It’s Spring @ The Wallis – and we have some extraordinary offerings in theater, music and dance!
Kneehigh Theatre, who wowed audiences with Brief Encounter during our inaugural season, have returned with 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus, a family-friendly epic running now through March 5. We are delighted to reunite with Deaf West Theatre to take on Edward Albee’s At Home at The Zoo (March 7-26). We previously collaborated with Deaf West on the award-winning revival of Spring Awakening that went on to Broadway. Also this month, we present Ralph Kirshbaum and Shai Wosner tackling Beethoven’s complete works for cello and piano over two evenings (March 9 & 10); Filter Theatre Company and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s rambunctious new take on Twelfth Night (March 14-19); the great Limón Dance Company (March 24-25); a collaboration with The Colburn School featuring master pianist Jean Yves-Thibaudet (March 29) and the iconic Eddie Palmieri’s Latin Jazz Septet (March 30).
On April 1st we honor the legacy of the genius composer Henry Mancini and his family with Mancini Delivered, a star-studded celebration to benefit the artistic and educational programs of The Wallis. In addition to bringing you these acclaimed artists, we are proud to provide access to and hands-on experience in the arts for people of all ages and abilities through our GRoW @ The Wallis education and outreach programs.
To learn more about these spring offerings, as well as all of the programming in our 2016-2017 season, visit TheWallis.org.