• Friday, July 05, 2019 at 08:00 PM

    Forgive us, Gustavito!


    Tickets Part of the Dell'Arte Mad River Festival by Otherland Theatre Ensemble Forgive us, Gustavito! is devised and performed by Rebecca Finney, Lucius Robinson, and Tushar Mathew.

    Winner- Best of Fringe at the Charm City Fringe Festival 2018, “Forgive Us, Gustavito!” is set in the backdrop of a horrific crime, inspired by bizarre true events. Gustavito, the solitary hippo of the National Zoo, was found dead from fifteen stab wounds to the snout. The Attorney General has launched an investigation, but the sinister conspiracy behind Gustavito’s murder continues to pull the strings. Join Detective Emilio Hippo, the devastating Elvira Spider Monkey, Toto the Gentleman Gorilla and a whole host of Zoo friends for a story that is equal parts classic noir and outrageous animal madness. In the shadowy underbelly of the zoo, we ask the question, “what does it mean to be complicit in a system you cannot identify?”

    Tickets here.  TICKETING FOR THIS SHOW IS HOSTED BY OTHERLAND THEATRE ENSEMBLE.

  • Saturday, July 06, 2019 at 08:00 PM

    Forgive us, Gustavito!


    Tickets Part of the Dell'Arte Mad River Festival by Otherland Theatre Ensemble Forgive us, Gustavito! is devised and performed by Rebecca Finney, Lucius Robinson, and Tushar Mathew.

    Winner- Best of Fringe at the Charm City Fringe Festival 2018, “Forgive Us, Gustavito!” is set in the backdrop of a horrific crime, inspired by bizarre true events. Gustavito, the solitary hippo of the National Zoo, was found dead from fifteen stab wounds to the snout. The Attorney General has launched an investigation, but the sinister conspiracy behind Gustavito’s murder continues to pull the strings. Join Detective Emilio Hippo, the devastating Elvira Spider Monkey, Toto the Gentleman Gorilla and a whole host of Zoo friends for a story that is equal parts classic noir and outrageous animal madness. In the shadowy underbelly of the zoo, we ask the question, “what does it mean to be complicit in a system you cannot identify?”

    Tickets here.  TICKETING FOR THIS SHOW IS HOSTED BY OTHERLAND THEATRE ENSEMBLE.

  • Sunday, July 07, 2019 at 04:00 PM

    Forgive us, Gustavito!


    Tickets Part of the Dell'Arte Mad River Festival by Otherland Theatre Ensemble Forgive us, Gustavito! is devised and performed by Rebecca Finney, Lucius Robinson, and Tushar Mathew.

    Winner- Best of Fringe at the Charm City Fringe Festival 2018, “Forgive Us, Gustavito!” is set in the backdrop of a horrific crime, inspired by bizarre true events. Gustavito, the solitary hippo of the National Zoo, was found dead from fifteen stab wounds to the snout. The Attorney General has launched an investigation, but the sinister conspiracy behind Gustavito’s murder continues to pull the strings. Join Detective Emilio Hippo, the devastating Elvira Spider Monkey, Toto the Gentleman Gorilla and a whole host of Zoo friends for a story that is equal parts classic noir and outrageous animal madness. In the shadowy underbelly of the zoo, we ask the question, “what does it mean to be complicit in a system you cannot identify?”

    Tickets here.  TICKETING FOR THIS SHOW IS HOSTED BY OTHERLAND THEATRE ENSEMBLE.

  • Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 07:00 PM

    Creamery Festival 2019

    The Creamery Arts Festival returns August 15-18 with five days of events for the whole family.

    The events commence on Thursday, August 15 at 7 p.m. with the first of six performances from Mendocino County’s own Flynn Creek Circus. This charmingly nostalgic and surprisingly fresh all-human circus will perform in their vintage big top tent with top quality acts including tightrope walkers, aerialists, jugglers, acrobats, and comedians in an all-new show Out of Hatwww.flynncreekcircus.com   

    Friday, August 16,  from 6 to 9, the historic Creamery District will be abuzz with Third Fridays,  highlighting local artisans, cider, food, music, and a family-friendly atmosphere. www.creamerydistrict.org

    Continuing on Saturday, August 17 at 7:30  is the Playhouse’s signature outdoor performance spectacle Elemental with giant puppets, dancers, stilt walkers, live music and beautiful paper lanterns, all happening around the Creamery building. This free family-friendly event, features our Elemental Pageantry workshop students, Fairies from Redwood Raks and professional artists.

    Playhouse Arts commissioned local artist Lush Newton to create a special outdoor art exhibit,  inspired by the 100th anniversary of the Creamery Building. The exhibit, titled “California State Creamery; The Land of Milk and Honey,”  showcases  Newton’s unique whimsical style in several oversized art pieces placed around the building, including representations of a historical train engine, a family of Portuguese farmers and a special ode to Creamery Building architect Franklin Georgeson.

    Tim Gray’s Footfall was created to accompany a stroll around the Creamery District. Gray states, “The world is quite a noise filled place. So much so that most of us screen out much of this sound(sic). This piece is designed to envelop the listener into another aural world, and alternative universe in sound’.  These files are freely downloadable at  (website tbd).

    Support for the Creamery Festival comes from the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Footprint Foundation, local business sponsor Wildberries Marketplace and many individual donors.

    Tickets for the Flynn Creek Circus are at flynncreekcircus.com/tickets.

  • Friday, August 16, 2019 at 07:00 PM

    Creamery Festival 2019

    The Creamery Arts Festival returns August 15-18 with five days of events for the whole family.

