January 3 – February 7, 2024

The Garde Arts Center and the Lyman Allyn are thrilled to collaborate on a pop-up exhibition of original works celebrating art, music, theater, singing, dancing, and audience interaction — all created on the Garde stage. Artrageously!

Works from the December 30, 2023, Artrageous performance at the Garde Arts Center will be featured in the Museum’s auditorium.

Artrageous has been involved in commissioned projects, installations, and collaborations with corporate clients, creating custom art creations and performances for entities such as the NBA All Stars, SuperCell, Ford Motors, and many others.

All pieces will also be on display February 8 – March 22, 2024 at the Garde Arts Center and auctioned at the Garde at the 360 All Stars performance on March 8, 2024 7:30 pm.

About Artrageous

Artrageous is a troupe of misfits artists, singers, dancers and musicians who started as friends doing street theatre in Vancouver. Together they started the “All and Everything Theater”, a non-profit Children’s Theater focusing on Children’s Entertainment, Street Theater and Life-sized Bunraku Puppetry.

In the late 80’s on Christmas Day, their hand-built theater building, with all their props and puppets, burnt to the ground. Instead of packing it in, they created a new act; this troupe has performed for the likes of Sir Richard Branson, Steve Forbes, General Colin Powell… and in venues and events all over the world from India to Thailand, Paris to Austria performing at over 2000+ events in their History.

As people who live and breathe the Arts, Creativity, Community, and Inspiration, they created Artrageous to pay tribute to their roots and share their passion with the world. A Show that focuses on all the things they believe in and everything that got them to this place

About the Garde Arts Center

Southeastern Connecticut’s non-profit home for the performing arts, cinema and education, the Garde Arts Center was founded in 1985 to save, restore and operate in the heart of downtown New London the historic (1926) Garde Theater and Building as a regional cultural gathering place and economic catalyst.

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