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Virtual Content


On Thursday, July 9 at 8pm (EST), join the virtual premiere and panel discussion of a feature documentary on Olympia Dukakis – sister of ANW’s Resident Artist Apollo Dukakis. Olympia offers a personal portrait of the Oscar-winning actress and her long stage and screen career, and features interviews with Laura Linney, Diane Ladd, Whoopi Goldberg, Ed Asner, Armistead Maupin, and Michael Dukakis.



Are you feeling the theatrical void? Do you want to hear from your favorite artists? You get your chance with our virtual Fridays @ Five series! To kick off your weekend, we will be bringing you content virtually every Friday at 5pm. So mix your favorite cocktail, crack open your favorite brew, or stir up a killer mocktail, because your work-from-home week is finally done.

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Q&A With Alice in Wonderland Cast

Watch a virtual panel with the cast of Alice in Wonderland as they talk about the show. Plunge down the rabbit hole to discover how these artists approach their craft as well as Lewis Carroll’s topsy-turvy world!

Noise Now – Re-imagining Classics

What defines a classic? Why do we revisit them time and time again? What new, cultural lenses can we apply to these ancient stories? Join Director of Cultural Programming Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx and Noise Now artists as they discuss what goes into adapting classics for modern and diverse audiences.

Panelists include Elmira Rahim (Élan Ensemble), Karole Foreman (The Signal Hill Sandbox), Shivani Thakkar (MKM Bollystars), and Shalini Bathina (MKM Bollystars).

Q&A With ANW Resident Artists

Meet the ANW family! Have a virtual chat with our Resident Artists – our faithful theatre troupe whose faces you see in almost every production.

Q&A With The Winter’s Tale Cast

Watch a virtual panel with the director and the cast of The Winter’s Tale as they take a retrospective look at the show. Whether you saw the play or not, this live streamed Q&A will give you a chance to pick their creative brains for how they approach their work in Shakespeare – and beyond!