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Jumping Off The Page: A Storytelling Performance
Jun
26
6:30 pm18:30

Jumping Off The Page: A Storytelling Performance

  • North Hill Branch Library

Enjoy stories and songs from around the world as they jump right off the page and into your imagination!!!

Join Storytellers Kyle Jozsa and Nici Romo from Wandering Aesthetics, as they share stories, songs and fables from the banks of the Mississippi to the plains of Ancient China.

You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll have a fabulous time!

COST:

Free

TO REGISTER:

Contact North Hill Branch Library by calling 330.535.9423 or emailing northbranch@akronlibrary.org.

***FOR ALL AGES***

Jul
3
6:30 pm18:30

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults

  • Firestone Park Branch Library

Just in time for Independence Day, Wandering Aesthetics is pleased to present another addition of B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS!

DATE/TIME:

Monday, July 3, 2017
6:30 PM

LOCATION:

Firestone Park Branch Library
1486 Aster Ave.
Akron, OH 44301

PRICE:

FREE!!!

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Have you always wanted to start a good story only to realize you don’t have the time? Or maybe you want to feel just like a kid again and have a good story read to you? Let your imagination wander as you join Storyteller Kyle Jozsa from Wandering Aesthetics as he shares a series of short stories – radio play style – for adults only.

B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS is all about that return trip to childhood. So sit back, relax and getaway from the everyday as we read you enthralling episodes from modern and classic writers alike.

Participants should feel free to bring their sewing, knitting or crocheting projects, coloring books or other handheld fidget toys to enjoy as Kyle leads listeners on a journey of adventure, suspense and danger!

STORY FOR JULY:

TO REGISTER:


Falls Downtown Fridays Kids fest
Jun
23
4:00 pm16:00

Falls Downtown Fridays Kids fest

  • River Front Square

Join Wandering Aesthetics at the first annual Cuyahoga Falls Kids Fest as they entertain, emcee and host the interactive Jumping Off The Page!

ABOUT JUMPING OFF THE PAGE:

A few props, some makeshift costumes and a story is all you'll need throughout this interactive theatrical affair. From Little Red to Big Bad and all those characters in between, step out of reality and into the world of play and make believe.

Join Wandering Aesthetics for a day of improvisational play for ALL AGES and ALL SKILL LEVELS! Guided by Storytellers Kyle Jozsa and Nici Romo of Wandering Aesthetics, participants will – adding their own personal twist – act out well-known stories from throughout the ages as audiences cheer them on! From myths to fairy tales, this day is sure to be an adventure like none other.

ABOUT KIDS FEST:

Kids Fest is an evening of fun for the children in the Cuyahoga Falls community and will feature musical entertainment, crafts, and interactive play!

Let's Play! Mommy & Me
Jun
16
4:00 pm16:00

Let's Play! Mommy & Me

  • Akron Children's Museum

Does your child love to play pretend!?

Children constantly use their imaginations to create something out of nothing. Their lives are ones of theatricality and experimentation, discovering their world and themselves through play.

DATE:

Friday, June 16th @ 4 PM

LOCATION:

Akron Children's Museum

COST:

$10/Family (Up to 3 people including kiddos)
$5/Each Additional Person

Preregistration is required at the museum or by calling 330.396.6103
Admission to the museum is only $5/person if wish to come before or stay after.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Join Teaching Artist Kyle Jozsa as he – along with parents – leads children on an adventure straight out of a storybook.

Let’s Play! uses theatrical concepts (such as: movement, voice, imagination, costumes, props) to facilitate physical, social & emotional development in your young performer. Designed for children ages 2.5 - 5, the class incorporates songs, stories and activities that use imaginative play as a foundation for learning.

Each parent/gaurdian will stay with their child during the program and help them through the games and activities geared to prepare their little one for preschool and beyond.

*For more information about the instructor, please visit http://www.watheatre.com/education/

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME)
Jun
5
6:30 pm18:30

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME)

  • Firestone Park Branch Library

Just in time for Father's Day, Wandering Aesthetics is pleased to present another addition of B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS!

DATE/TIME:

Monday, June 5, 2017
6:30 PM

LOCATION:

Firestone Park Branch Library
1486 Aster Ave.
Akron, OH 44301

PRICE:

FREE!!!

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Have you always wanted to start a good story only to realize you don’t have the time? Or maybe you want to feel just like a kid again and have a good story read to you? Let your imagination wander as you join Storyteller Kyle Jozsa from Wandering Aesthetics as he shares a series of short stories – radio play style – for adults only.

B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS is all about that return trip to childhood. So sit back, relax and getaway from the everyday as we read you enthralling episodes from modern and classic writers alike.

Participants should feel free to bring their sewing, knitting or crocheting projects, coloring books or other handheld fidget toys to enjoy as Kyle leads listeners on a journey of adventure, suspense and danger!

STORY FOR JUNE:

The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell

The Most Dangerous Game, also published as The Hounds of Zaroff, is a short story by Richard Connell, first published in 1924. The story features a big-game hunter from New York City who falls off a yacht and swims to an isolated island in the Caribbean, where he is hunted by a Russian aristocrat.

The story is inspired by the big-game hunting safaris in Africa and South America that were particularly fashionable among wealthy Americans in the 1920s.

TO REGISTER:

'Jumping Off the Page' at Summit StageFest
Jun
3
12:45 pm12:45

'Jumping Off the Page' at Summit StageFest

  • Highland Square

Join Wandering Aesthetics at the first annual Summit StageFest for Jumping Off The Page.

ABOUT JUMPING OFF THE PAGE:

A few props, some makeshift costumes and a story is all you'll need throughout this interactive theatrical affair. From Little Red to Big Bad and all those characters in between, step out of reality and into the world of play and make believe.

Join Wandering Aesthetics for a day of improvisational play for ALL AGES and ALL SKILL LEVELS! Guided by Storytellers Kyle Jozsa and Nici Romo of Wandering Aesthetics, participants will – adding their own personal twist – act out well-known stories from throughout the ages as audiences cheer them on! From myths to fairy tales, this day is sure to be an adventure like none other.

