About WordStage

WordStage Literary Concerts

Celebrating the Spoken Word and the Music It Inspires

What Do:

The Algonquin Round Table, The Bloomsbury Group, The British Monarchy, Maria Callas, Frederick Chopin & George Sand, The Civil War, The Conference of the Birds, Hart Crane, Emily Dickinson, Eleanor of Aquitaine,  Historic Gay Lovers, The Epic of Gilgamesh, Reynaldo Hahn,  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Edgar Allan Poe, Cole Porter, Marcel Proust,  Rogers & Hammerstein,  Gioacchino Rossini, John Singer Sargent & Isabella Stewart Gardner, Eric Satie, Franz Schubert, Robert & Clara Schuman, Antonio Stradivari, James Thurber,  Paul Verlaine & Arthur Rimbaud, Lotte Lenya & Kurt Weil and Walt Whitman…A Chamber Music Readers Theater

Have in Common?

 

ALL have been Subjects of WordStage’s  Literary Concert Series in Northeast Ohio and throughout Vermont.

Dedicated to the presentation of works with special literary, historical and musical merit, our aim is to employ professional local artists whose talents will illuminate the texts and music of some of the most fascinating and remarkable figures in the realms of history and the performing arts

Using letters, diaries, recorded conversations and contemporary chronicles underscored with musical compositions of the era, a WordStage performance will entertain, inform and educate audiences who have a love of literature, the humanities and the performing arts in their purest form.

Tim Tavcar, Producing Artistic Director