Tuesday, June 4, 2019

FREE Outdoor Theatre this Thursday & Saturday

Join us for FREE OUTDOOR THEATRE!

Luna Stage presents eight original scenes and songs, uniquely inspired by real locations and people from the City of Orange.

Come celebrate Orange Week with us as we perform these plays in some of the places that inspired them:

Thursday, June 6 | 11:30 AM at John’s Market, 100 S. Essex Ave.
Saturday, June 8th | 11:30 AM at Orange Public Library, 348 Main St.
Saturday June 8th | 2:00 PM at The Artfull Bean Cafe, 400 South Jefferson St.

Different pieces will be performed at each location. See details below.
All performances are FREE. Reservations are not required.

DETAILS

Written by Turron Kofi Alleyne, Jessica F. Baskerville, Sergio Caetano, Phoebe Farber, Miranda Ferriss Jones, Kait Kerrigan, Ben Morss and Diane Polledri, directed by Ari Laura Kreith and Chris Kuiken

WHEN: Thursday, June 6 | 11:30am
WHERE: John’s Market, 100 South Essex Avenue


Described by one Yelp reviewer as “a museum of Italian American heritage in Orange that also serves food,” John’s Market is an Orange Institution. Three generations of Orange residents have turned to John’s for delicious food and good company. Come for lunch on Thursday, and enjoy performances based on the culturally rich stories of John’s devoted patrons.

WHEN: Saturday, June 8 | 11:30 am
WHERE: Orange Public Library, 348 Main Street

The City of Orange will be celebrating its culture and history at the Orange Week Block Party on Main Street. Luna will join in the fun with a series of short plays and songs inspired by local characters and stories. The adventure begins on the steps of the Orange Public Library at 11:30 AM, and continues in multiple locations off the beaten path.

Stop by the Luna Stage table at the Block Party starting at 11:00 AM to pick up a schedule of events and learn more about Luna’s offerings for youth and adults.


WHEN: Saturday, June 8 | 2:00 pm
WHERE: Artfull Bean, 400 South Jefferson Street

On Saturday June 8, the Artfull Bean Cafe will close its doors for good. Before that happens, Luna Stage will share stories and songs to celebrate the experiences the Valley Arts community has shared in this local hub.