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Three of Bloomington’s arts groups - Cardinal Stage, Bloomington Playwrights Project, and Pigasus Institute - have merged under one entity called Constellation.
The organization’s mission is to “produce world-class theater and film that impacts the national performing arts industry through new work development.” Constellation began operations July 1. It is supported by Cook Group.
Constellation’s first performance will take place Sept. 14 at The Hundredth Hill Artist Residence and Retreat. Its first performance will be The Grown-Ups, by Skylar Fox and Simon Henriques, which takes place at a summer camp from the perspective of camp counselors. This is one of six shows that will take place in Constellation’s new 2022-2023 Stage & Screen’s inaugural theatrical season.
We will discuss the merger and more about Constellation with our guests this Friday on Noon Edition.
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Chad Rabinovitz, Artistic Director of New Works for Constellation
Gabe Gloden, Managing Director for Constellation
Holly Warren, Assistant Director for the Arts for the City of Bloomington