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13th of June 2019

Actor Spotlight: Eli Lewis

ArtStream’s Interview with Eli Lewis – Silver Spring Company A Eli has been acting for most of his life. After years with Imagination Stage, Eli started at ArtStream because he knew many of the founders through the Down Syndrome Network of Montgomery County. His life dream is to become a director. ArtStream: What is your…


11th of September 2017

Shops and Robbers and Aloha, Eh?

First, in “Shops and Robbers,” good people turning to crime, a mystery to solve, and a whole grocery store full of puns. After that, a wacky Canadian baseball team trades the great white north for tropical Hawaii in “Aloha, Eh?”


Shops and Robbers and Aloha, Eh? (post-show talk back)

First, in “Shops and Robbers,” good people turning to crime, a mystery to solve, and a whole grocery store full of puns. After that, a wacky Canadian baseball team trades the great white north for tropical Hawaii in “Aloha, Eh?”


Shops and Robbers and Aloha, Eh?

First, in “Shops and Robbers,” good people turning to crime, a mystery to solve, and a whole grocery store full of puns. After that, a wacky Canadian baseball team trades the great white north for tropical Hawaii in “Aloha, Eh?”


Shops and Robbers and Aloha, Eh?

First, in “Shops and Robbers,” good people turning to crime, a mystery to solve, and a whole grocery store full of puns. After that, a wacky Canadian baseball team trades the great white north for tropical Hawaii in “Aloha, Eh?”


Shops and Robbers and Aloha, Eh? (sign-interpreted)

First, in “Shops and Robbers,” good people turning to crime, a mystery to solve, and a whole grocery store full of puns. After that, a wacky Canadian baseball team trades the great white north for tropical Hawaii in “Aloha, Eh?”


Shops and Robbers and Aloha, Eh?

First, in “Shops and Robbers,” good people turning to crime, a mystery to solve, and a whole grocery store full of puns. After that, a wacky Canadian baseball team trades the great white north for tropical Hawaii in “Aloha, Eh?”


26th of April 2012

Everyone Is a Star

Read The Gazette’s profile on inclusive theatre and ArtStream actor Brian Blumenrich. “Everyone is a star at ArtStream“ “Last year, Brian Blumenrich’s on stage character provided some comic relief, but this year he knew he wanted to be a little bad.”– Cody Calamaio, The Gazette Please join us for The Curious Dream and Back to…