PERFORMANCE TIMES:

12:45 PM
1:45 PM
2:45 PM

ABOUT SUMMIT STAGEFEST:

Join us for Highland Square's next great festival! Summit StageFest brings together theater groups from all over Northeast Ohio for a free, all-day celebration of live performance, art, and food. The event takes place on West Market Street between Casterton and Portage Path.

Performances include:

Antic Theatre - "Fingerfoods"
The Cleveland Opera - "La Boheme"
Cleveland Opera Theater - "Opera for All"
Dynamics Community Theater - "Oz"
Elliot & Krisopher Carter - "American Idiot"
Gum-Dip Theatre - "Nepali Applause"
The Illusion Factory - "The Little Mermaid"
Jim Volkert's Puppets - "Punch & Judy," "Gingerbread Man" & "Prince James"
John Moody - Wandering Minstrel
Just Go With It Improv Comedy
Magical Theatre Company - "Pinocchio"
Mason Brown & Brandi Eaton - "Shadowplay" & "Telegram"
Mustache Pete Stand Up Comedy
Neos Dance Theatre
New World Performance Lab - "Get Away With Murder" and "The Devil's Milk Trilogy, Part 2"
The Nairobi Trio - "The Wild Goose"
Ohio Shakespeare Festival - Green Show
Rubber City Radio Players - "Sunset Boulevard" Radio Show
Rubber City Shakespeare - "King Lear"
Theatre on the Spectrum - Student Showcase
Tyler Hodges - Scenes From "Hair"
Wandering Aesthetics - Audience Participation Improv
Weathervane Playhouse - "Hairspray"

Plus performance workshops from The Illusion Factory, Just Go With It Improv, and the Summit County Library!

*Performances include complete plays and highlights from longer works.

Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret 29: Birthday Boys
May
27
May 28

Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret 29: Birthday Boys

  • Exchange House Akron

$5 cover charge or pay-what-you-can at the door. Audience members can pay their covers and artists can pre-register for a performance slot online at epcooker.com or via phone at 330.612.3090.

ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO:

The Electric Pressure Cooker… presents Bigger than a Breadbox is one of the 27 winners of the of the 2015 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge Akron. Bigger Than A Breadbox needs to raise $75,000 in matching funds over two years - but ONLY $300 more to reach the coveted first half match of $37,500!!!

For more information (including the up-to-date funds raised) visit akronbreadbox.com or email watheatre@gmail.com.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

The AWARD-WINNING Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret is partnering up with Gum-Dip Theatre and North Hill's brand new Exchange House Akron for another month of "ANYTHING GOES" entertainment!

Celebrate Kyle and Benjamin's birthdays, send Dean Coutris off in style and help Wandering Aesthetics raise the final $300 (of $37,500) at this month's #EPCooker.

***May's event will be held inside a circus tent outside of Exchange House Akron.

Through humble beginnings in the basement of a Highland Square flower shop, the #EPCooker is an artist driven event that sees over 100 audience members, 20+ performances and 6 non-stop hours of art.

Doors open and registration for performers begins at 6:30 pm. Performances begin between 7:00 - 7:30 pm. Anyone may sign up for a 12-minute slot. Performers may pre-register at epcooker.com.


An emcee, house drum kit, keyboard, lighting and sound system (with operators) are provided. This month's emcee: Performer Dean Coutris.

ALL varieties of acts are encouraged to perform. Previous acts have included: monologues, acoustic musicians, comedians, feats of strength, play readings, experimental art, dancers, scenes from plays, improvisation, devised work, full rock bands and performance artists. But the sky is the limit; no art is too taboo for the #EPCooker!

ALL levels – from beginner to the most experienced – are encouraged to perform. Those under 18 are permitted to attend (and perform!) with adult supervision.

The #EPCooker is not just an Open Mic. It is an open and welcoming community of artists. It is also a great networking event, a great place to improve stage presence and a great place to develop as an artist. Storyteller Kyle Jozsa, Comedian Sarah Jones, Just Go With It Improv Comedy Troupe, Copper Pennies and many other acts premiered at the #EPCooker.

There will be a fine selection of beer available provided by Gum-Dip Theatre at the Exchange House Akron. Outside food is permitted.

ABOUT THE EMCEE:

Dean Coutris has been a working actor in the Norheast Ohio region for the past four years. He has appeared on stage at Dobama Theatre, Ensemble Theatre, Actors' Summit At Greystone Hall, and Coach House Theatre. He is also a company member of the Ohio Shakespeare Festival and a co-founder of Just Go With It Improv, a long-form improv group based in Akron! In his spare time, Dean enjoys playing his guitar, riding his bike, rock climbing, yoga, and drinking coffee with friends. By day, Dean is an accountant with a specialization in non-profit accounting and tax return preparation. No matter where he ends up in life, Akron will always be home.

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: The 7 Deadly Sins)
May
24
7:00 pm19:00

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: The 7 Deadly Sins)

  • Jilly's Music Room

This Full Circle Storytelling event is FREE!

Open to the public, Full Circle Storytelling events revolve around a prompt and the idea: everyone has a story. Sign up to tell a true tale related to the evening’s prompt (or any great story) OR just swing by to enjoy the show! (No experience necessary.) Co-hosted by Wandering Aesthetics, Jilly's Music Room and The Akronist this intimate evening of storytelling will conjure the spirit of community.

***Hosted by: TBA
***Live music will be provided by: TBA

Registration is encouraged (especially for storytellers), but not required. To register or for more information, please visit www.watheatre.com/fullcircle or info@watheatre.com.

Prompt: THE 7 DEADLY SINS

MISSION STATEMENT:

Full Circle is an open mic for storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.

VIDEO ARCHIVE:

We are creating a video and audio archive of stories from residents of the Greater Akron area. This archive may be used by students, journalists, researchers, artists, etc. for purposes beyond Full Circle Storytelling events. Participants at our live events are not required to have their stories recorded for our archive. Sometimes the magic is only for those in the room.

REGISTER:

Name *
Name
Hot Applesauce Improv Class
May
21
5:00 pm17:00

Hot Applesauce Improv Class

  • West Theater

Funny Noizes Production is pleased to introduce it's first professionally instructed improv class at the historic West Theater in Barberton – lead by Storyteller Kyle Jozsa.

