Mark your calendars for the Inaugural Washington Pavilion Gala. This elegant fundraising event highlights the mission of the Washington Pavilion of Arts & Science and features an outdoor social hour, special Arts Night art auction, gourmet dinner and exciting live and silent auction items featuring experience packages (sports, vacation destinations and more). The event will […]
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June 18, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The SDSF is pleased to present a professional production of Othello, adapted and directed through an Indigenous lens by Tara Moses, a citizen of Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. Othello is one of Shakespeare’s most acclaimed, most often-produced, and most controversial plays. Shakespeare takes a deeply personal dive into themes of love, trust, prejudice, marriage, and honor. The play has fascinated artists and audiences for centuries in part due to its dual lead roles: Othello, the first sympathetic and three-dimensional black character written in Western drama, and Iago, the deliciously evil villain you love to hate. Othello will be performed in Vermillion’s Prentis Park, June 16 – 19, 2022, and streamed for free online June 23 – 26.