Artists present timely works that speak on issues of racism and discrimination that impacts marginalized communities-at-large. They tackle issues of economic discrimination, inequities in the criminal justice system, environmental racism, health care racism, gun violence, and general political disenfranchisement. Join the artists for a sharing of stories and perspective on how art speaks to our social ills.
A graduate from Yale University with a BA in Music and African American Studies, Kersten Stevens has been hailed as the “Queen of Sacred Violin” with her transcendent and expressively balanced performances. Kersten comes to the Puffin with her jazz quintet to present a musical tribute to Women’s History Month.
Founded in 1999 to help bring the community together in celebration of diversity, the Teaneck Community Chorus presents a curated selection of the best of their repertoire. Coming off their Winter Concert, “For the Beauty of the Earth”, and the “2020 Teaneck Teen Idol”, the Chorus is in preparation for their spring concert, “Singing, Bagpipes, and Banjos,” and their April Jazz Cabaret.
From multi-Emmy award®-winning Sinking Ship Entertainment comes Dino Dana: The Movie, an action-packed dinosaur adventure that follows 10-year-old Dana as she tries to solve dino experiment 901—where are all the kid dinos?
But before she can complete her experiment, Dana’s new upstairs neighbour Mateo finds her magical Dino Field Guide, which allows him to see dinosaurs in real life too. This discovery kicks off a prehistoric journey bigger than anything Dana has ever faced before. When Mateo is dino-napped by a T-Rex, who thinks he’s one of her babies, it’s up to Dana, her sister Saara, and Mateo’s older stepbrother Jadiel to get him back.
Along the way, Dana and her friends will race through a stampede of Triceratops, take on a Spinosaurus, get beak to nose with a Quetzalcoatlus, and come to realize that family, whether human or Jurassic, is the most important quest of all.