A re-staging of the live concerts that changed rock performance forever, The Pink Floyd Experience remembers Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Wish You Were Here, and everything that made the band one of rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest icons. This two-hour tribute, performed live with six musicians, celebrates the music, the themes, and the innovation of Pink Floyd up close and personal. The Grand, Feb 27th, 8:00 PM.
Gardening is wonderful therapy for the soul, but can be hard on the body. Before the spring season of weeding, digging and raking, come get professional advice from Lori Lyons, a physical therapist, and James Rubano M.D., an orthopedic surgeon, who will teach you techniques to minimize the pain and strain. Delaware Center for Horticulture, Thursday, March 4, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
This musical production will take you into the life of a single mom, a 1st Lady and those closely connected in their lives. They must decide if they should give up on their God-given dreams or trust God to bring forth their long awaited harvest. What will they do? Come and experience these questions, these doubts and even the joys of “Seasons of Life”. Education & Humanities Theater, Delaware State University, Sunday, February 28, 7 p.m.
Join Cathy Michalski for a lively discussion of books all about food. Great for anyone who loves to read and eat — especially at the same time! Please pick up
the latest book at the Circulation Desk when you pre-register. As always, Dish! participants are encouraged to make a dish inspired by the book to the next discussion! Kent County Public Library, March 1, 2 p.m.
The Mousetrap is credited with the longest initial run of any play in the history of theatre! Known for its twist ending, this is a performance that will leave you on the edge of your seats! Enjoy mingling with the actors and director afterwards while partaking of a delicious dessert provided by the Opera House Guild. Smyrna Opera House, Friday – Sunday, March 5-7, 7:30 p.m. Show (Fri & Sat); 2:30 p.m. (Sun)/$15.
Since its 2007 appearance here, the quartet has toured the U.S., Germany, Austria and Belgium. The group, founded by brother and sister violinists, a cellist and a violist ten years ago, has received plaudits for technical finish, interpretive unity and the sheer gusto of its performances. Its repertoire ranges from the classicism of Haydn to the rhythmic complexities of modernist Elliott Carter. Bethel United Methodist Church Hall, February 27, 8 p.m.