Schedule - Past

Oil Lamp Theater
Glenview, Illinois
Friday, 23 June 2017 - 8:00 PM
Takesha Meshe Kizart appears in the Role of Megan Spencer
Family and Consumer Science Teacher – wife and mother of two – whose enthusiasm for her job is strained by anxiety that, as the school’s “Home Ec” teacher, her position might be considered expendable and therefore an easy target if cuts are made.

Written by Teri Folz
Director: Keith Gerth
Assistant Director: Steve Smith
Stage Manager: Lara Caprini

Emily, English Teacher: Morgan Dixon
Student Four: Emily Dyer
Dylan, Math Teacher & Football Coach: Rob Frankel
Nick, Science Teacher: Blake Holen
Becky, Social Studies Teacher, Nicola Howard
Student One: Jayson Lee
Student Three: Emmaline Skillicorn
Student Five: Miles Andrew Weimer
Student Two: Elizabeth Wigley

A Comedy with Class.

“Why did you become a high school teacher?” This question, posed by a journalism class to the faculty of a typical American high school, sets the scene for The Faculty Lounge, a hilarious and touching play by Kentucky playwright Teri Foltz. Foltz, herself a former secondary school teacher, takes audiences into the private inner sanctum of a high school faculty lounge where teachers relax, vent their frustrations and share their hopes, both for themselves and for their students. In a series of short scenes, five high school teachers share thoughts they would never utter in a classroom or a parent-teacher conference as they reflect on their reasons for becoming teachers. Five students also weave in and out of their stories, sometimes leaping in as memories from the past, as the teachers’ own experiences as high school students intersect with their present-day realities. As playwright Foltz once said about her former profession, “I am very serious about teaching, although I found many aspects of my career hilarious!” She also notes,”The best part of teaching for me was always the students. My head is crowded with faces and voices of young people who made me laugh, cry and think.” The Faculty Lounge gives us all a chance to experience the profound human connections that make up the life of a teacher — from silly to moving, from embarrassing to inspiring — and that can never be measured on a report card or a standardized test.
Presenter: Oil Lamp Theater
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Oil Lamp Theater
Glenview, Illinois
Thursday, 22 June 2017 - 8:00 PM
Takesha Meshe Kizart appears in the Role of Megan Spencer
Family and Consumer Science Teacher – wife and mother of two – whose enthusiasm for her job is strained by anxiety that, as the school’s “Home Ec” teacher, her position might be considered expendable and therefore an easy target if cuts are made.

Written by Teri Folz
Director: Keith Gerth
Assistant Director: Steve Smith
Stage Manager: Lara Caprini

Emily, English Teacher: Morgan Dixon
Student Four: Emily Dyer
Dylan, Math Teacher & Football Coach: Rob Frankel
Nick, Science Teacher: Blake Holen
Becky, Social Studies Teacher, Nicola Howard
Student One: Jayson Lee
Student Three: Emmaline Skillicorn
Student Five: Miles Andrew Weimer
Student Two: Elizabeth Wigley

A Comedy with Class.

“Why did you become a high school teacher?” This question, posed by a journalism class to the faculty of a typical American high school, sets the scene for The Faculty Lounge, a hilarious and touching play by Kentucky playwright Teri Foltz. Foltz, herself a former secondary school teacher, takes audiences into the private inner sanctum of a high school faculty lounge where teachers relax, vent their frustrations and share their hopes, both for themselves and for their students. In a series of short scenes, five high school teachers share thoughts they would never utter in a classroom or a parent-teacher conference as they reflect on their reasons for becoming teachers. Five students also weave in and out of their stories, sometimes leaping in as memories from the past, as the teachers’ own experiences as high school students intersect with their present-day realities. As playwright Foltz once said about her former profession, “I am very serious about teaching, although I found many aspects of my career hilarious!” She also notes,”The best part of teaching for me was always the students. My head is crowded with faces and voices of young people who made me laugh, cry and think.” The Faculty Lounge gives us all a chance to experience the profound human connections that make up the life of a teacher — from silly to moving, from embarrassing to inspiring — and that can never be measured on a report card or a standardized test.
Presenter: Oil Lamp Theater
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 18 June 2017 - 6:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Roles of Mercedes & Maria Luna

Written by Judy Veramendi
Music by Gerald H Bailey
Lyrics by Ruth Freer

Director: Elyse Dolan
Music Director: Tommy Pittman
Choreographer: Claudia Moreno
Stage Manager: Joaquín Gomez

Featuring: Daviel Bailon, Miriam Bigurra, Clara Byczkowski, Vanessa Garcia, Takesha Meshé Kizart, Pauleth Jauregui, and Isaias Perez

