November 14th – 21st: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, “Pocahontas” and Thoroughly Modern Millie

From concerts and movies to special events for the whole family, there is always something to see and do in Delaware.  Here are some of our picks.   

New Castle County

111314bootlessBootless Stageworks 10th Anniversary Celebration, November 14th & 15th

Join Bootless in celebrating ten terrific years in theater. Bootless Alumni return to act, sing and dance their way down memory lane with highlights from some of Bootless’ most popular shows. Enjoy a casual evening of cabaret entertainment complete with a slice of birthday cake and a champagne toast as well as a full spread of snacks, treats and drinks. St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church.

 

 

111314ardenSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs, November 15th – 22nd

This British comedy is definitely NOT a silent pantomime! This raucous re-telling of the Snow White story has humor and on-stage silliness to appeal to people of all ages, along with some great singing! Characters include the King, the evil Queen, the Magic Mirror, Snow White, Dame Victoria (Snow’s nurse), Nifty & Shifty (disreputable salesmen), the Huntsman, three princes, and the dwarfs, among others. Arden Gild Hall.

    

 

 Kent County

111314smyrna“Pocahontas” presented by the Young Actors Guild, November 14th & 15th

Pocahontas is the daughter of the mighty Algonquin Chief Powhatan. The princess has made friends with the English settlers of Jamestown, a community struggling with starvation and sickness. This enchanting musical is graced with a wonderful cast of characters: Little Running Rabbit, Brave Eagle, Aunt Morning Star, Forest Spirits, Mother Earth and, of course, the people of Jamestown. Filled with Native American lore and beautiful music, this play is true to the original legend. Smyrna Opera House.

 

110714bstreet2B-Street Band Springsteen Tribute, November 14th

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee and original Drummer of Bruce Springsteen the E-Street Band Vini Mad Dog Lopez will be making an appearance with the band at the Theater! From the heart of the Jersey shore, “Backstreets” (The B-Street Band) was the first band in the world to do a unique tribute to a live performer. There are now an estimated 180,000 tribute bands following their lead and performing all over the world. Nearly 5,500 performances and 34 years later, the B-Street Band is still the hardest working tribute band on the circuit, with almost 200 shows per year throughout the country.

   

Sussex County

110714millieThoroughly Modern Millie, November 14th – 16th

The Clear Space Children’s Theatre presents the JR production of this zany musical that took Broadway by storm! Filled with flappers, dashing leading men, a dragon-lady villainous who audiences love to hate, and a musical theatre heroine, this madcap merriment is for all ages! Clear Space Theatre.

 

 

111314bandBridging to School Bands, November 20th

The Sussex Central High School Band and Rehoboth Concert Band will play individually and “in concert,” a variety of musical pieces chosen to entertain and showcase the range of concert band literature. Sussex Central High School.

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