Tag: Muse Arts Warehouse

Theatre-goers in Savannah should see “Equus”

My Unplugged column in Do in the Savannah Morning News today is a review of the current production by The Collective Face Theatre Ensemble at Muse Arts Warehouse: “Equus” combines raw passion, excellent staging. The Collective Face has taken on…

CinemaSavannah screening Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine” Friday; Neil Jordan’s “Byzantium” and Cannes winner “The Hunt” soon

Just a quick update with the latest from CinemaSavannah, the independent series of film screenings coordinated by Tomasz Warchol. Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine will be screened at Spotlight Theaters on Eisenhower this Friday, August 23rd, at 7:15. Since that screening…

New production of classic tragedy “Medea” opening at Muse Arts Warehouse in Savannah

4th World Theater is presenting a production of Euripides’ Medea at Muse Arts Warehouse, 703 Louisville Rd., in Savannah August 16-18 and August 23-24. All show times are 8 p.m., except for a Sunday matinee performance on August 18 at…

The Collective Face’s 2013-2014 season kicks off with “Equus”

It’s hard to believe that Peter Shaffer’s Equus was written 40 years ago. The text still has tremendous power and immediacy. Daniel Radcliffe broke from his Harry Potter roots and starred in the highly praised revival that hit Broadway in…

Photos from the Muse Arts Warehouse Fundraiser

What a great time on Monday evening — and for a great, great cause. The “Show Me the Love” fundraiser for Muse Arts Warehouse brought out a good crowd of generous Savannahians eager to support Muse Arts Warehouse, which in…

Mark your calendars for Muse Arts Warehouse fundraiser on April 8th

JinHi Soucy Rand founded Muse Arts Warehouse just over three years ago, and in that short span the venue has proven indispensable to the Savannah arts community.

“Suddenly Last Summer”: a short review of The Collective Face’s production of Tennessee Williams’ sordid classic

Walking into Muse Arts Warehouse for The Collective Face production of Suddenly Last Summer, one is immediately struck by the sprawling decadence of the set — a garden next to a crumbling old greenhouse filled with several dozen plants. It’s a “well-groomed jungle,” according Dr. Cukrowicz.

“First Position”: acclaimed dance documentary screening by Psychotronic Film Society in benefit for Savannah Dance Festival

The 2011 documentary First Position “follows six young dancers from around the world as they prepare for the Youth America Grand Prix, one of the most prestigious ballet competitions in the world.”