Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and more in Delaware this week

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

012517contemporaryJury Smith: Hush, through January 29th

Jury Smith studied ceramics at Tyler School of Art (Philadelphia) and Sanboa Ceramic Art Institute (China). Her ceramic work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in Europe, Asia, and across the U.S., at such places as the the Oliver Sears Gallery (Dublin), Jingdezhen University (China), the Clay Studio (PA), Artists Space (NYC), and Blutenweiss Gallery ( Germany). The Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington.

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012517dreamcoatJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, through January 29th

This vibrant musical tells the biblical story of Joseph and his devious brothers. It’s a classic parable with a score that offers a cornucopia of different musical styles. Joseph’s triumphant return to the family is a tale of forgiveness and love. Not suitable for those under 7. Delaware Children’s Theatre, Wilmington.


Kent County

012517doverlibraryLast Friday Reception with Live Music, January 27th

Join us before the last Friday event this month — a screening of the new Beatles documentary, “Eight Days a Week” — for live music and light refreshments! There will be a band performing some classic Beatles tunes, with plenty of hors d’oeurves and accouterments to keep things light! Guaranteed to be a fun time, and there’ll be plenty of seating to stick around for the movie afterwards! Dover Public Library.


Sussex County

012517concertLewes Chamber Players: From Baroque to Modern, January 29th

From Baroque to Modern: This program brings the German tradition to the audience with music of Bach, Haydn, Biber, and Spanish fire in the Suite by Gaspar Cassado. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Lewes.



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