OPINION: Artown has a strict obligation to the community to be open and transparent with their plans for the Lear Theater.
After countless hours put into building sets and rehearsing scenes, the region’s theater companies remain in limbo due to coronavirus shut downs.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this summer’s Artown will see only 300 events with fewer in-person events and none at Wingfield Park.
TheatreWorks of Northern Nevada holds auditions for its Artown production of “The Wizard of OZ” on Tuesday, April 28 via ZOOM.
“LOVE,” a free-standing word sculpture that debuted at the Burning Man counterculture arts festival, is scheduled to have a home outside Renown Regional Medical Center the next few months.
We’re headed into week two of this crazy new reality and it’s been the longest year we’ve had all month. Here’s a fresh list of things to do this week.
Reno’s nonprofit arts organizations are looking for ways to stay afloat amid cancelations and closures.