ABOUT HOT APPLESAUCE IMPROV:

Funny Noizes Production will be bringing the finest instructors of improv from Akron, Cleveland, Canton, and other cities, to provide an in-depth, on your feet, hands-on experience in improv.

These will be ongoing one-off classes that will utilize the fundamentals of improvisation inspired by the founders of improv, such as Del Close, Keith Johnstone, Viola Spolin and others. This class will be instructed by a rotation of various teachers to introduce different styles and techniques.

This class will be a balance of fun, yet will still provide skills for any stage performer. Hot Applesauce is suitable for beginners as well as those with improv experience.

The concession stand will be open for your convenience.

REGISTRATION:

The cost of this 2 hour class is only $5 and space is limited to 15 people.

You can reserve your spot in this fun-filled event through PayPal using cdketler2@gmail.com or by calling 330-201-1499.

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Night at the Museum
May
20
7:00 pm19:00

Night at the Museum

  • Canton Museum of Art

Watch Out! This Saturday master storyteller Kyle Jozsa from Wandering Aesthetics will be roaming the tombs and totems of the Canton Museum of Art's “Avatars” exhibit. You will be led on a spine-tingling journey deep into the backwoods of your imagination.

Beware…. creatures of the night may appear!

ABOUT NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM:

Night at the Museum is a free fun-filled family event for those who are young and young at heart! Explore an interactive archeological dig, Glow-in-the-Dark face painting, live owls, roaming entertainers, family yoga, and so much more. In conjunction with the "AVATARS: Relics from the Future" art exhibition, attendees will embark on a mystical journey through the past and future. From creative awe-inspiring relics to customized make and take totems, Night at the Museum will inspire and engage all ages. This special event will feature free activities from our friends at the Akron Zoo, Massillon Museum, Stark County Public Library, Rockstar Rock Shop, 6th Street Yoga, Wandering Aesthetics, Akron Fossils & Science Center, McKinley Presidential Library & Museum, and many more. This free event is made possible by ArtsInStark, Ohio Arts Council, Key Bank Foundation, Williams Family Dental Group, Inc., and Winick Endodontics.

Pajama JAM ('Taste of the Breadbox' Launch Party)
Apr
14
Apr 15

Pajama JAM ('Taste of the Breadbox' Launch Party)

  • Jilly's Music Room

Join Wandering Aesthetics for a night of entertainment, food, and comfort as we kick off Taste of the Breadbox: An Evening of Culture from the Couch (our online auction) with Pajama JAM!

Date/Time:

Friday April 14, 2017
7:00pm

Location:

Jilly's Music Room
111 N. Main St.
Akron, OH 44308

Price:

FREE!!!!!!

About The Event:

We love supporting Akron’s amazing artistic community and we bet you do too. But if you’re anything like us, it can be a challenge to get off the couch to go to these great events, so we brought the couch to you! Come down to Jilly’s Music Room in your most comfortable attire to check out and bid on the online auction items AND enjoy a taste of what Bigger than a Breadbox will bring to Akron.

Pajama JAM Line Up:

8:00pm to 8:30pm Jeff Klemm
8:45pm to 9:00pm Rosilyn Jentner Cicora
9:00pm to 9:15pm Theresa Göttl Brightman
9:30pm to 9:45pm Gum-Dip Theatre
10:00pm to 10:30pm Josephine Marie Music
10:45pm to 11:00pm Thomas Skala
11:00pm to 11:30pm Amy Heisei

About 'Taste of the Breadbox':

In 2015, Wandering Aesthetics was awarded a two-year Knight Arts Challenge matching grant for “Bigger Than a Breadbox.” Building on the success of our open mic-style “Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret”, “Breadbox” gathers Akron’s finest performers, provides coaching to further develop their talent and then features these acts in quarterly vaudeville-esque variety shows. Shows rotate throughout different neighborhoods in Akron, highlighting their unique histories– from the forgotten women of the canal era to the changing faces of North Hill.

Over the past nine months, “Breadbox” has worked to successfully raise over $30,000! However, “Breadbox” is $5,500 shy of its Year One match criterion. Once these funds are raised, “Breadbox” can focus on elevating its artistic quality, growing the company and creating the most impactful programming possible.

To complete our remaining match for year one of Bigger Than a Breadbox, we are hosting a two-day online auction: Taste of the Breadbox: An Evening of Culture from the Couch. The online auction site will be live for 48 hours beginning on April 14, 2017 at 12:00 pm and closing on April 16, 2017 at 12:00 pm.

The Pajama JAM may be FREE, but we all know how hanging out in your p.j.’s all night is priceless!

Taste of the Breadbox: An Evening of Culture from the Couch
Apr
14
Apr 16

Taste of the Breadbox: An Evening of Culture from the Couch

We at Wandering Aesthetics love supporting Akron’s amazing artistic community and we bet you do too.

Unfortunately, if you’re anything like us, it can sometimes be a challenge to get off the couch– let alone muster the energy to put on your snazziest outfit and attend a fancy gala.

But there is a way you can help the Akron arts community without having to leave the comfort of your couch.

DATE & TIME:

Begins Friday, April 14th @ 12:00 PM
Ends Sunday, April 16th @ 12:00 PM

LOCATION:

Online: akronbreadbox.com

COST:

The auction is FREE to join and the album is FREE to enjoy!!!

ABOUT BIGGER THAN A BREADBOX:

In March of 2016, Wandering Aesthetics, was awarded its first ever grant of $75,000 from the John S. Knight Foundation for our winning #KnightArts Challenge idea: The Electric Pressure Cooker Presents... Bigger Than a Breadbox" (BTAB). This Project (BTAB) is tasked with providing Akron's artists and businesses, through a quarterly vaudeville show of local talent, a platform that will travel to different neighborhoods showcasing a rich mixture of Akron's best.

Over the past nine months, BTAB has worked to successfully raise over $30,000! However, BTAB is $5,500 shy of its Year One match criterion. Once these funds are raised, BTAB can focus on elevating its artistic quality, growing the company and creating the most impactful programming possible.

