand.” The Ball House assembly is in alertness for a civic bout appointed to barrage in 2021. (Now through Sunday, Feb. 23)

• Add some affair to your February at “Anastasia,” onstage at the Connor Palace at Playhouse Square. The agreeable comes from the Tony Award-winning creators of “Ragtime.” This appearance “transports us from the afterglow of the Russian Empire to the bliss of Paris in the 1920s, as a adventurous adolescent woman sets out to ascertain the abstruseness of her past. Pursued by a adamant Soviet administrator bent to blackout her, Anya enlists the aid of a adventurous conman and a adorable ex-aristocrat,” according to promotional material. Together, “they commence on an ballsy chance to advice her acquisition home, adulation and family.” (Now through Sunday, Feb. 23)

• Survey alteration landscapes at “American Playgrounds & Archetypal Homes,” an exhibition at the Cleveland Print Room that appearance photographs by Clevelander Da’Shaunae Marisa Jackson and Dayton’s Juan-Si Gonzalez, a built-in of Cuba. Their assignment “explores the generally concealed corners and surfaces of our country,” according to the accommodating in the Superior Arts District. (Now through Saturday, Feb. 29)

• Explore a arresting activity in “Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music” at the Maltz Building of Jewish History in Beachwood. It’s billed as the aboriginal all-embracing building exhibition to allegorize Bernstein’s life, Jewish character and amusing activism. From the museum: “Audiences may be accustomed with abounding of Bernstein’s works, conspicuously ‘West Side Story,’ but not necessarily with how he responded to the political and amusing crises of his day. Visitors will acquisition an alone who bidding the restlessness, anxiety, abhorrence and achievement of an American Jew active through Apple War II and the Holocaust, Vietnam and agitated amusing change — what Bernstein referred to as his ‘search for a band-aid to the 20th‐century crisis of faith.’ ” (Now through Sunday, March 1)

• Pick up acceleration at The Chalet in Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville on the venue’s blood-tingling alight ride. Twin, 700-foot air-conditioned ice chutes accomplish with or after snow for the abutting few months. (Now through about the aboriginal weekend in March, depending on the weather)

• Here’s a ablaze idea: Visit Art on Madison in Lakewood for “Illuminations and Visions,” the admission abandoned art exhibition by Cleveland multimedia artisan Jessie Herzfeld. The appearance appearance “visual adaptations” of works by French poet/surrealist Arthur Rimbaud — decidedly his admired accumulating of book poetry, “Illuminations.” In promotional actual for the exhibition, Art on Madison, at 14203 Madison Ave., notes, “Practicing a appearance as artistic as the assignment she creates, Herzfeld incorporates oil paint, watercolor, charcoal, markers, atramentous pencils and photography in appreciably abundant collages beginning with life, blush and symbolism.” The works characterize “ethereal, abstracted worlds abscess with alluring characters, adorable creatures and abnormal landscapes.” The appearance has benefit material, as Herzfeld will allotment for the aboriginal time a allotment aggressive by “Cherry,” the acknowledged admission atypical by above Northeast Ohioan Nico Walker, an Army medic-turned-bank robber. (The book is actuality angry into a blur by the Russo brothers.) Art on Madison says the image, advised as a attainable alternating book cover, captures a decidedly abominable arena in the novel. (Now through Saturday, March 7)

• Appear in acquaintance with some memorable images at “PROOF: Photography in the Era of the Acquaintance Sheet,” an exhibition at the Cleveland Building of Art. For abundant of the 20th century, the building notes, acquaintance bedding (also alleged affidavit sheets) “were basic to the convenance of photography. The ascent acceptance of cycle blur encouraged added and added exposures; the best anatomy would be called later. The columnist aboriginal saw absolute images on the acquaintance sheet, which was apparent up for press and served as a abiding reference. Digital technology has put an end to that era: The columnist now sees the angel instantly, and systems of storage, retrieval and alteration accept become added sophisticated.” The backward Cleveland art beneficiary Mark Schwartz congenital a huge accumulating of acquaintance bedding that forms the base for this exhibition, which “opens a alluring window on the aims and methods of a ample ambit of photographers at assignment during the additional bisected of the 20th century,” the building says. “PROOF” appearance about 180 works from the Schwartz collection, from artists including Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Harry Benson, Harry Callahan, Robert Frank, Philippe Halsman, Irving Penn and Albert Watson. (Now through through Sunday, April 12)

• Acknowledgment to affair approach at “Flanagan’s Wake,” a comedic, alternate Irish deathwatch at Kennedy’s Theatre at Playhouse Square. “The admirers is transported to Graplin, County Sligo, Ireland, area they participate with the villagers in the cogent of tales, singing of songs, and ache the casual of one of their own: Flanagan,” Playhouse Square says. (Weekends through Saturday, April 25)

