The Act of Adapting

OnQ Adaptation

ad·ap·ta·tion | adapˈtāSH(ə)n/

a movie, television drama, or stage play that has been adapted from a written work, typically a novel. the act of adapting.

Adaptation is the theme for Season 7 of On Q Performing Arts, Inc., which opens this month!

OnQ SpunkThe three main shows of the season were adapted from literature. Opening the season is Spunk, based on three stories by the incomparable Zora Neale Hurston adapted by George C. Wolfe. Wolfe won a 1989 Obie award for best off-Broadway director for Spunk.

Other productions during Season 7 include The Children of Children Keep Coming, Soulful Noel and The Bluest Eye.

Save by subscribing to the entire season of OnQ productions for only $75. Click here to buy your tickets!

Your Cue to Queue Up for OnQ BarBQ

{ 2013 Non-Event Fundraiser }

No pesky mosquito bites. 
No tipsy near-fights. 
No skimpy sundresses. 
No flimsy paper-plate messes. 
No rain date. 
No fear of being late.
No hickory smoke-scented hair. 
No salmonella scare. 

As a part of its “I Got 5 On It” fundraising campaign and build up to Season 5, On Q Performing Arts, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit theater company, invites you to a Summer Bar-B-Q that is absolutely NOT occurring on Friday, the 5th of July.

Here’s your invitation to our non-event fundraiser: http://paperless.ly/16cyQG3

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