ABOUT 'TASTE OF THE BREADBOX':

In 2015, Wandering Aesthetics was awarded a two-year Knight Arts Challenge matching grant for “Bigger Than a Breadbox.” Building on the success of our open mic-style “Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret”, “Breadbox” gathers Akron’s finest performers, provides coaching to further develop their talent and then features these acts in quarterly vaudeville-esque variety shows. Shows rotate throughout different neighborhoods in Akron, highlighting their unique histories– from the forgotten women of the canal era to the changing faces of North Hill.

To complete our remaining match for year one of “Bigger Than a Breadbox”, we are hosting a two-day online auction. The online auction site will be live for 48 hours beginning on April 14, 2017 at 12:00 pm and closing on April 16, 2017 at 12:00 pm.

To be a part of the fun, visit www.akronbreadbox.com. There you can find more information, preview auction items, and, once live, place your bids. If online bidding is too exciting for an “evening on the couch”, you can also make a flat donation toward our goal. Anyone who donates or bids will receive online access to a specially curated selection of art that offers a “Taste of the Breadbox”. (Just another reason to stay home.) Please email info@watheatre.com with any questions.

So: don’t be afraid to bid– and bid often. You don’t even have to take off your pajamas.

Benjamin Rexroad & Kyle Jozsa
Co-Founders, Wandering Aesthetics

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (COMEDY)
Apr
3
6:30 pm18:30

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (COMEDY)

  • Firestone Park Branch Library

Wandering Aesthetics is delighted to announce the return of B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS!

DATE/TIME:

Monday, April 3, 2017
6:30 PM

LOCATION:

Firestone Park Branch Library
1486 Aster Ave.
Akron, OH 44301

PRICE:

FREE!!!

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Have you always wanted to start a good story only to realize you don’t have the time? Or maybe you want to feel just like a kid again and have a good story read to you? Let your imagination wander as you join Storyteller Kyle Jozsa from Wandering Aesthetics as he shares a series of short stories – radio play style – for adults only.

B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS is all about that return trip to childhood. So sit back, relax and getaway from the everyday as we read you enthralling episodes from modern and classic writers alike.

Participants should feel free to bring their sewing, knitting or crocheting projects, coloring books or other handheld fidget toys to enjoy as Kyle weaves these three tales of horror and mystery.

THEME FOR APRIL:

...Comedy...

A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift

Written in 1729, 'A Modest Proposal' is a satirical essay written and published anonymously by Jonathan Swift. The author suggests that the impoverished Irish might ease their economic burdens through a simple scheme: selling their children as fancy fare (food) to the rich.

'Through Time and Space with Ferdinand Feghoot' by Reginald Bretnor

Feghoots are a long-running series of short science fiction pieces that were published in various magazines over several decades. Each humorous Feghoot follows a fundamental formula in which the title character has to solve a problem bedeviling some manner of being or extricate himself from a dangerous situation.

'The Mouse' by H.H. Munro (Saki)

Considered one of Saki's lighter and more purely humorous stories, 'The Mouse' is about a socially awkward man and his difficulties in dealing with a mouse climbing up the leg of his pants...

TO REGISTER:

Hi-Fructose Storytelling with Wandering Aesthetics
Mar
30
6:30 pm18:30

Hi-Fructose Storytelling with Wandering Aesthetics

  • Akron Art Museum

***FREE, but registration is requested***

A picture is worth a thousand words… So just imagine the stories the work of artists like Mark Ryden and Wayne White of the Hi-Fructose collection can inspire. Hone your verbal or written storytelling skills in this workshop fueled by the artwork inside Turn the Page.

Guided by Storyteller Kyle Jozsa of Wandering Aesthetics, participants will discover the process of storytelling: from inspiration to creation. Whether quirky, fantastic or real, you’ll leave the class ready to put pen to paper and further develop your finished story or spoken word piece.

Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret 28: Days Later
Mar
25
Mar 26

Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret 28: Days Later

  • Aqueduct Brewing

$5 cover charge or pay-what-you-can at the door. Audience members can pay their covers and artists can pre-register for a performance slot online at watheatre.com/epcooker or via phone at 330.612.3090.



ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO:

The Electric Pressure Cooker… presents Bigger than a Breadbox is one of the 27 winners of the of the 2015 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge Akron. Bigger Than A Breadbox needs to raise $75,000 in matching funds - $37,500 (which we're quickly approaching) over the next 2 months!

For more information (including the up-to-date funds raised) visit watheatre.com/btab or email watheatre@gmail.com.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

The AWARD-WINNING Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret is returning to a popular Akron hot spot – Aqueduct Brewing – for another month of "ANYTHING GOES" entertainment!

Through humble beginnings in the basement of a Highland Square flower shop, the #EPCooker is an artist driven event that sees over 100 audience members, 20+ performances and 6 non-stop hours of art.

Doors open and registration for performers begins at 7:00 pm. Performances begin between 8:00 - 8:30 pm. Anyone may sign up for a 12-minute slot. Performers may pre-register at watheatre.com/epcooker.

An emcee, house drum kit, keyboard and sound system (with operators) are provided. This month's emcees: Dynamic Duo Cody Stanley & Ryan Dyke.

ALL varieties of acts are encouraged to perform. Previous acts have included: monologues, acoustic musicians, comedians, feats of strength, play readings, experimental art, dancers, scenes from plays, improvisation, devised work, full rock bands and performance artists. But the sky is the limit; no art is too taboo for the #EPCooker!

ALL levels – from beginner to the most experienced – are encouraged to perform. Those under 18 are permitted to attend (and perform!) with adult supervision.

The #EPCooker is not just an Open Mic. It is an open and welcoming community of artists. It is also a great networking event, a great place to improve stage presence and a great place to develop as an artist. Storyteller Kyle Jozsa, Comedian Sarah Jones, Just Go With It Improv, Copper Pennies and many other acts premiered at the #EPCooker.

Aqueduct Brewing has a quality selection of craft beer, cider and food available for sale. Outside beverages are not permitted. Outside food is allowed.