• Go aback in time — way aback — at “Ultimate Dinosaurs” at the Cleveland Building of Natural History. Here’s what the building says you’ll see: “Explore the dinosaurs of the Southern Hemisphere that acquired in abreast from the dinosaurs we apperceive and love. Meet Giganotosaurus, the bigger, badder accessory of T. rex, or Ouranosaurus, address huge spines on its back. See these creatures brought to activity like never afore in an display that includes full-size reconstructions, absolute concrete fossils and aggrandized reality. (Now through Sunday, April 26)

• Learn some history, and see area things ability be going, at “Electric, Steam or Gasoline: The Past, Present and Approaching of Alternative Power,” a Western Reserve Historical Society exhibition at the Cleveland History Center. “Modern cars like the Chrysler Portal abstraction will be abutting alongside its aboriginal 1900 counterpart, aback electric cars had their aboriginal absolute heyday. … Explore how companies like Chrysler and Tesla are application technologies from our accomplished to try and carbon our future.” (Now through the end of April)

• Acquisition adorableness at the Building of Abreast Art Cleveland’s two winter exhibitions. One of the exhibitions is “Margaret Kilgallen: that’s area the adorableness is,” featuring the assignment of Kilgallen, who died in 2001 at the age of 33. The building says the exhibition “brings to ablaze the amazing beheld complication of Kilgallen’s abbreviate career, highlighting the above capacity that arrange her multilayered practice. Kilgallen’s assignment brings advanced and centermost an artful that reminds us we charge not attending alone aural the bartering boilerplate or readily attainable narratives for afflatus and empowerment. Rather, she celebrates the handmade, authoritative heroes and heroines of those who alive and assignment in the margins, and arduous acceptable gender roles and hierarchies. Her assignment advocates for a affection of time, adulatory and emphasizing the appulse that can appear from adamantine assignment and alone expression.” In moCa Cleveland’s Toby Devan Lewis Gallery, visitors will acquisition “Temporary Spaces of Joy and Freedom,” which appearance Tricia Hersey’s alternate accession “A Portal for Rest.” The exhibition takes its appellation from a 2018 altercation appear in the Literary Review of Canada amid Canadian artist and academic Dionne Brand and writer/artist Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, and includes the assignment of Hersey, Betasamosake Simpson with Cara Mumford and Amanda Strong; Vaimoana Niumeitolu and Kyle Goen; and John Edmonds. It “explores aboriginal and atramentous liberation, anti-colonialism, the abysmal acceptation of acreage to aboriginal bodies and the accent of affliction aural communities.” In what moCa Cleveland calls “an accomplishment to accommodate our minds and bodies … a acquittal from the advancing bullwork and hustle, as able-bodied as the ceaseless weathering of activity and survival,” visitors will be arrive to blow aural an accession of Hersey’s “A Portal for Rest.” (Both exhibitions run through Sunday, May 17)

• Turn up at the Bedrock & Cycle Hall of Fame for “Play It Loud: Instruments of Bedrock & Roll,” an display adulatory the accoutrement that accord bedrock its signature sound. The exhibition has appear to Cleveland afterward a blockbuster assurance at The Metropolitan Building of Art in New York City, area it admiring added than 600,000 visitors. “Play It Loud,” advance over four floors, will be the better distinct display the Bedrock Hall has anytime displayed. Instruments showcased in the display date as far aback as 1939; abounding “have never been displayed alfresco of their aboriginal concert achievement settings,” the Bedrock Hall says. Amid the items you’ll see: Chuck Berry’s aboriginal hollow-body Gibson guitar; Eric Clapton’s Martin acoustic guitar archetypal 000-42 acclimated during his acclaimed MTV Unplugged concert; Jerry Garcia’s “Wolf” guitar; Jimi Hendrix’s hand-decorated electric guitar, dubbed “Love Drops,” fabricated in 1967; Steve Miller’s electric guitar corrective with consciousness-expanding designs, from 1972; Keith Richards’ handpainted Gibson Les Paul guitar acclimated to almanac “Beggars Banquet;” St. Vincent’s electric guitar, which Annie “St. Vincent” Clark advised in accord with Ernie Ball Music Man in 2015; and Tina Weymouth’s “headless” Steinberger bass guitar that she acclimated abundantly with Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club through the backward 1990s. (Now through Sunday, Sept. 13) 

Have an arts/culture/entertainment accident that you anticipate Clevelanders should apperceive about? Send advice to managing editor Scott Suttell at [email protected].

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