Alegrías Y Lágrimas (Happiness and Tears) is based on real life stories of immigrants and refugees. The stories are intertwined with dances and music from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras, as well as original composed music.
Presenter: Gorilla Tango Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 11 June 2017 - 6:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Roles of Mercedes & Maria Luna

Written by Judy Veramendi
Music by Gerald H Bailey
Lyrics by Ruth Freer

Director: Elyse Dolan
Music Director: Tommy Pittman
Choreographer: Claudia Moreno
Stage Manager: Joaquín Gomez

Featuring: Daviel Bailon, Miriam Bigurra, Clara Byczkowski, Vanessa Garcia, Takesha Meshé Kizart, Pauleth Jauregui, and Isaias Perez

Alegrías Y Lágrimas (Happiness and Tears) is based on real life stories of immigrants and refugees. The stories are intertwined with dances and music from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras, as well as original composed music.
Presenter: Gorilla Tango Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 4 June 2017 - 6:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Roles of Mercedes & Maria Luna

Written by Judy Veramendi
Music by Gerald H Bailey
Lyrics by Ruth Freer

Director: Elyse Dolan
Music Director: Tommy Pittman
Choreographer: Claudia Moreno
Stage Manager: Joaquín Gomez

Featuring: Daviel Bailon, Miriam Bigurra, Clara Byczkowski, Vanessa Garcia, Takesha Meshé Kizart, Pauleth Jauregui, and Isaias Perez

Alegrías Y Lágrimas (Happiness and Tears) is based on real life stories of immigrants and refugees. The stories are intertwined with dances and music from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras, as well as original composed music.
Presenter: Gorilla Tango Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 28 May 2017 - 6:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Roles of Mercedes & Maria Luna

Written by Judy Veramendi
Music by Gerald H Bailey
Lyrics by Ruth Freer

Director: Elyse Dolan
Music Director: Tommy Pittman
Choreographer: Claudia Moreno
Stage Manager: Joaquín Gomez

Featuring: Daviel Bailon, Miriam Bigurra, Clara Byczkowski, Vanessa Garcia, Takesha Meshé Kizart, Pauleth Jauregui, and Isaias Perez

Alegrías Y Lágrimas (Happiness and Tears) is based on real life stories of immigrants and refugees. The stories are intertwined with dances and music from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras, as well as original composed music.
Presenter: Gorilla Tango Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 28 May 2017 - 4:00 PM
Presenters: Clef Note Productions LLC; Immaculate Heart of Mary Church; North Shore Opera Hour
Bellini: Norma
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Donizetti: Maria Stuarda
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Glenview New Church
Glenview, Illinois
Friday, 26 May 2017 - 7:00 PM
Presenters: Clef Note Productions LLC; Glenview New Church
Bellini: Norma
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Donizetti: Maria Stuarda
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 21 May 2017 - 6:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Roles of Mercedes & Maria Luna

Written by Judy Veramendi
Music by Gerald H Bailey
Lyrics by Ruth Freer

Director: Elyse Dolan
Music Director: Tommy Pittman
Choreographer: Claudia Moreno
Stage Manager: Joaquín Gomez

Featuring: Daviel Bailon, Miriam Bigurra, Clara Byczkowski, Vanessa Garcia, Takesha Meshé Kizart, Pauleth Jauregui, and Isaias Perez

Alegrías Y Lágrimas (Happiness and Tears) is based on real life stories of immigrants and refugees. The stories are intertwined with dances and music from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras, as well as original composed music.
Presenter: Gorilla Tango Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Ebenezer Lutheran Church: Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble
Chicago, Illinois
Wednesday, 17 May 2017 - 7:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Role of Jane

The Armadillo/Iguana Bacterial Unification by John Weagly
Director: Alexander Trice
Lizbeth: Sara Geist

Join us for our 5th annual New Works Festival- where the best of Chicago Playwrights, Directors and Actors riff on a theme- taking any and all liberties.

ADDITIONALLY...

Office Hours by Dustin Whitehead
Director: Natalie Sallee
Professor: Zack Florent
Interpretor: Jillian Rafa Wesley

Always by Rachael Bykowski
Director: Anna Rachel Troy
Father: Neil O’Callaghan
Daughter: Katie Incardona

The Third and Final Meeting of the South Tampa Coral Reef Painting Committee by Harry Wood
Director: Raphael Schwartzman
Alex Garcia: Sarah Jane Patin
Elise Williams: Laura Gouin
Renee Shelton: Anna Zbilut
Sharon Amherst: Amy Johnson

Stonewall by Helen Valenta
Director: Daniel Sappington
Bobby: Christopher Young
Jack: Michael Jones
Mae: Lucien Gratteri

Not This White Woman by Adrienne Dawes
Director: Brianne Duncan Fiore
Zoe: Gabrielle Gulledge
Karen Michelle: Dina Monk
Regina: Taylor Raye

