Upcoming Events

2024

JANUARY


Past Events:

NOVEMBER

Laark Production Presents A Midsummer Night's Dream at Arcosanti

Performance Tickets are $35.
The Greek Dinner is $25

**Ticket sales for the Greek Dinner will end a week
before the event on 11/02 so that our Cafe
will have time to order the correct
amount for the event. **

Laark Productions Presents:
A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Arcosanti

November 10 & 11 · 5:30pm
November 12 · 3:00 pm

Two worlds converge on a midsummer’s night… All seems well in Athens where a royal wedding is about to take place: not so well in the surrounding forest, where the King and Queen of the fairies are feuding. But when a desperate elopement, a jealous pursuit, and a play rehearsal bring the mortals to the woodland realm, the fairies’ magic may prove too much for everyone.

Laark Productions and the Cosanti Foundation present A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s playful romp from the world of men through the forest of dreams and back again. November 10, 11, and 12, join us at the Arcosanti Amphitheater for a Laark Productions Performance of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Friday the 10th and Saturday the 11th we will be offering an optional Greek Dinner at 5:30pm followed by the performance at 7:00pm.

Sunday the 12th we will be offering a matineé at 3:00pm

The performances will be held in our outdoor amphitheater. Please dress comfortably for the cooler weather and bring a cushion for seating if you would like.

Menu

Fakes Salata:
Traditional lentil salad with feta and bold lemon dressing

Spanakopita:
Classic spinach pie with feta

Lamb Kofta Giaourtlou:
Ground lamb kebabs with a bright and fresh tzatziki sauce

Baklava:
The beloved crispy, nutty, gooey traditional Greek dessert


Ask the Sand: Can we change the future, a film by Vittorio Bongiorno

November 6 · 7:00pm
free event | Arcosanti Cafe

Join us for an exciting in-person film screening at Arcosanti. “Get ready to dive into a beautiful journey of a father and son in search of the utopian city of Paolo Soleri’s Arcosanti.” The one hour film will be followed by a 40 minute Q & A with Vittorio Bongiorno the filmmaker to discuss architecture, communal living, and the film.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of an unforgettable evening that might just change the way you see the world and how we live in harmony with it.

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