March 18, 2014
The Zoot Theatre Company
Schuster Center – Mathile Theatre
11:30 am – Registration and Networking
12 p.m. – Performance/Q&A
1 p.m. – Departure
Parking is available in The Arts Garage on the corner of Second and Ludlow Streets. Let the ticket agent at the registration table know you parked in the Arts Garage when you check in and you will receive a voucher that discounts your parking to $3!
About the Mid-Day Arts Café:
The March 18 Mid-Day Arts Café features The Zoot Theatre Company and their upcoming production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm. With a mission to stimulate the creative spirit through the collaboration of all forms of the visual and performing arts, The Zoot Theatre Company combines professional acting, masks, and puppetry to create spectacular productions for educational and regional venues. D. Tristan Cupp, Artistic Director/Puppet & Mask Designer, and Zoot puppeteers host this performance by giving audience members opportunities to interact with puppets, view scenes, and learn about the concept ideas and drawings of Animal Farm and the past production of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Now in its fourth year, the Mid-Day Arts Café series continues to highlight the professional arts organizations in the Dayton area. One Tuesday a month, a participating arts organization presents an hour-long session in the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center’s Mathile Theatre, providing a little insight into its mission, its productions and events, and maybe even a preview performance. Come prepared with those questions you’ve been wanting to ask! Each Mid-Day Arts Café begins with a box lunch provided by Citilites Restaurant & Bar at 11:30 a.m., and the presentation starts promptly at noon.
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