UPCOMING EVENTS

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ARTWORKS@THEDJD 2024-2025 SERIES

Announcing the 2024-2025 ArtWorks@TheDJD Series! 

Don’t miss the award-winning musical, theatrical, creative, and magical events coming to the DJD Theater at Alabama School of Fine Arts!

Secure your tickets for you, your family & friends while they last! Check out our upcoming shows this season: 

Alabama School Of Fine Arts Events

See theatrical, dance, and musical performances by the talented students of Alabama School of Fine Arts!

ASFA Theatre Arts is proud to present the Short-Attention-Span Shakespeare Festival. Two classic plays in one show! 

Each play runs 80 minutes (give or take) with all the beauty, all the drama, and all the comedy (well, the big stuff). Between shows there will be an extended break where audience members are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch or purchase a snack basket. Each Performance consists of both plays and 30 minute Intermission.

Saturday, Feb 24: Richard III @ 5:00pm & Midsummer @ 7:00pm
Sunday, Feb 25: Richard III@ 2pm & Midsummer @ 4pm

Total Event time 3.5 hrs. One Ticket is Valid for both shows.
(You may see the shows on different days if you prefer)

Tickets: Adults $15 | Students $8

ASFA Dance Department Presents: Senior Choreography 2024

Six Seniors present their final choreography project, always an ASFA Dance favorite.

Sat March 2, 2024 7:00 pm
Sun March 3, 2024 2:30 pm

Adults $15 | Student $8 | Children (2 & up) $8

ASFA Theatre Department Presents: Brainstorm

The ASFA Theatre Department Presents: “Brainstorm” by Ned Glasier, Emily Lim and Company Three (Originally presented at the National Theatre of London). Brainstorm is a unique theatrical investigation into how teenagers’ brains work, and why they’re designed by evolution to be the way they are.

Inside every adolescent brain, 86 billion neurons connect and collide to produce the most frustration, chaotic and exhilarating changes that happen in human bodies. Created in collaboration with neuroscientists Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Dr. Kate Mills, the play is a blueprint for a company to create and perform by drawing directly on their personal experiences.

“…a very cunningly put-together piece, drawing with unflinching honesty on material excavated from the young people’s own lives …and capturing the hormonal rush and wild mood swings of teenage existence.

…the real beauty of this memorable show is that it’s not just all about them-it’s definitely about us too.” – The Guardian (UK).
Directed by David Strickland

Fri March 15, 2024 7:00 pm
Sat March 16, 2024 7:00 pm
Sun March 17, 2024 2:30 pm

Adults $15 | Student $8 | Children (2 & up) $8

ASFA Music Department Presents: Jazz Concert

See the ASFA Music Department perform an unforgettable Jazz Concert featuring the ASFA Jazz Ensemble, Concerto Delle Donna and our new mixed voice ensemble.

Fri April 19, 2024 7:00 pm

Adults $15 | Student $8 | Children (2 & up) $8

ASFA Dance Department Presents: Spring Repertory 2024

The finale to ASFA Dance season will include works by Sara Sanford, Margi Cole, Germaul Barnes and others to be announced. Swan Lake excepts staged by Shawn Black will round out this exciting program of dance.

Sat May 4, 2024 7:00 pm
Sun May 5, 2024 2:30 pm

Adults $15 | Student $8 | Children (2 & up) $8

ASFA Music & Theatre Departments Present: Classic Broadway in Concert!

A night of the great Broadway music performed by the future Birmingham stars of tomorrow! The ASFA Department of Music and Theatre have teamed up to bring you a night of great music and song. Live orchestra, under the direction of ASFA Chair, Alex Fokkens in the beautiful Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre.

Fri May 10, 2024 6:30 pm

Adult $15 | Student/Child 2 & Up $8

Community Partner Events

Note: These events are NOT part of the ArtWorks@TheDJD Performance Series.

Alabama Ballet Presents An Evening of Twyla Tharp

Alabama Ballet presents a mixed-repertoire performance of two iconic pieces by legendary choreographer Twyla Tharp. Baker’s Dozen embodies this sense of economy and integration, which is closely tied to Tharp’s Indiana Quaker roots. The movement expresses harmony, playfulness, and easy virtuosity. Nine Sinatra Songs presents a glamourous portrait of seven couples that traces the arc of romantic relationships. The dancers swing, swirl, tango and cha-cha through a glittering ballroom.

APR 5 – APRIL 7, 2024

Reserved Seating $45 to $55

Alabama Ballet Presents Bonnie & Clyde

Follow the historically significant story of the two most beloved bank robbers in U.S. history as Alabama Ballet takes you on Bonnie and Clyde’s journey leading to their demise on May 23, 1934. VanFleteren’s clever use of music, both classical and popular from the 1930’s era, brings a modern freshness to the chronicled tale.

MAY 31 – JUNE 2, 2024

Reserved Seating $45 to $55

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