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This Season will celebrate coming back together following time apart…
The Artistic Leadership team at Redhouse, is pleased to announce Redhouse Arts Center’s 2021-22 Main Stage Season which will feature the remounting of a previously cancelled show. With every production this season, Redhouse will utilize its versatile theatre space not only treat audiences to a thrilling theatre experience but allow for social distancing and a safe return back to live theater. “We are so excited to move forward and bring live theater back to our audience and community”, stated Redhouse Executive Director, Samara Hannah. “As more and more people get vaccinated, we have more and more hope that we will soon be able to gather at Redhouse. But we won’t do anything that is unsafe. Redhouse has maintained the highest health and safety standards and will continue to monitor, adapt and overcome the challenges of this pandemic. Masks on, fingers crossed!”, she concluded. In choosing the season, one goal of the Artistic team were to choose works that left audiences with a positive and uplifting feeling while also offering diverse works that are relevant in our current social climate. Redhouse Associate Director of Artistic Programming Temar Underwood explains, “We want to strike the balance between giving people an escape from the anxiety and isolation of a pandemic and doing what theatre always does, which is truthfully reflect the light and the dark of the human experience. We’ve bookended the season with shows that are joyful, fun and celebratory. While in the middle we explore some of the darker truths that are relevant to each of our lives…always with an eye towards diversity and inclusion.” Redhouse will offer four Main Stage shows with some productions offering an extended three week run.
Redhouse will kick off 2021-22 season with Tony Award winning musical Sister Act which will run from December 3 – December 19, 2021. The show will be directed by Redhouse Associate Director of Artistic Programming Temar Underwood. In this powerhouse musical, adapted from the 1992 film – starring Whoopi Goldberg, Deloris Van Catier, a disco-diva, has witnessed a murder. The cops put her into protective custody in the one place the bad guys won’t find her. A convent! She helps the nuns find their voice as the director of the choir. In the process, she finds her own. – With powerful gospel, dance, disco, and soul music from the creative mind of Broadway legend, Alan Menkin, this moving show will have Redhouse audiences rejoicing at the triumphant return of live performances at the center. Sister Act originally ran on Broadway from April 2011 – August 2012 and was nominated for 5 Tony Awards including Best Musical.