January 29th – February 5th

    ARRGGH! Pirates and Privateers of Delaware

    Pirates straight off the Kalmar Nyckel will serenade us with stories and songs from their old pirating days. Fun for the whole family! Woodlawn Library, Saturday, January 30.

    Esperanza Spalding

    Blessed with uncanny instrumental chops on the upright bass, a multi-lingual voice and a natural beauty that borders on the hypnotic, this 24-year-old prodigy charts vibrant new future for jazz and instrumental music. The Grand, Jan 31, 2010 @ 7:00 PM.

    Under the Sea Art

    Preschoolers and early elementary aged children are invited to an evening story time with local art teacher Kristina Laird. Children are encouraged to bring a large t-shirt to protect their clothing from paint. Space is limited. Please call 698-6440 to register. Kent County Public Library, Tuesday, February 2.

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    The Man in Black: A Tribute to Johnny Cash

    The show delivers the raw prowess that made Johnny Cash a 20th century pop culture figure while capturing his ability to cross musical genres, age and ethnic barriers to bring a classic sound that is immediately recognized today, like “I Walk the Line,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” and “A Boy Named Sue.” Schwartz Center for the Arts, Friday, February 5 and Saturday, February 6, 7pm.

    I Ought To Be In Pictures

    Written by Neil Simon, Herb, a once successful Hollywood scriptwriter, is visited by his teenage daughter, Libby, who’s trekked to Hollywood from Brooklyn. Libby wants Herb to get her into “pictures” How they mend their father daughter relationship is a poignant, tender and very funny story. Possum Point Players, Inc., Friday, January 29.

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