May 16th – 23rd: Bomb-itty of Errors, R³ Factory Exhibition and strawberry festival
Hey Delaware, are you looking for something to do this weekend? We have some recommendations on what’s happening around the First State.
New Castle County
City Theater Company presents: Bomb-itty of Errors, May 16th & 17th
The Bomb-itty of Errors, written by Jordan Allen-Dutton, Jason Catalano, GQ, and Erik Weiner, and music by J.A.Q. This fast-paced and energetic “add-rap-tation” plunks William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors into the hip-hop haven of…..upstate New York. Pump up the volume as we rock the mic and make the moves like a beat-box Bard. Word. OperaDelaware Black Box.
Tatnall Student Showcase, May 22nd
Join us after work in Upstairs Live for some wonderful free music performed by some of Tatnall’s most talented students including Bennett Atwater, Savannah Harrow, Erika Rumbold and Ben von Duyke. Enjoy happy hour food and drink specials from 4-7pm. World Cafe Live at the Queen.
R³ Factory Exhibition, May 17th
From May 17 through July 20, the Child HELP Foundation Gallery will be transformed into the R³ Factory providing a designated space for recycling-related activities. The R³ Factory will provide visitors with the opportunity to view recycling-themed art installations, participate in a variety of hands-on activities using recycled materials, and view an award winning documentary about a contemporary artist whose art is inspired by the world’s largest landfill. Biggs Museum of American Art.
Capital Ringers ‘Reflections’ concert tour, May 18th
Come hear the beautiful sound of handbells as played by Dover’s own Capital Ringers. Contemporary hits to soothing familiar melodies, you’ll enjoy special multimedia effects along with instrumental accompaniment by percussion, synthesizer, and guitar. Grace Church, Dover.
St. Philip’s 8th Annual Strawberry Festival, May 17th
This is a family-friendly event featuring everything strawberry, including strawberry sales, desserts, lemonade, & cupcakes. Also, funnel cakes, breakfast and lunch, gourmet baked goods, crafters and vendors, children’s activities, live music, & more! St. Philip’s Episcopal Church.
Winner of the 2003 Tony® Award for Best Musical, this cheeky satire of “Sesame Street” remains one of the freshest and funniest musicals of the past decade. For adults who can’t quite believe they’ve grown up! Mature Content. Clear Space Theater.
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