ABOUT THE EMCEES:

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: Transformation)
Mar
22
7:00 pm19:00

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: Transformation)

  • Jilly's Music Room

This Full Circle Storytelling event is held in conjunction with WORLD STORYTELLING DAY.

FREE and OPEN to the public, Full Circle Storytelling events revolve around a prompt and the idea: everyone has a story. Sign up to tell a true story related to the evening’s prompt or just come to enjoy the show! (No experience necessary.) Co-hosted by Wandering Aesthetics, Jilly's Music Room and The Akronist this intimate evening of storytelling will conjure the spirit of community.

***Hosted by: Meghan Meeker
***Live music will be provided by: Zach Freidhof

Registration is encouraged (especially for storytellers), but not required. To register or for more information, please fill out the form below or email info@watheatre.com.

Prompt: TRANSFORMATION

MISSION STATEMENT:

Full Circle is an open mic for storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.

ABOUT WORLD STORYTELLING DAY:

Started in Sweden, World Storytelling Day is a global celebration of the art of oral storytelling. Each year on or near the March equinox, communities gather together to celebrate storytellers and stories. Participants share with each other, gaining insight, building relationships, and inspiring all who listen.

VIDEO ARCHIVE:

We are creating a video and audio archive of stories from residents of the Greater Akron area. This archive may be used by students, journalists, researchers, artists, etc. for purposes beyond Full Circle Storytelling events. Participants at our live events are not required to have their stories recorded for our archive. Sometimes the magic is only for those in the room.

REGISTER:

Name *
Name
B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (THE AUTUMN OF THE PATRIARCH)
Mar
20
6:30 pm18:30

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (THE AUTUMN OF THE PATRIARCH)

  • Goodyear Heights

Wandering Aesthetics is delighted to announce the return of B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS!

DATE/TIME:

Monday, March 20, 2017
6:30 PM

LOCATION:

Goodyear Branch Library
60 Goodyear Blvd.
Akron, OH 44305

PRICE:

FREE!!!

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Have you always wanted to start a good story only to realize you don’t have the time? Or maybe you want to feel just like a kid again and have a good story read to you? Let your imagination wander as you join Storyteller Kyle Jozsa from Wandering Aesthetics as he shares a series of short stories – radio play style – for adults only.

B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS is all about that return trip to childhood. So sit back, relax and getaway from the everyday as we read you enthralling episodes from modern and classic writers alike.

Participants should feel free to bring their sewing, knitting or crocheting projects, coloring books or other handheld fidget toys to enjoy as Kyle weaves these three tales of horror and mystery.

STORY FOR MARCH:

The Autumn of the Patriarch by Gabriel García Márquez

Considered a "poem on the solitude of power" and featuring Márquez's unique voice, this story is one of six sections from Gabriel García Márquez's The Autumn of the Patriarch.

Based on real-life autocrats in the Caribbean, The Autumn of the Patriarch tells the story of a fictional dictator who conveys to the reader his desperation and loneliness while also detailing some of the atrocities and ruthless behavior that keeps him in power.

TO REGISTER:

A TOAST To Akron (A Bigger Than A Breadbox Event)
Mar
3
7:00 pm19:00

A TOAST To Akron (A Bigger Than A Breadbox Event)

  • Aqueduct Brewing

Taste test two (2) Bigger Than A Breadbox Brews as part of Rubber City Sound's "Open Mic Night" at Aqueduct Brewing. Sample a 2 ounce "shot" or two available for $1.00 each and help us choose between these brand new beers inspired by Wandering Aesthetics' upcoming Bigger Than A Breadbox.

DATE & TIME:

Friday, March 3rd from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

LOCATION:

Aqueduct Brewing
529 Grant St #106
Akron, OH 44311

COST:

The event is FREE!!!
($1.00 each for a 2 ounce "shot")

ABOUT:

Community, conversation and craft beer!

Help Wandering Aesthetics choose the official Bigger Than A Breadbox Brew by deciding between two brand new craft beers brewed by Aqueduct Brewing. Drink and be merry as Rubber City Sound hosts their bi-monthly open mic.

ABOUT RUBBER CITY SOUND'S 'OPEN MIC NIGHT':

Join Rubber City Sound every first and third Friday of the month at Aqueduct Brewing in Downtown Akron for the "Open Mic Night". Rubber City Sound provides the sound system, guitars, and drums and YOU provide the entertainment. All talents (and talent levels) are welcome! Swing by and enjoy a delicious craft beer or two in this highly relaxed and artistic atmosphere.

Performer's Tool Box: DO NOT BE DISMISSED
Feb
25
1:00 pm13:00

Performer's Tool Box: DO NOT BE DISMISSED

  • Summit Artspace

The Performer's Tool Box is back! This monthly series of one-off workshops kicks off with DO NOT BE DISMISSED: an investigation into presence and energy on stage.

DATE & TIME:

Saturday, February 25th from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

LOCATION:

Summit Artspace
Second Floor Event Space
140 E Market St.
Akron, OH 44308

WORKSHOP FEE:

$10 (or Pay-What-You-Can)

ABOUT:

The Performer's Tool Box is a monthly series of one-off workshops designed for performers – of all genres and experience levels – to enhance their onstage presence, work through stage fright, brush up on invaluable performance skills and practice in front of an audience.

Each session is designed as a “one-off” workshop geared to nurture onstage success.

TOPIC: Do Not Be Dismissed: Presence and Energy in Performance


For more information, please email info@watheatre.com or call Instructor Kyle Jozsa at 330.612.3090.

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: The Great Outdoors)
Feb
22
7:00 pm19:00

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: The Great Outdoors)

  • Jilly's Music Room

This Full Circle Storytelling event is FREE.

Open to the public, Full Circle Storytelling events revolve around a prompt and the idea: everyone has a story. Sign up to tell a true story related to the evening’s theme or just come to enjoy the show! (No experience necessary.) Co-hosted by Wandering Aesthetics, Jilly's Music Room and The Akronist this intimate evening of storytelling will conjure the spirit of community.

***Hosted by: Cristina González Alcalá
***Live music will be provided by: Ben Gravatt

Registration is encouraged (especially for storytellers), but not required. To register or for more information, please visit www.watheatre.com/fullcircle or benjamin@akronist.com.

