April 22nd – 29th The Magic Flute, Organ concert, and Ted Keegan
From the Queen of the Night’s pyrotechnic high notes to Papageno’s chirpy birdsongs, The Magic Flute is one of Mozart’s most charming and engaging operas. This celebrated production by artist William Kentridge joyfully bursts onto the stage of Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy – and onto the big screen! Theatre N at Nemours, April 24th, 2:30 p.m.
The Daytime Concert with John Terwilliger
The 31st annual Daytime Concert will be held on the Tuesday morning following Easter, during Dickinson High School’s spring vacation. The one hour program, featuring the Dickinson Kimball, will include songs you remember and an old-fashioned sing-a-long. This concert was designed for those who like organ music but do not travel at night — although the program is open to everyone. The price is still $1.00 at the door for a delightful hour of theatre organ music. Dickinson High School Theater, April 26th, 10 a.m.
Enjoy an evening with local artist John Murray and learn the fine art technique of linocut printmaking. Each participant will draw a design on a linoleum surface, chisel out the design, learn to prepare and apply ink and press inked image to paper thus producing an original work of art. Bring your own basket dinner and beverage to this workshop. Wine is welcome! Biggs Museum of American Art, April 28th, 6 p.m.
Ted Keegan, veteran of Broadway’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, returns to Rehoboth Beach again for an all-new concert! An audience favorite, Mr. Keegan is sure to wow audiences once again with his beautiful voice and quick wit. Clear Space Theater, April 29th and 30th, 7 p.m. and May 1st, 3 p.m.
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