March 6, 2015
Known only by his first name, the internationally recognized artist is a master of color, composition, and expression. Over the past 30 years, Hessam has exhibited his work in more than 100 one man shows, over 25 international exhibitions and multiple museums exhibits. FACES will be on display at Mary Martin Gallery for the month of March.
Join us for First Friday as we welcome the newest arrivals by renown artists Sergio Roffo and Gene Costanza. Sergio Roffo is an Italian-born painter, and now a long-time resident of Scituate, MA. His oil paintings frequently depict sailboats skimming over ocean waters and he is much-loved for his romantic coastal sunsets and misty skies.Gene Costanza lives and works in Eugene, OR and is well-known for his impressionistic landscape paintings. His bright colors and lose strokes invite viewers to stop and not just survey the landscape, but experience it! Drawing inspiration from various features of the North Amercian landscape, he will be sharing his works from numerious well-loved destinations: Charleston, Lake Tahoe, Colorado and more!
One of Brazil’s best known pianists, Eduardo Monteiro was a prizewinner at the Dublin, Santander and Cologne International Competitions. He is a Professor at the University of Sao Paolo. Admission is free. Get more info here.
CAM’s mission is to empower students to become achievers by providing superior professional musical education, instruction, and performance opportunities. Check out some of their star students
March 6, 2015 – March 28, 2015
Directed by Rodney Lee Rogers
PURE Core Ensemble Members
Anthony and Rosemary are two introverted misfits straddling 40. Anthony has spent his entire life on a cattle farm in rural Ireland, while Rosemary lives right next door, determined to have him, and watching the years slip away. Outside Mullingar is a delightful romantic comedy in which we pull for these two eccentric souls as they fight their way towards solid ground and some kind of happiness. 2014 Tony Nominee Best Play
When the king passes by, a lady discovers her underpants have fallen to her ankles and a wonderful farce begins to unravel. From the mad comic imagination of Steve Martin (yes, that Steve Martin!) and set in hilarious 1910 Dusseldorf, this ribald romp is chock-full of innuendos, verbal jousting and physical comedy. Yah, das ist funny! Adult language and situations.
The Church Street Daughters of the Late Unpleasantness have held their monthly Garden, Gun & Gin Club since back when such decent ladies knew their place in society, before miniskirts, meter maids, and men wearing shorts ruined everything. And certainly there had been more than a few meetings which dissolved into a bit of hair-pullin’, heir-provin’, and homemade hare-puddin’ pitching. Still until this new sort of female up and invited herself, the crème of Charleston’s ladies hadn’t ever had to dirty their white gloves with something so revoltingly common as a … murder!
Featuring the five o’clock shadow blue-haired detectives (the more masculine cast members, which might not be saying a lot), it’s a murder mystery with manners.
The Footlight Players will take to the stage to perform “Bus Stop,” a 1955 play by playwright and novelist William Inge. The play is set in a diner about 25 miles west of Kansas City. It’s March 1955 and a freak snowstorm has forced a layover at a small town diner in the wee hours of the morning. Bus Stop opened on Broadway on March 2, 1955, and closed on April 21, 1956, running for a total of 478 performances. The play was nominated for four Tony Awards in 1956: Best Play, Best Featured Actress in a Play, Best Scenic Design and Best Director.
Burlesque, Broadway, and Bawdy! This sizzling dance musical will feature the best sultry sexy songs from the 1920s to present day. Our vocal headliners are and signature Holy City Harlettes will bring on the heat this winter with the electrifying FEVER!
March 7, 2015 – March 22, 2015
Women on View – featuring 8 women artists for International Woman’s Day (March 8).
Open: Monday – Thursday, 10am-2pm; Saturday – Sunday, 1pm-5pm
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 7 from 5:30pm-7:30pm
Curators: Robert B. Reed & Blaine Art Productions
Featured Artists: Mila Garro, Heart Bernados, Kim Hambric, Nancy Romness, Pam Miller-Schussel, Francina Smalls-Joyner, Mercedes Da Silva, and Pierina Deiana
After sparing the life of a baby piglet almost slaughtered due to his status as runt of the litter, a little girl named Fern Arable adopts it and nurtures it lovingly, naming it Wilbur. However, she is crushed when the piglet matures enough to be separated from his mother, and Wilbur is thus sent to reside on a farm owned by Fern’s uncle, Homer Zuckerman. Her powerful attachment to Wilbur mutual, the pig is left yearning for companionship but is snubbed by other barn animals. However, he is welcomed by an unseen voice who promises to befriend him, vowing to reveal itself to him in the morning.
Showtimes and Tickets TBA