Prompt: THE GREAT OUTDOORS

MISSION STATEMENT:

Full Circle is an open mic for storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.

VIDEO ARCHIVE:

We are creating a video and audio archive of stories from residents of the Greater Akron area. This archive may be used by students, journalists, researchers, artists, etc. for purposes beyond Full Circle Storytelling events. Participants at our live events are not required to have their stories recorded for our archive. Sometimes the magic is only for those in the room.

REGISTER:

Name *
Name
Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret 27: #EPCooker Cubed
Jan
28
Jan 29

Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret 27: #EPCooker Cubed

  • The Rialto Theatre

$5 cover charge or pay-what-you-can at the door. Audience members can pay their covers and artists can pre-register for a performance slot online at watheatre.com/epcooker or via phone at 330.612.3090.

ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO:

The Electric Pressure Cooker… presents Bigger than a Breadbox is one of the 27 winners of the of the 2015 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge Akron. Bigger Than A Breadbox needs to raise $75,000 in matching funds - $37,500 (which we're quickly approaching) over the next 6 months!

For more information (including the up-to-date funds raised) visit watheatre.com/btab or email watheatre@gmail.com.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

The AWARD-WINNING Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret is back ON THE ROAD at the historic Rialto Theatre in Kenmore for another month of "ANYTHING GOES" fun!

Through humble beginnings in the basement of a Highland Square flower shop, the #EPCooker is an artist driven event that sees over 100 audience members, 20+ performances and 6 non-stop hours of art.

Doors open and registration for performers begins at 7:00 pm. Performances begin between 8:00 - 8:30 pm. Anyone may sign up for a 12-minute slot. Performers may pre-register at watheatre.com/epcooker.

An emcee, house drum kit, keyboard and sound system (with operators) are provided. This month's emcee: Performer Rosilyn Jentner Cicora.

ALL varieties of acts are encouraged to perform. Previous acts have included: monologues, acoustic musicians, comedians, feats of strength, play readings, experimental art, dancers, scenes from plays, improvisation, devised work, full rock bands and performance artists. But the sky is the limit; no art is too taboo for the #EPCooker!

ALL levels – from beginner to the most experienced – are encouraged to perform. Those under 18 are permitted to attend (and perform!) with adult supervision.

The #EPCooker is not just an Open Mic. It is an open and welcoming community of artists. It is also a great networking event, a great place to improve stage presence and a great place to develop as an artist. Storyteller Kyle Jozsa, Comedian Sarah Jones, Just Go With It Improv, Copper Pennies and many other acts premiered at the #EPCooker.

The Rialto Theatre will be selling pizza by the slice and has a full bar available. Food and alcohol are permitted in the theatre.

ABOUT THE EMCEE:

Rosilyn Jentner Cicora...

Wiggle, Giggle, Jiggle Improv with Wandering Aesthetics
Jan
26
6:30 pm18:30

Wiggle, Giggle, Jiggle Improv with Wandering Aesthetics

  • Akron Art Museum

Lookout there’s a giant red blob attacking the museum!!!

Learn the basics of improvisation with theatre experts, Wandering Aesthetics, as they lead a series of fun, creative and interactive exercises using Jimmy Keuhnle’s Wiggle, Giggle, Jiggle sculpture. Through these engaging activities, participants will open their imagination, build listening and communication skills, heighten awareness and learn about the importance of being more playful, flexible and spontaneous.

$15 for members and $20 for non-members.
Registration required at akronartmuseum.org/eventregistration.

Become a member to get discounted registration for this and other Akron Art Museum programs, and support art in your community: http://bit.ly/1OOKXmS

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: Comfort Zone)
Jan
25
7:00 pm19:00

Full Circle Storytelling, Vol. 2 (Prompt: Comfort Zone)

  • Jilly's Music Room

This Full Circle Storytelling event is FREE.

Open to the public, Full Circle Storytelling events revolve around a prompt and the idea: everyone has a story. Sign up to tell a true story related to the evening’s theme or just come to enjoy the show! (No experience necessary.) Co-hosted by Wandering Aesthetics, Jilly's Music Room and The Akronist this intimate evening of storytelling will conjure the spirit of community.

***Emcee & DJ: AaRron Epps

***Poetry provided by: Steve Brightman & Theresa Göttl Brightman!

Registration is encouraged (especially for storytellers), but not required. To register or for more information, please visit www.watheatre.com/fullcircle or benjamin@akronist.com.

Prompt: COMFORT ZONE

MISSION STATEMENT:

Full Circle is an open mic for storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.

VIDEO ARCHIVE:

We are creating a video and audio archive of stories from residents of the Greater Akron area. This archive may be used by students, journalists, researchers, artists, etc. for purposes beyond Full Circle Storytelling events. Participants at our live events are not required to have their stories recorded for our archive. Sometimes the magic is only for those in the room.

REGISTER:

Name *
Name
Full Circle Storytelling (Prompt: FAMILY CELEBRATIONS)
Dec
28
7:00 pm19:00

Full Circle Storytelling (Prompt: FAMILY CELEBRATIONS)

  • Jilly's Music Room

This Full Circle Storytelling event is FREE.

Open to the public, Full Circle Storytelling events revolve around a theme and the idea: everyone has a story. Sign up to tell a true story related to the evening’s theme or just come to enjoy the show! (No experience necessary.) Co-hosted by Wandering Aesthetics, Jilly's Music Room and The Akronist this intimate evening of storytelling will conjure the spirit of community.

***Hosted by Chris Horne of The Devil Strip

***Special Performance by: Kaj Beeler


***Live music will be provided by: Josephine Marie Music (as seen at the #EPCooker)

Registration is encouraged (especially for storytellers), but not required. To register or for more information, please visit www.watheatre.com/FullCircle or email benjamin@akronist.com.

Prompt: FAMILY CELEBRATIONS

MISSION STATEMENT:

Full Circle is an open mic for storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.

