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Bentley Friday September 21 2018 at 7:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
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BENTLEY (September 21 – 23 and 28 – 30, 2017) Another world-premiere comedy from the creative mind of local writer/actor Michael Wilhelm (Turtle Soup)! A reality TV family’s ratings stunt results in employing a homeless man as their new butler! (If that sounds vaguely like the plot of a famous 1930s screwball comedy…it is.) Bentley begins to quietly show the Carvers that there is more to life than facelifts, blog trolling, shoe-buying and gossip. But what secrets is our man Bentley hiding behind his tuxedo? And what will he discover about himself in the process? Rated G, but recommended for middle school and up.

Bentley Saturday September 22 2018 at 7:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
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BENTLEY (September 21 – 23 and 28 – 30, 2017) Another world-premiere comedy from the creative mind of local writer/actor Michael Wilhelm (Turtle Soup)! A reality TV family’s ratings stunt results in employing a homeless man as their new butler! (If that sounds vaguely like the plot of a famous 1930s screwball comedy…it is.) Bentley begins to quietly show the Carvers that there is more to life than facelifts, blog trolling, shoe-buying and gossip. But what secrets is our man Bentley hiding behind his tuxedo? And what will he discover about himself in the process? Rated G, but recommended for middle school and up.

Bentley Sunday September 23 2018 at 2:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
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BENTLEY (September 21 – 23 and 28 – 30, 2017) Another world-premiere comedy from the creative mind of local writer/actor Michael Wilhelm (Turtle Soup)! A reality TV family’s ratings stunt results in employing a homeless man as their new butler! (If that sounds vaguely like the plot of a famous 1930s screwball comedy…it is.) Bentley begins to quietly show the Carvers that there is more to life than facelifts, blog trolling, shoe-buying and gossip. But what secrets is our man Bentley hiding behind his tuxedo? And what will he discover about himself in the process? Rated G, but recommended for middle school and up.

Bentley Friday September 28 2018 at 7:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
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BENTLEY (September 21 – 23 and 28 – 30, 2017) Another world-premiere comedy from the creative mind of local writer/actor Michael Wilhelm (Turtle Soup)! A reality TV family’s ratings stunt results in employing a homeless man as their new butler! (If that sounds vaguely like the plot of a famous 1930s screwball comedy…it is.) Bentley begins to quietly show the Carvers that there is more to life than facelifts, blog trolling, shoe-buying and gossip. But what secrets is our man Bentley hiding behind his tuxedo? And what will he discover about himself in the process? Rated G, but recommended for middle school and up.

Light Rain Friday September 28 2018 at 7:30 PM

Arts United Center

Bentley Saturday September 29 2018 at 7:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
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BENTLEY (September 21 – 23 and 28 – 30, 2017) Another world-premiere comedy from the creative mind of local writer/actor Michael Wilhelm (Turtle Soup)! A reality TV family’s ratings stunt results in employing a homeless man as their new butler! (If that sounds vaguely like the plot of a famous 1930s screwball comedy…it is.) Bentley begins to quietly show the Carvers that there is more to life than facelifts, blog trolling, shoe-buying and gossip. But what secrets is our man Bentley hiding behind his tuxedo? And what will he discover about himself in the process? Rated G, but recommended for middle school and up.

Light Rain Saturday September 29 2018 at 7:30 PM

Arts United Center

Bentley Sunday September 30 2018 at 2:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
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BENTLEY (September 21 – 23 and 28 – 30, 2017) Another world-premiere comedy from the creative mind of local writer/actor Michael Wilhelm (Turtle Soup)! A reality TV family’s ratings stunt results in employing a homeless man as their new butler! (If that sounds vaguely like the plot of a famous 1930s screwball comedy…it is.) Bentley begins to quietly show the Carvers that there is more to life than facelifts, blog trolling, shoe-buying and gossip. But what secrets is our man Bentley hiding behind his tuxedo? And what will he discover about himself in the process? Rated G, but recommended for middle school and up.

