Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Opening as Part of National Theatre Series at Cinema Art Theatre

The Rehoboth Beach Film Society announces the next play in the exciting series of National Theatre Live screenings. National Theatre Live is a groundbreaking project that presents the best of British theater live from the London stage on film to cinemas across the UK and around the world. Tennessee Williams’ twentieth century masterpiece CAT ON […]

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WC Department of Music Launches Inaugural Piano Festival, Invites High School and College Students

Washington College this spring is holding its first Piano Festival, an event in which participants of all ages can further develop their talents through workshops, performances, lessons, and competitions. The Piano Festival is set for April 21, although the Department of Music is seeking participants to apply by March 1. The event is geared toward […]

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The Little Prince at the Garfield Center for the Arts.

Guest Review By Lanny Parks In 1943, Antoine de Saint Exupery published his novella entitled The Little Prince. It’s length – or lack thereof – and the age of its central character pushed it into the realm of ‘children’s literature’, although the subject matter is certainly more serious than was usually considered age-appropriate for children. […]

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WHCP Cambridge Community 4th Annual Fundraiser, ‘Beatin’ the Blues’ – March 24, 2018

WHCP Cambridge Community Radio in Cambridge MD announces its 4th Annual Fundraiser, ‘Beatin’ the Blues,’ to be held on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 6-10 pm at Gallery 447, located at 447 Race Street in historic downtown Cambridge, MD. On March 24th ,WHCP is proud to showcase the talents of modern rockabilly artist Josh Christina […]

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Friday Nites in Caroline presents Colonel Richardson High School’s Revolution Blues

Caroline County’s concert season moves to the Caroline County Public Library’s Federalsburg Branch on Friday, March 2nd at 7:00 pm, and features Colonel Richardson High School’s own Revolution Blues. Admission is free. Revolution Blues is comprised of students and faculty of Colonel Richardson High School. Their musical focus ranges from Wilson Pickett to Buddy Guy, […]

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Audition: Shore Shakespeare “As You Like It”

AUDITION NOTICE!!!!! William Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT directed by Christian Rogers Monday, March 26th Tuesday, March 27th 7:00 pm Callbacks Thursday, March 29th The Queen Anne’s County Arts Council 206 S. Commerce Street Centreville, Maryland Performances of As You Like It will be held outside during the month of June 2017, at various venues […]

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The Little Prince Opens February 16th 2018 at the Garfield Center for the Arts

The Garfield Center for the Arts opens its 2018 season of plays with Antoinne de St. Exupéry’s The Little Prince on February 16th 2018 at 8pm. A beautiful portrayal of the importance of imagination, this story teaches us valuable lessons in loss, heartbreak and death, while showing us that imagination and understanding are some of […]

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Chester River Chorale launches River Voices, Hires Assistant Director

The Chester River Chorale is pleased to announce the formation of River Voices, a community outreach ensemble. This small group of highly skilled volunteer singers is drawn from the membership of the Chester River Chorale and its auditioned chamber chorus, the Chester Chamber Singers. Michelle Sensenig has recently accepted the newly created position of Assistant […]

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Gunston Players “Cinderella Waltz” at Church Hill Theatre

The Gunston Players proudly present Cinderella Waltz, a fractured fairy tale for discerning adults and precocious children, brought to the stage of Church Hill Theatre Friday and Saturday, 16 and 17 February at 8 p.m., and Sunday, 18 February 2018 at 2 p.m. Subversive, funny, and timely, this reimagining of the classic Cinderella tale tells […]

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