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January 17, 2024 to January 17, 2024

Studio Theater

Suggested Donation (Free for Artist Members)



Hear from 3 artists who have been juggling this during their professional careers. Then dive in with your questions & thoughts in this interactive discussion with a network of creatives.


Lindsay Horne refuses to confine her work to one media or expression, working both onstage as a performer and off as a director, and working in sustainable fashion and glass artistry at the Chrysler Glass Studio. Her recent installation called Ley Lines is currently a part of the Shine Exhibition at the CAN’s Offsite Gallery at City Center at Oyster Point in Newport News. Lindsay credits doing improv theater at the Push Comedy Theater as the impetus that led her on the path to creative pursuits, and that her curiosity and passion has led her to her projects. At the heart of all her work is her belief that the communication between artist and audience is healing and transformative experience for all involved.
Edwin Castillo is co-founder of Core Theater Ensemble, who have produced great work all over the region. Edwin is a director, designer, and performer who has recently directed Core’s production of Macbeth and performed in the Virginia Stage production of Pride and Prejudice and Core’s production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow at the Z. Edwin has worked in Hampton Roads for years and has been successful in mounting and performing productions. What distinguishes Edwin and Core Theater Ensemble is that they answer only to themselves when it comes to the artistic direction and development of work.
Manoli Kouremetis is a playwright who just can’t help himself from dabbling in writing short stories and poetry. Manoli is thankful for the Z, who have had produced the staged reading of his first play, The Rendezvous, and the full-production premiere of his next play, Saint Irene’s. His stories and poems have been published in the Southeast Review and Upstreet and the Chautauqua Review. His latest play, The Light Underground, was featured in the Zeiders Fringe Fest this past spring.

Free with Z artist membership; $10 suggested donation for non-members

Artist Member Events: The Z Artists and local art-lovers are invited to this series of interactive workshops, Master Classes, and social hours aimed at cultivating creativity and community! Your creative spark starts here! BECOME A Z ARTIST HERE

Free with Z artist membership; $10 suggested donation for non-members.