Liberal Wet Dream by Eric Duhon
Director: Benjamin Baylon
Assistant Director: Sam Kittelson
Scott Baio: Guy Wicke
Donald Trump: Josh Bomba
Melania Trump: Lexis Danca
Chef/Hillary Clinton: Amy Malcom
Mike Pence: Taylor Glowac

Artie Diaz Jackson Discovers America by John Zimmerman
Director: Zack Florent
Artie Diaz Jackson: Joaquin Rodarte

Camp Lutherhaven for Girls by Emily Terrell
Director: Erik Wagner
Veronica: Lindsey Becker
Lisa: Emma Steele
Darla: Jennifer Bradley
Tess: Keyanna Khatiblou
Sarah: Mackenzie Devlin

Burn Within Sight by Michael Fischer
Director: Aaron Arbiter
Tippytoe: Ian Maryfield
D: Gregory Winston
Porter: Conner Pickett

Dead Girls Club by Lew Wallace
Director: Chris Thoren
Go Go: Nicola Rinow
Purple: Krista Gustafson

Three Dudes in a Diner by Scott Carter Cooper
Director: Matt Super
Frank: Tony Rossi
Carl: Brian Healy
Dave: Ryan Kordana

Dreamers by Joseff Stevenson
Director: Esteban Arevalo Ibanez
Lucas: James Sheahan
Isa: Isa Arciniegas
Fitz: Drew Johnson

Bind by Michael Allen Harris
Director: Katrina Dion
Daraja: Morgan McNaught
Calorie: Nicole Lockard
Lulu: Kyla Norton
Alfonso: Brandon Rivera
Presenter: The Arc Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Ebenezer Lutheran Church: Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble
Chicago, Illinois
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 - 7:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Role of Jane

The Armadillo/Iguana Bacterial Unification by John Weagly
Director: Alexander Trice
Lizbeth: Sara Geist

Join us for our 5th annual New Works Festival- where the best of Chicago Playwrights, Directors and Actors riff on a theme- taking any and all liberties.

ADDITIONALLY...

Office Hours by Dustin Whitehead
Director: Natalie Sallee
Professor: Zack Florent
Interpretor: Jillian Rafa Wesley

Always by Rachael Bykowski
Director: Anna Rachel Troy
Father: Neil O’Callaghan
Daughter: Katie Incardona

The Third and Final Meeting of the South Tampa Coral Reef Painting Committee by Harry Wood
Director: Raphael Schwartzman
Alex Garcia: Sarah Jane Patin
Elise Williams: Laura Gouin
Renee Shelton: Anna Zbilut
Sharon Amherst: Amy Johnson

Stonewall by Helen Valenta
Director: Daniel Sappington
Bobby: Christopher Young
Jack: Michael Jones
Mae: Lucien Gratteri

Not This White Woman by Adrienne Dawes
Director: Brianne Duncan Fiore
Zoe: Gabrielle Gulledge
Karen Michelle: Dina Monk
Regina: Taylor Raye

Liberal Wet Dream by Eric Duhon
Director: Benjamin Baylon
Assistant Director: Sam Kittelson
Scott Baio: Guy Wicke
Donald Trump: Josh Bomba
Melania Trump: Lexis Danca
Chef/Hillary Clinton: Amy Malcom
Mike Pence: Taylor Glowac

Artie Diaz Jackson Discovers America by John Zimmerman
Director: Zack Florent
Artie Diaz Jackson: Joaquin Rodarte

Camp Lutherhaven for Girls by Emily Terrell
Director: Erik Wagner
Veronica: Lindsey Becker
Lisa: Emma Steele
Darla: Jennifer Bradley
Tess: Keyanna Khatiblou
Sarah: Mackenzie Devlin

Burn Within Sight by Michael Fischer
Director: Aaron Arbiter
Tippytoe: Ian Maryfield
D: Gregory Winston
Porter: Conner Pickett

Dead Girls Club by Lew Wallace
Director: Chris Thoren
Go Go: Nicola Rinow
Purple: Krista Gustafson

Three Dudes in a Diner by Scott Carter Cooper
Director: Matt Super
Frank: Tony Rossi
Carl: Brian Healy
Dave: Ryan Kordana

Dreamers by Joseff Stevenson
Director: Esteban Arevalo Ibanez
Lucas: James Sheahan
Isa: Isa Arciniegas
Fitz: Drew Johnson

Bind by Michael Allen Harris
Director: Katrina Dion
Daraja: Morgan McNaught
Calorie: Nicole Lockard
Lulu: Kyla Norton
Alfonso: Brandon Rivera
Presenter: The Arc Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 14 May 2017 - 6:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Roles of Mercedes & Maria Luna

Written by Judy Veramendi
Music by Gerald H Bailey
Lyrics by Ruth Freer

Director: Elyse Dolan
Music Director: Tommy Pittman
Choreographer: Claudia Moreno
Stage Manager: Joaquín Gomez

