October 7th – 14th Brandywine Baroque, Stone Carvings and Broadway Rhythms

Brandywine Baroque: Music for the Theatre

 

Music from Henry Purcell’s A Fool’s Preferment & The Old Batchelour.  Songs & Music from London Town Where Fools & Batchelours are to be found, Is where tales of Love & Lust abound. The Barn at Flintwoods, October 9th, 3 P.M.

 

 

Curator’s Talk for the exhibition: Stone Carvings by Gerd Dreher

With his great attention to the detail of the natural object, Master Carver Gerd Dreher brings life and beauty to his hardstone creations. Born in 1939, in the famous gem cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany, he continues the family tradition that began with his grandfather who produced objects for Faberge. Mineralogical Museum, University of Delaware, October 13th, 5 P.M.

 

 

Pastel Workshop with Linda Chatfield

Join us as we explore the qualities of various pastels and experiment by drawing objects and/or landscapes. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the possibilities and limits of the medium while developing individual design in the format. Textures, layering, mixing colors and glazing techniques will be covered. All materials will be provided. Workshop participants are encouraged to bring a basket dinner and beverage. Wine is welcome! Biggs Museum of American Art, October 13th, 6 P.M.

 

 

Broadway Rhythms

Experience the hits of Broadway at the beach! Selections from nine great shows from the American musical theatre will be brought to life by our ensemble of outstanding talent. Travel down the Mississippi in “Show Boat,” try the best pies in London with “Sweeney Todd,” or party at the Kit Kat Klub with “Cabaret.” Broadway Rhythms has a song and dance for everyone! Clear Space Theater, October 7th and 8th, 7 P.M. and October 9th, 3 P.M.

 

 

 

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