May 7th – 14th

    Whose Live Anyway

    Hailed as the “world’s best” at stand-up and improv by the Portland Oregonian, cast members of the hit TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway present an unforgettable night of comedy and song, all based on audience participation! The Grand, May 9th 7 p.m.

    Guitar and Flute Recital

    Flutist Eileen Grycky and classical guitarist Christiaan Taggart are members of the music faculty at the University of Delaware, and they have performed in concert series throughout the U.S. and abroad. Over the years the Taggart-Grycky Duo has won increasing acclaim from audiences and critics alike. Join them for a free concert including works by Jacques Ibert and Joaquin Nin. Kirkwood Library, May 8th 2 p.m.

    Falsettos

    City Theater Company explores what it means to be a family with William Finn’s brilliant musical comedy FALSETTOS. It’s the story of a modern man named Marvin and his search for meaning, through his relationships with his wife, his son, his lover, and the lesbians-next-door. Who can’t relate? May 7 – May 22, 2010.

    The Brandywiners Chorale

    The Brandywiners Chorale continues to provide a spirit of joyful song to diverse audiences since its founding in 1988. This spring, enjoy a medley of songs from the classic musical Guys and Dolls as well as a number of other well-known selections. Smyrna Opera House, May 14th 7:30 p.m.

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