All shows start at 7:30pm. Tickets for all shows are $15/$12 Students and Seniors. Cash only at the door.
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September 17, 2011 - Mary Wiggin and Jan Andrews
To Say Nothing of the Dog
The noble canine, man’s best friend: we’re tired of the stereotypes! Tonight we’ll tell stories about dogs both good and bad, and we plan to shove the sap aside and have a few good laughs as well!
October 15, 2011 - Gail Anglin, Tom Lips and Musician Mary Gick
For the Love of Pete: Stories and Songs from the Life of Pete Seeger
Stories and songs combine as we explore the life and times of a man who was at the forefront of the folk music revival! This program gives a nod to an extraordinary performer who changed minds and hearts with his musical talent and dedication to the causes he believed in. We’ll travel through time to touch upon the key events that inspired some of the best known songs of the folk revival. From the Union days to the Civil Rights Movement, from Vietnam to the early efforts of environmentalism, Pete Seeger was at the forefront of the events that formed a generation. We’ll raise our voices and feel the passion of the times through songs like If I Had a Hammer, We Shall Overcome, and Where Have All the Flowers Gone.
November 19, 2011 – Ruthanne Edward, Marie Bilodeau, Kathryn Hunt
The Warrior Queen: Chasing Boudicca
In 60 AD, London burned to the ground. The woman responsible was Boudicca, queen of the Iceni. When the Roman army forced her from her throne, flogged her, and raped her daughters, she gathered together an army to stand against them and became a legend. Tonight we explore her life through stories and poetry as three women share the ways that her bravery inspired them.