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
Honoring the 105th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, the Reedy Point Players are very pleased to perform Titanic: Tradedy & Trial, written by Pat Cook, performed with special permission by Eldridge Plays & Musicals. This production will be directed by Gail Wagner. Delaware City Community Center.
Be a part of the unveiling of the new Tilton Award Olga has sculpted for our upcoming Tilton Award Gala on April 28th which recognizes medical achievement in Delaware. The award will be a bronze bust of Dr. Tilton himself. Olga Nielsen was born in Russia and attended the Moscow School of Fine Arts. She spent the summer of 1981 studying art in Italy and in 2005 went back to school to study sculpture at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. In 2015, Olga was awarded Signature Status with the Portrait Society of America. Olga also teaches portrait and figure drawing instructor at the Delaware College of Art and Design. Get a first hand look at other works that will be on display and meet the artist herself. Works will be available for purchase. University and Whist Club, Wilmington.
The concert will be held at the new Dover High School auditorium. Tickets are $25 for adults, $22 seniors and military (with valid ID) and $6 for children and students 21 and under (with valid student ID). Tickets may be purchase from any DCS or DYC member or at the Modern Maturity Center on Forest Avenue in Dover.
An original adaptation by The Young Actors Guild, Inc based off Disney’s Into The Woods. Join the Baker and his wife as the journey deep into the woods to break a curse. Along the way they meet Cinderella and her slipper as pure as gold, Little Red Riding Hood and her cape as red as blood, Jack and his cow as white as milk, and Rapunzel with her hair as yellow as corn. You don’t want to miss this amazing performance! The mission of The Young Actors Guild is to provide children with opportunities to participate in all areas of the theater arts. Smyrna Opera House.
Irreverent Improv Comedy for adults, based on audience suggestions in the style of “Whose Line is it Anyway.” This short form totally improvised comedy show will leave you in stitches and you may just find yourself on stage at some point during the evening. Milton Theatre.