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Artrageous

Show: Artrageous
Date: Thursday, March 10, 2022

DAY show
Time: 10:30am
Doors/Seating: 9:30am
Run time: 45min, no intermission
All Ages– General Admission
To reserve seats for a school group, please email education@levoy.net.

NIGHT show
Time: 7:00pm
Doors/Seating: 6:00pm
Run time: 90min, plus intermission
All Ages– Assigned seating
Family 4-packs available for $111!


ABOUT THE ARTRAGEOUS SHOW

Artrageous is a troupe of multi-talented Live performance artists, world-class singers, and recording artists, highly trained dancers, and audience motivators, and veteran musicians hailing from the high desert of New Mexico. Their high energy performance is a combination of ALL ARTS on ONE STAGE, combined with humor and interaction in a frenzy of movement and color.

Artrageous has a passion for all things art and community and they bring their message of the arts being an integral and valuable part of human existence to the stage, leaving their audience of all ages singing, dancing, and clapping along.

Artrageous has been fortunate to perform for theatre-goers and celebrities alike and their artworks are in private and public galleries around the world.

(Artist) Website: https://www.artrageousshow.com


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ArtC Documentary Series

Doors: 7:00pm
Seating: 7:00pm
Total Runtime: 1 hour, 10 minutes
Rated: PG


ArtC presents
The Art Spirit: The Story of Pat Witt & the Barn Studio of Art & Shattered: Portrait of a Glass Factory (documentaries)

THE ART SPIRIT: The Story of Pat Witt & the Barn Studio of Art (re-edited premiere):
ArtC’s original and acclaimed documentary about Millville’s innovative and talented artist and teacher Pat Witt and her Barn Studio of Art has been enjoyed by tens of thousands the last six years. This re-edited version will appeal to those who saw the original and those non-Barnies interested in learning more about this fascinating woman and her school of art.

SHATTERED: Portrait of a Glass Factory (premiere):
It’s been over twenty years since many of the glass factories in Millville shut down. Since then, very few people have been given permission to go inside these once thriving hubs of production. Fine art photographers Tom Holding and Dave Woeller were allowed inside to produce photos that are both striking and disturbing. ArtC’s videographer Bill Horin was with them for one of their excursions into the abandoned plants of Wheaton Glass as they worked their magic. The resulting documentary is a showcase for their art and a glimpse into the area’s glass industry.


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