konverjdans x fort wayne Friday October 12 2018 at 7:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
× Join New York City-based dance company, konverjdans, at Fort Wayne's PPG ArtsLab, for TWO NIGHTS ONLY! konverjdans is thrilled to have the students of Project Ballet opening both evenings with a piece choreographed by Jill Eathore-Bahr, as well as local Fort Wayne musicians and visual artists collaborating with us on several pieces throughout the night!

konverjdans will present three original works, including two-world premieres:'Cetacean Shadow' (world premiere), choreographed by Jordan Miller and performed with live, original music by Silbo Gomero (Kurt Roembke and Hope Arthur); 'You Can Be Baby Too' (world premiere), choreographed by Tiffany Mangulabnan to the music of the Novos Baianos; and 'STRATA' (premiered in 2016 at Norte Maar's CounterPointe5 in Brooklyn), created in collaboration with visual artist Nancy Baker & musician Max Kanowitz, and presented at the 2018 Women in Dance Leadership Conference in New York City.

To close the program, konverjdans will present a completely improvised piece in collaboration with musicians Kurt Roembke, Hope Arthur and Dalen Wuest and visual artist Heather Miller. Each night's performance will be entirely unique and spontaneous, never to be performed the same way twice!

Celebrities Act Up: Medical Mayhem E.R.! Saturday October 13 2018 at 6:00 PM

Civic Theatre @ Arts United Center
× The Fort Wayne Civic Theatre hosts its annual fundraiser production Celebrities Act Up: Medical Mayhem E.R.! - a parody of classic TV medical soap operas, sitcoms and dramas. Don’t miss this hilarious opportunity to see local CEO’s, community leaders and celebrities live on stage at the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre! Evening includes complimentary cocktail, abundant appetizers, silent auction and live auction!

konverjdans x fort wayne Saturday October 13 2018 at 7:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
× Join New York City-based dance company, konverjdans, at Fort Wayne's PPG ArtsLab, for TWO NIGHTS ONLY! konverjdans is thrilled to have the students of Project Ballet opening both evenings with a piece choreographed by Jill Eathore-Bahr, as well as local Fort Wayne musicians and visual artists collaborating with us on several pieces throughout the night!

konverjdans will present three original works, including two-world premieres:'Cetacean Shadow' (world premiere), choreographed by Jordan Miller and performed with live, original music by Silbo Gomero (Kurt Roembke and Hope Arthur); 'You Can Be Baby Too' (world premiere), choreographed by Tiffany Mangulabnan to the music of the Novos Baianos; and 'STRATA' (premiered in 2016 at Norte Maar's CounterPointe5 in Brooklyn), created in collaboration with visual artist Nancy Baker & musician Max Kanowitz, and presented at the 2018 Women in Dance Leadership Conference in New York City.

To close the program, konverjdans will present a completely improvised piece in collaboration with musicians Kurt Roembke, Hope Arthur and Dalen Wuest and visual artist Heather Miller. Each night's performance will be entirely unique and spontaneous, never to be performed the same way twice!

Elf Saturday November 3 2018 at 8:00 PM

Civic Theatre @ Arts United Center

Elf Sunday November 4 2018 at 2:00 PM

Civic Theatre @ Arts United Center

A Christmas Carol Friday November 9 2018 at 7:30 PM

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab
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CHRISTMAS CAROL (November 9 – 11 and 16 – 18) Arguably Charles Dickens’ best loved story, this adaptation breathes fresh and funny life into the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and the three Ghosts who haunt him on Christmas Eve. At the beginning of this lively version, a decidedly third-rate English touring company finds itself without actors to play Scrooge and Tiny Tim! Their bare-bones rendition of the story makes clever use of simple hand props, but also includes puppets, dance, hand bells and choral singing. Audiences will be drawn into the fun of a play-within-a-play. Rated G.

Elf Friday November 9 2018 at 8:00 PM

Civic Theatre @ Arts United Center

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