Featuring: Daviel Bailon, Miriam Bigurra, Clara Byczkowski, Vanessa Garcia, Takesha Meshé Kizart, Pauleth Jauregui, and Isaias Perez

Alegrías Y Lágrimas (Happiness and Tears) is based on real life stories of immigrants and refugees. The stories are intertwined with dances and music from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras, as well as original composed music.
Presenter: Gorilla Tango Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 7 May 2017 - 6:00 PM
Takesha Meshé Kizart appears in the Roles of Mercedes & Maria Luna

Written by Judy Veramendi
Music by Gerald H Bailey
Lyrics by Ruth Freer

Director: Elyse Dolan
Music Director: Tommy Pittman
Choreographer: Claudia Moreno
Stage Manager: Joaquín Gomez

Featuring: Daviel Bailon, Miriam Bigurra, Clara Byczkowski, Vanessa Garcia, Takesha Meshé Kizart, Pauleth Jauregui, and Isaias Perez

Alegrías Y Lágrimas (Happiness and Tears) is based on real life stories of immigrants and refugees. The stories are intertwined with dances and music from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras, as well as original composed music.
Presenter: Gorilla Tango Theatre
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Crossroads United Methodist Church
Ashburn, Virginia
Sunday, 30 April 2017 - 11:00 AM
Celebrating God's Gift of Creation Week: Service Sunday
This Sunday, April 30, in our time of worship we will have a special guest, world renown opera star Takesha Meshe Kizart.
Two years ago Takesha preformed an incredible moving concert at Crossroads. All who attended were greatly blessed by Takesha's voice and spiritual presence. On top of that, Pastor Dave will have an inspiring message that shows how our everyday small acts make a big difference in the world. After our time in the sanctuary we will move to worshiping with our hands in acts of service. There will be many ways to serve inside the building as well as in the community.
Presenter: Crossroads United Methodist Church
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Crossroads United Methodist Church
Ashburn, Virginia
Sunday, 30 April 2017 - 9:00 AM
Celebrating God's Gift of Creation Week: Service Sunday
This Sunday, April 30, in our time of worship we will have a special guest, world renown opera star Takesha Meshe Kizart.
Two years ago Takesha preformed an incredible moving concert at Crossroads. All who attended were greatly blessed by Takesha's voice and spiritual presence. On top of that, Pastor Dave will have an inspiring message that shows how our everyday small acts make a big difference in the world. After our time in the sanctuary we will move to worshiping with our hands in acts of service. There will be many ways to serve inside the building as well as in the community.
Presenter: Crossroads United Methodist Church
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Kennedy Center for Performing Arts: Millenium Stage
Washington, District of Columbia
Saturday, 29 April 2017 - 12:00 PM
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Chicago Temple: Main Sanctuary
Chicago, Illinois
Sunday, 26 March 2017 - 3:00 PM
Presenter: First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple
Verdi: Macbeth
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Saori Chiba (Piano)
Burleigh: 5 Songs of Laurence Hope
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Saori Chiba (Piano)
Price: Night
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Saori Chiba (Piano)
Moore: Love, Let the Wind Cry How I Adore Thee
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Saori Chiba (Piano)
Verdi: La traviata
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Saori Chiba (Piano)
Antrom: He's Preparing Me
Artists: Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Antrom: His Mercy
Artists: Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Antrom: Sovereign
Artists: Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Antrom: Unseen Danger
Artists: Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Ellington: Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Ellington: I’m beginning to see the light
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Ellington: I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Lewis: How High the Moon
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Arranger: Takesha Meshé Kizart
Ellington: Come Sunday
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Ellington: Second Sacred Concert: Almighty God Has Those Angels
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Ellington: Second Sacred Concert: Praise God and Dance
Artists: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano); Jeremiah Hunt (Bass); Rev. Anthony Brit Vinson Sr. (Piano); Xavier L. Breaker (Drums)
Arranger: Takesha Meshé Kizart
Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Dallas, Texas
Friday, 14 October 2016 - 9:00 AM
Presenter: Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Dallas, Texas
Thursday, 13 October 2016 - 9:00 AM
Presenter: Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Dallas, Texas
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 - 9:00 AM
Presenter: Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Program TBA
Artist: Takesha Meshé Kizart (Soprano)
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TAKESHA MESHÉ KIZART



is worthy of all superlatives. With a breathtaking mastery and unflinching portrayals... a vocal flexibility that enables her to acutely pass from a tearful murmur to a firm luminosity. And her dramatic intelligence is worthy of the great "lionesses" of the lyric theater. An artist whose international career is still at its dawning, this young and beautiful American should reach the summit quickly. Provided, of course, that she preserves the incandescent glow that currently emanates from her every word and gesture. 
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