    The events commence on Thursday, August 15 at 7 p.m. with the first of six performances from Mendocino County’s own Flynn Creek Circus. This charmingly nostalgic and surprisingly fresh all-human circus will perform in their vintage big top tent with top quality acts including tightrope walkers, aerialists, jugglers, acrobats, and comedians in an all-new show Out of Hatwww.flynncreekcircus.com   

    Friday, August 16,  from 6 to 9, the historic Creamery District will be abuzz with Third Fridays,  highlighting local artisans, cider, food, music, and a family-friendly atmosphere. www.creamerydistrict.org

    Continuing on Saturday, August 17 at 7:30  is the Playhouse’s signature outdoor performance spectacle Elemental with giant puppets, dancers, stilt walkers, live music and beautiful paper lanterns, all happening around the Creamery building. This free family-friendly event, features our Elemental Pageantry workshop students, Fairies from Redwood Raks and professional artists.

    Playhouse Arts commissioned local artist Lush Newton to create a special outdoor art exhibit,  inspired by the 100th anniversary of the Creamery Building. The exhibit, titled “California State Creamery; The Land of Milk and Honey,”  showcases  Newton’s unique whimsical style in several oversized art pieces placed around the building, including representations of a historical train engine, a family of Portuguese farmers and a special ode to Creamery Building architect Franklin Georgeson.

    Tim Gray’s Footfall was created to accompany a stroll around the Creamery District. Gray states, “The world is quite a noise filled place. So much so that most of us screen out much of this sound(sic). This piece is designed to envelop the listener into another aural world, and alternative universe in sound’.  These files are freely downloadable at  (website tbd).

    Support for the Creamery Festival comes from the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Footprint Foundation, local business sponsor Wildberries Marketplace and many individual donors.

    Tickets for the Flynn Creek Circus are at flynncreekcircus.com/tickets.

  • Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 02:00 PM

    Creamery Festival 2019

    The Creamery Arts Festival returns August 15-18 with five days of events for the whole family.

    The events commence on Thursday, August 15 at 7 p.m. with the first of six performances from Mendocino County’s own Flynn Creek Circus. This charmingly nostalgic and surprisingly fresh all-human circus will perform in their vintage big top tent with top quality acts including tightrope walkers, aerialists, jugglers, acrobats, and comedians in an all-new show Out of Hatwww.flynncreekcircus.com   

    Friday, August 16,  from 6 to 9, the historic Creamery District will be abuzz with Third Fridays,  highlighting local artisans, cider, food, music, and a family-friendly atmosphere. www.creamerydistrict.org

    Continuing on Saturday, August 17 at 7:30  is the Playhouse’s signature outdoor performance spectacle Elemental with giant puppets, dancers, stilt walkers, live music and beautiful paper lanterns, all happening around the Creamery building. This free family-friendly event, features our Elemental Pageantry workshop students, Fairies from Redwood Raks and professional artists.

    Playhouse Arts commissioned local artist Lush Newton to create a special outdoor art exhibit,  inspired by the 100th anniversary of the Creamery Building. The exhibit, titled “California State Creamery; The Land of Milk and Honey,”  showcases  Newton’s unique whimsical style in several oversized art pieces placed around the building, including representations of a historical train engine, a family of Portuguese farmers and a special ode to Creamery Building architect Franklin Georgeson.

    Tim Gray’s Footfall was created to accompany a stroll around the Creamery District. Gray states, “The world is quite a noise filled place. So much so that most of us screen out much of this sound(sic). This piece is designed to envelop the listener into another aural world, and alternative universe in sound’.  These files are freely downloadable at  (website tbd).

    Support for the Creamery Festival comes from the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Footprint Foundation, local business sponsor Wildberries Marketplace and many individual donors.

    Tickets for the Flynn Creek Circus are at flynncreekcircus.com/tickets.

  • Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 02:00 PM

    Creamery Festival 2019

    The Creamery Arts Festival returns August 15-18 with five days of events for the whole family.

    The events commence on Thursday, August 15 at 7 p.m. with the first of six performances from Mendocino County’s own Flynn Creek Circus. This charmingly nostalgic and surprisingly fresh all-human circus will perform in their vintage big top tent with top quality acts including tightrope walkers, aerialists, jugglers, acrobats, and comedians in an all-new show Out of Hatwww.flynncreekcircus.com   

    Friday, August 16,  from 6 to 9, the historic Creamery District will be abuzz with Third Fridays,  highlighting local artisans, cider, food, music, and a family-friendly atmosphere. www.creamerydistrict.org

    Continuing on Saturday, August 17 at 7:30  is the Playhouse’s signature outdoor performance spectacle Elemental with giant puppets, dancers, stilt walkers, live music and beautiful paper lanterns, all happening around the Creamery building. This free family-friendly event, features our Elemental Pageantry workshop students, Fairies from Redwood Raks and professional artists.

    Playhouse Arts commissioned local artist Lush Newton to create a special outdoor art exhibit,  inspired by the 100th anniversary of the Creamery Building. The exhibit, titled “California State Creamery; The Land of Milk and Honey,”  showcases  Newton’s unique whimsical style in several oversized art pieces placed around the building, including representations of a historical train engine, a family of Portuguese farmers and a special ode to Creamery Building architect Franklin Georgeson.

    Tim Gray’s Footfall was created to accompany a stroll around the Creamery District. Gray states, “The world is quite a noise filled place. So much so that most of us screen out much of this sound(sic). This piece is designed to envelop the listener into another aural world, and alternative universe in sound’.  These files are freely downloadable at  (website tbd).

    Support for the Creamery Festival comes from the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Footprint Foundation, local business sponsor Wildberries Marketplace and many individual donors.

    Tickets for the Flynn Creek Circus are at flynncreekcircus.com/tickets.

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