VIDEO ARCHIVE:

We are creating a video and audio archive of stories from residents of the Greater Akron area. This archive may be used by students, journalists, researchers, artists, etc. for purposes beyond Full Circle Storytelling events. Participants at our live events are not required to have their stories recorded for our archive. Sometimes the magic is only for those in the room.

REGISTER:

While not required, registration prior to the event is encouraged. Register below:

Name *
Name
Full Circle Storytelling (Prompt: TASTE OF HOME)
Nov
30
7:00 pm19:00

Full Circle Storytelling (Prompt: TASTE OF HOME)

  • Jilly's Music Room

This Full Circle Storytelling event is FREE.

Open to the public, Full Circle Storytelling events revolve around a theme and the idea: everyone has a story. Sign up to tell a true story related to the evening’s theme or just come to enjoy the show! (No experience necessary.) Co-hosted by Wandering Aesthetics, Jilly's Music Room and The Akronist this intimate evening of storytelling will conjure the spirit of community.

***Hosted by: Actor Dean Coutris

***Live music will be provided by: Chris Miller of The Akronist

Registration is encouraged (especially for storytellers), but not required. To register or for more information, please visit www.watheatre.com/FullCircle or email benjamin@akronist.com.

Prompt: TASTE OF HOME

MISSION STATEMENT:

Full Circle is an open mic for storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.

VIDEO ARCHIVE:

We are creating a video and audio archive of stories from residents of the Greater Akron area. This archive may be used by students, journalists, researchers, artists, etc. for purposes beyond Full Circle Storytelling events. Participants at our live events are not required to have their stories recorded for our archive. Sometimes the magic is only for those in the room.

REGISTER:

While not required, registration prior to the event is encouraged. Register below:

Name *
Name
Electric Pressure Cooker 26: 26x26
Nov
26
Nov 27

Electric Pressure Cooker 26: 26x26

  • Pub Bricco

$5 cover charge or pay-what-you-can at the door. Audience members can pay their covers and artists can pre-register for a performance slot online at watheatre.com/epcooker or via phone at 330.612.3090.



ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO:

The Electric Pressure Cooker… presents Bigger than a Breadbox is one of the 27 winners for the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge Akron. Bigger Than A Breadbox needs to raise $75,000 in matching funds - $37,500 over the next 8 months!

For more information (including the up-to-date funds raised) visit watheatre.com/btab or email watheatre@gmail.com.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

The AWARD-WINNING Electric Pressure Cooker Cabaret is back at the chic Pub Bricco for another month of "ANYTHING GOES" fun!

Through humble beginnings in the basement of a flower shop, the #EPCooker is an artist driven event that sees over 100 audience members, 20+ performances and 6 non-stop hours of art.

Registration for performers begins at 7:30 pm. Performances begin between 8:00 - 8:30 pm. Anyone may sign up for a 12-minute slot. Performers may pre-register at watheatre.com/epcooker.

An emcee, house drum kit, keyboard and sound system (with operators) are provided. This month's emcee: Musician Jeff Klemm

ALL varieties of acts are encouraged to perform. Previous acts have included: monologues, acoustic musicians, play readings, comedians, experimental art, dancers, scenes from plays, improv, devised work, full rock bands and performance artists. But the sky is the limit; no art is too taboo for the #EPCooker!

ALL levels – from beginner to the most experienced – are encouraged to perform. Those under 18 are permitted to attend (and perform!) with adult supervision.

The #EPCooker is not just an Open Mic. It is an open and welcoming community of artists. It is also a great networking event, a great place to improve stage presence and a great place to develop as an artist. Storyteller Kyle Jozsa, Comedian Sarah Jones, Just Go With It Improv, Copper Pennies and many other acts premiered at the #EPCooker.

Pub Bricco has a full bar and a wide selection of food. Food and alcohol are permitted in the theatre.

ABOUT THE EMCEE:

Dubbed the "Hardest Working Man In Akron Show Business" American singer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and sound engineer, Jeff Klemm, based out of Northeast Ohio, best known for his work as Maid Myriad's frontman and guitarist in the now defunct Via Lotus. His newest solo endeavor showcases his craft of songwriting and versatility playing all the instruments in the studio while performing live with JEFF KLEMM & THE LETTERS.

Klemm has performed his music throughout the country many times, embarking on several national full band and solo acoustic tours averaging out to around 100 shows a year since 2012. His accomplished work as a sound engineer has been showcased prominently in national venues and mainstream radio stations.

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (HUMOR/FANTASY)
Nov
1
6:30 pm18:30

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (HUMOR/FANTASY)

  • Firestone Park Branch Library

Wandering Aesthetics is thrilled to announce the third B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS!

DATE/TIME:

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
6:30 PM

LOCATION:

Firestone Park Branch Library
1486 Aster Ave.
Akron, OH 44301

PRICE:

FREE!!!

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Have you always wanted to start a good story only to realize you don’t have the time? Or maybe you want to feel just like a kid again and have a good story read to you? Let your imagination wander as you join Storyteller Kyle Jozsa from Wandering Aesthetics as he shares a series of short stories – radio play style – for adults only.

B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS is all about that return trip to childhood. So sit back, relax and getaway from the everyday as we read you enthralling episodes from modern and classic writers alike.

Participants should feel free to bring their sewing, knitting or crocheting projects, coloring books or other handheld fidget toys to enjoy as Kyle weaves these three tales of horror and mystery.

THEME FOR NOVEMBER:

...HUMOR/FANTASY...

A Dog's Tale by Mark Twain

Told from the standpoint of a loyal household pet, A Dog's Tale recounts one dog's journey from pup to pet to hero to parent.

In a Grove by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa

An early modernist short story, In a Grove tells of the murder of a young samurai named Kanazawa no Takehiro. Told from three unique perspectives, each section both clarifies and muddles the reader's understanding of the events surrounding and subsequent murder.

TO REGISTER:

Please REGISTER for this program by filling out the form at http://www.watheatre.com/b4bed/ or by calling Firestone Park Branch Library at (330)724-2126.

Full Circle Storytelling (Prompt: GHOSTS OF THE PAST)
Oct
26
7:00 pm19:00

Full Circle Storytelling (Prompt: GHOSTS OF THE PAST)

  • Jilly's Music Room

This Full Circle Storytelling event is FREE.

