We feel incredibly grateful to all who joined us recently for the opening of three new exhibitions that bring life, nature, and opportunities for wonder, connection, and playfulness into our galleries just as darker, colder days creep in. As you adjust to falling back, we invite you to stop in to check them out.

Coming soon to the McDonnell Theater stage are three talented culturally diverse theatre-makers who bring stories that can help us learn about and appreciate perspectives and experiences different from our own, yet that feel instantly relatable.

Please join us as ArtYard Playwright Fellow TyLie Shider stages a humorous new play about the transformational power of salons, Camden Repertory Theater’s Desi Shelton takes us inside what it’s like to be a single mom stuck in a broken system performed for the first time outside Camden, and international theatre troupe Creative People for Peace take us on a poetic voyage into Turkish Kurdistan to examine what it does to the human spirit to experience separation.

And as we count down to Ross Gay’s reading for One Book/One Frenchtown, we’re inviting residents to share their daily Frenchtown delights.

We hope to see you soon!