Beautiful culture builds strong community.
And strong community builds beautiful culture.
We are a nonprofit promoting the development of healthy communities through artistic collaboration, telling truthful narratives with positive impact.
I spoke to an 88-year-old man recently who said he’s never seen anything like this in his lifetime. Every aspect of life looks a bit different in 2020 than in the preceding years, especially in the performing arts. Brevity is proud of the way we bring people together, and we’re all grieving this new lack of connection in our own ways. This spring and summer have provided a time of rest for our team as we’ve waited to see how things play out. We love creating together, and we love sharing music and stories with our audience. As we start creating together this fall, we will have a new challenge: protecting the health of our team and audience. We will be taking whatever precautions are necessary to create a safe, healthy environment as we begin our production schedule this fall. Please be patient with us as we adjust to the new situation, and please support us as we face these new challenges and develop creative new ways to build beautiful community and culture in a time when that is especially difficult.
Daniel Flavin, CEO of Brevity Art
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Theater is impossible without community – the tension, conflict, and diversity combine to create harmony and coherence somehow. The final product always represents an entire community rather than an individual.
When people sing together, their heartbeats start to sync – beating as one. The world needs more united heartbeats, and song has been used for generations to pass down community values and stories.
Brevity partners with and supports local artists or communities so we can practice what we preach and be a part of building beautiful culture together. We also want to find new ways to empower art and benefit our communities.
There’s a lot happening around here. Come be a part of it.
Tickets available now for October 29, 30, 31 and November 5, 6, and 7 at 7:00pm