Open to the public, Full Circle Storytelling events revolve around a prompt and the idea: everyone has a story. Sign up to tell a true story related to the evening’s prompt or just come to enjoy the show! (No experience necessary.) Co-hosted by Wandering Aesthetics, Jilly's Music Room and The Akronist this intimate evening of storytelling will conjure the spirit of community.

***Live music will be provided by: Amy Heisei of Light of the Loon & Church of Starry Wisdom

***Poetry provided by: Jessica Kaisk and Aumaine Gruich of “Poetry in Akron”

Registration is encouraged (especially for storytellers), but not required. To register or for more information, please visit www.watheatre.com/FullCircle or benjamin@akronist.com.

Prompt: GHOSTS OF THE PAST

MISSION STATEMENT:

Full Circle is an open mic for storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.

VIDEO ARCHIVE:

We are creating a video and audio archive of stories from residents of the Greater Akron area. This archive may be used by students, journalists, researchers, artists, etc. for purposes beyond Full Circle Storytelling events. Participants at our live events are not required to have their stories recorded for our archive. Sometimes the magic is only for those in the room.

REGISTER:

While not required, registration prior to the event is encouraged. Register below:

Name *
Name
B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (Horror/Mystery)
Oct
24
6:30 pm18:30

B4 Bed: Stories For Adults (Horror/Mystery)

  • Goodyear Branch Library

Wandering Aesthetics is delighted to announce the second B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS!

DATE/TIME:

Monday, October 24, 2016
6:30 PM

LOCATION:

Goodyear Branch Library
60 Goodyear Blvd.
Akron, OH 44305

PRICE:

FREE!!!

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Have you always wanted to start a good story only to realize you don’t have the time? Or maybe you want to feel just like a kid again and have a good story read to you? Let your imagination wander as you join Storyteller Kyle Jozsa from Wandering Aesthetics as he shares a series of short stories – radio play style – for adults only.

B4 BED: STORIES FOR ADULTS is all about that return trip to childhood. So sit back, relax and getaway from the everyday as we read you enthralling episodes from modern and classic writers alike.

Participants should feel free to bring their sewing, knitting or crocheting projects, coloring books or other handheld fidget toys to enjoy as Kyle weaves these three tales of horror and mystery.

THEME FOR OCTOBER:

...Horror/Mystery...

The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

Described as "one of the most famous short stories in the history of American literature," The Lottery tells the story of a small fictional town which observes an annual ritual known as "the lottery."

The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe

The Cask of Amontillado, set in an unnamed Italian city at carnival time, is about a man taking fatal revenge on a friend who, he believes, has insulted him.

In The Hours Before Her Death by Michael Kardos

A terrifying account of the final hours leading up to the end of life as we (or she) knows it.

TO REGISTER:

Please REGISTER for this program by filling out the form at http://www.watheatre.com/b4bed/ or by calling Firestone Park Branch Library at (330)724-2126.

Tails From The Witch's Cauldron
Oct
22
7:30 pm19:30

Tails From The Witch's Cauldron

  • SageRock

Tails from the Witch’s Cauldron features Wandering Aesthetics’ bloodiest, sexiest stories yet! These three madcap tales of magic, mystery and maidens are sure to enchant audiences, leaving them spellbound with laughter, horror or both. (Okay. There really aren’t “maidens” in these stories, but hags ruined the alliteration.)

Come discover what left audiences in Kent breathless...

WITH:

Nici Romo (from Stow, Ohio)
And Wandering Aesthetics’ own Kyle Jozsa (from Akron, Ohio)
Directed by: Benjamin Rexroad (from Portage Lakes)

Just make sure to get home before the witching hour.

Sponsored by NORKA Beverage

**This is performance probably isn’t suitable for children. But that’s not our call…

PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES:

Friday, October 21st @ 7:30 PM
Friday, October 21st @ 10:00 PM
Saturday, October 22nd @ 7:30 PM

LOCATION:

SageRock
15 Broad St.
Akron, OH 44305

TICKETS:

Tickets are $15 per person and are available online at www.watheatre.com/boxoffice.
Reservations can also be made by calling 330.612.3090
Tickets will be available at the door – but seating is limited so pre-orders are recommended.
For more information please email info@watheatre.com

Tails From The Witch's Cauldron
Oct
21
7:30 pm19:30

Tails From The Witch's Cauldron

  • SageRock

Tails from the Witch’s Cauldron features Wandering Aesthetics’ bloodiest, sexiest stories yet! These three madcap tales of magic, mystery and maidens are sure to enchant audiences, leaving them spellbound with laughter, horror or both. (Okay. There really aren’t “maidens” in these stories, but hags ruined the alliteration.)

Come discover what left audiences in Kent breathless...

WITH:

Nici Romo (from Stow, Ohio)
And Wandering Aesthetics’ own Kyle Jozsa (from Akron, Ohio)
Directed by: Benjamin Rexroad (from Portage Lakes)

Just make sure to get home before the witching hour.

Sponsored by NORKA Beverage

**This is performance probably isn’t suitable for children. But that’s not our call…

PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES:

Friday, October 21st @ 7:30 PM
Friday, October 21st @ 10:00 PM
Saturday, October 22nd @ 7:30 PM

LOCATION:

SageRock
15 Broad St.
Akron, OH 44305

TICKETS:

Tickets are $15 per person and are available online at www.watheatre.com/boxoffice.
Reservations can also be made by calling 330.612.3090
Tickets will be available at the door – but seating is limited so pre-orders are recommended.
For more information please email info@watheatre.com

Stories of Kenmore
Oct
20
6:00 pm18:00

Stories of Kenmore

  • The Rialto Theatre

The Kenmore Neighborhood Alliance and Wandering Aesthetics are coming together for a night of food, booze and stories of Kenmore.

DATE/TIME:

Thursday, October 20, 2016
6:00 PM

LOCATION:

The Rialto Theatre
1000 Kenmore Blvd.
Akron, OH 44314

PRICE:

FREE!!!

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Grew up in Kenmore? Live there now? Come share your stories of this diasporic community.