SAGE Artists works together with Artists and Speakers in engaging performance in the arts & sciences offering creative ideas through solo shows, spoken word, symphonic pops and narration, keynote addresses, and unique stage productions. Embracing the concept of ‘global citizen,’ SAGE embraces the Science & Arts Global Exchange of ideas by entertaining audiences on subjects ranging from music and history to health and climate change presented in dynamic performance for performing arts stages, symphonies, festivals, conferences and community engagement.    

Entertainment and Enlightenment for Citizens of the World. Join the Renaissance!

Arts Collective
As Featured at Virtual Conferences
Arts Midwest / Western Arts Alliance 2020
APAP 2021, 2022, 2023
and Four Mortals Productions Platform FM52

Solo Arts Heal is a vision born from artists’ inspiring true stories that celebrate overcoming adversity, surviving emotional, mental and physical challenges, and becoming health advocates. The collective creative vision? To help communities we share through performance and ‘informance’ – educational outreach that options talk-backs, forums and workshops. Bundled packaging offers four-six or eight-show packages that feature one solo show per month on your platform.
Outstanding Entertainment for Your Community

FRANK ODEN’S Poetry in Concert series is noted among top family and pop concerts for orchestra and ensembles. A theater professional with over 40 years experience as an actor, director, playwright, lyricist, composer and producer, ODEN has written and directed award-winning musical comedies for long-running productions and receives frequent commissions to create and perform his concert-length “lyrical narratives” with orchestras across the U.S. and Canada. SONG OF THE EARTH is an outstanding ‘green’ addition to his repertoire complete with an Earth-friendly “Study Guide” for a sustainable world available for symphony family and educational shows.

International award-winning British-Nigerian TAYO ALUKO’s art is dedicated to encouraging and inspiring progressive activism by showing how Black History is everybody’s history. His show CALL MR. ROBESON revives African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson’s (1898-1976) remarkable career and strife-filled life of activism for civil rights. ALUKO’s show WHAT HAPPENS? Musings and Meditations on Life in Verse and Song is his tribute to African-American poet, journalist, playwright, novelist and librettist Langston Hughes (1902 – 1967) offering selections of Hughes’s poetry and prose accompanied by local jazz bands of all sizes in dramatic performance that includes instrumental music and songs and from the Harlem Renaissance era to the 1950s. Both shows address social issues of the time which have an uncanny resonance with today, both in America and around the world.

In addition to her work with these inspiring artists, GAIL SCHICKELE is a writer and activist for environmental and social justice, and a Climate Reality Leader offering custom talks and slide presentations addressing climate-related dynamics and solutions for a changing world.