SEASON HIGHLIGHTS - FALL 2014
THE SEASON KICK-OFF PARTY ON SEPT. 10 started with a reception in the lobby featuring artwork, costumes and puppets by the Art and Theatre and Dance departments. It included dance performances by KSC student Abbie Brown (center) and Adele Myers and Dancers along with classical music played by KSC student and faculty musicians including (right) Marica Lehninger, violin and Maura Glennon, pIano. Watch a party video montage.
SPANISH HARLEM ORCHESTRA opened the 2014-15 season on Sept. 26 with a
Latin Jazz concert New York City Salsa style with audience members dancing in the aisles. Before the show KSC Music Professors José Lezcano and Julian Gerstin talked about the history of Sala and Latin Jazz. SHO musicians stayed after the
show to talk with patrons and sign their recently released fifth CD. Take a look at the action.
ADELE MYERS AND DANCERS explored the sense of imbalance and risk in Einstein's Happiest Thought on Oct. 8.The multi-media dance performance was preceded by two movement workshops and followed by a post-show discussion about the dance. Catch the movement.
City Council Meeting, performed participatory democracy, brought students and community members to the stage on Oct. 29 where they became the mayor, city councilors, and concerned citizens for the evening. The theatrical performance was surrounded by numerous free activities including a Long Table Discussion (center) and a humorist talk about town meetings by author Rebecca Rule (right).See what City Council Meeting was all about.
The silent film The Phantom of the Opera became even spookier with the original music of Alloy Orchestra on Halloween night, Oct. 31. Patrons came in costume for a post-show party in the lobby where a Horror Film Poster exhibit was on display courtesy of the KSC Film Archives.
Howard Fishman (left) and his band performed The Basement Tapes Project, an evening of Bob Dylan's underground music on Nov. 5. There was a pre-show Dylan Listening Party and after the rockin' concert Fishman signed CDs and talked with patrons.
WATCH VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WONDERFUL EVENTS PRESENTED THIS FALL.
what people are saying about REDFERN
“I’m sure I’m not the only one to be sending rave reviews for the concert on Friday night! Wow! There are many great experiences at the Redfern to be sure!” – Audience member, Donal Fox Inventions Trio
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"THANK YOU for welcoming VPL’s Performance Club so warmly to the Redfern last week for the Doug Elkins show… it made the rhythm of our night go so smoothly and we really enjoyed being at the Redfern."
– Sara Coffey, Director, Vermont Performance Lab
MEMBERS GET BIG REWARDS. Redfern Circle Members receive 10%, 15% or 20% discounts based on level of membership purchased. Click here to learn how to become a member.
ALUMNI RECEIVE A BREAK. KSC Alumni receive a $5-$10 discount on Redfern tickets with a valid Alumni ID. Just show your alumni card at the box office.
DINNER AND A SHOW. Enhance your evening at the Redfern Arts Center with a delicious meal in Keene before the show! The Redfern is partnering with five local restaurants – Elm City Brewing Company, Fireworks in Keene, McCue's, Nicola’s Trattoria, and The Pub – to offer a 10% meal discount for ticket holders on the night of each performance. Just present your Redfern ticket to any of the five locations listed below to receive the discount.