2013-02-14 / Calendar

Calendar

Thursday, Feb. 14

Valentine’s Dinner Dance.
Music by Dixie Lee and the
Diamonds, 8 p.m., Tupelo Music
Hall, White River Junction. Info:
802-698-8341.

Friday, Feb. 15

Auto Body Technician
Hybrid Vehicle Repair and
Service. Free workshop for
experienced auto body technicians, educates participants in
the procedures necessary to test
and repair damaged components
of high voltage and propulsion
systems, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Catamount
Center, Route 66, Randolph. Info:
728-1677 or mgirouard@vtc.edu.
Spaghetti Dinner. Fundraiser
for Braintree sixth grade class trip,
complete dinner plus raffle, 6 p.m.,
Braintree Elementary School.
Cabin Fever Culture Bash
Event. Open mic with music by
the Baba Yagas, free admission,
food and drink available, 7 p.m.,
Sandy’s Books and Bakery, Main
Street, Rochester.
Bingo. Sponsored by Friends of
the Hancock Free Public Library,
6:30-8:30 p.m., Hancock Town
Hall, Route 100.
Farmers’ Market. Sponsored
by Bethel ExCEL Afterschool Program, crafters, farmers, bakers, and
more welcome, 3-6 p.m., Whitcomb High School, Bethel. Info:
Amy Duddie at 234-9966 ext. 206.
“The Vagina Monologues.”
The 11th annual production,
proceeds benefit Safeline, Inc.,
cocktails are 6 p.m., show starts
at 7:30 p.m., tickets at the door,
Chase Center, Vermont Law
School campus, South Royalton.
Bingo. Sponsored by Tunbridge
Grange, 7 p.m., Tunbridge Town
Hall.
Tunbridge Premiere of
“Town Meeting.” A fictionalized account of a debate over civil
liberties in a small town, starring
Tunbridge Town Moderator
Euclid Farnham, who will answer
questions about his 31 years as
moderator, a free Winter Evenings
program, 7 p.m., Tunbridge Public
Library. Info: 889-9404.
Lenten Fish Dinner. Fundraiser for Central Vermont
Catholic School in Barre, 5-6:30
p.m., St. Augustine’s Parish Hall
(basement), 16 Barre Street,
Montpelier. Info: 802-793-4276 or
PTe1218@aol.com.
Tupelo Night of Comedy. 8
p.m., Tupelo Music Hall, White
River Junction. Info: 802-698-
8341.

Saturday, Feb. 16

Mayfly. Vermont-based duo Katie Trautz and Julia Wayne perform
old-time New England and Appalachian music, as well as original
songwriting on guitar, fiddle,
mandolin, banjo, and vocals, 7:30
p.m., Upper Gallery, Chandler Music Hall, Main Street, Randolph.
Ticket info: 728-6464.
Trapper Education Course.
Sponsored by Randolph Fish &
Game Club, free, but class size limited, so pre-registration required,
bring your lunch and dress for the
weather, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Randolph
Fish & Game Club, 549 Lefebvre Road, Randolph. Info and
registration: call Liz or Dannie at
234-9869.
Cabin Fever Culture Bash
Event. Music by Scott Forrest,
free admission, food and drink
available, 7 p.m., Sandy’s Books
and Bakery, Main Street, Rochester.

Sunday, Feb. 17

Chandler Film Series. “The
Apartment” (1960) directed by
Billy Wilder with Jack Lemmon
and Shirley MacLaine, tickets at
the door, doors open 6:15 p.m.,
with 7 p.m. screening preceded by
Rick Winston commentary, Upper
Gallery, Chandler Music Hall,
Main Street, Randolph. Info: Linnie Laws at 728-4119.
Drop-in Knitting Circle. Led
by Mary Lou Maeder, everyone
welcome, 6:30-8 p.m., Brookfield
Free Public Library. Info: Amy at
276-3826.
House Concert. Scottish singer,
storyteller, and folklorist Norman
Kennedy, limited seating, dessert
and beverage potluck at intermission, 6 p.m., 1060 Bent Hill Rd.
Braintree. Ticket info: Beth or
Clint at 728-6351.

White River Valley Snowgoers’ Landowner Appreciation and Members Cook
Out. Noon-3 p.m., cook shack on
the Fowler Road, Braintree, watch
for signs. Info: call Stuart Merusi
at 728-3089.

Wednesday, Feb. 20

PACE Home Energy Information Meeting. Everyone
welcome, part of the town
information session prior to Town
Meeting, 7 p.m., conference room,
Gifford Medical Center, Randolph.
Winter Awakening ’13.
“Awakening Your Destiny” with
guest speaker Bishop Tony Miller
of Destiny World Outreach, 7 p.m.,
Journey Church, South Windsor Street, South Royalton. Info:
763-2139.
Farmers’ Night. Vermont
Historical Society presents “1838:
The Founding of the Vermont
Historical Society Amid Tumultuous Change,” an evening of history,
music, and poetry, free admission,
7:30 p.m., House Chamber, Vermont Statehouse, Montpelier.
The Black Arm Band. A performance collective of Australia’s
premiere Aboriginal musicians
performs a series of musical “conversations” in which the artists
reflect on their country, 7 p.m.,
Hopkins Center, Hanover, N.H.
Ticket info: 603-646-2422 or hop.
dartmouth.edu.

Thursday, Feb. 21

River View Community
Speakers Club. Toastmaster’s
International meets first and third
Thursday each month, learn to
communicate more effectively, be
better listener, improve presentation skills, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Vt.
Tech Enterprise Center (1540 Vt.
Rte. 66) Randolph. Info: Marilyn
at 802-342-3653 or mkaylab@
myfairpoint.net.
Cabin Fever Culture Bash
Event. Poets Danny Dover and
Sienna Craig, free admission, food
and drink available, 7 p.m., Sandy’s
Books and Bakery, Main Street,
Rochester.

Friday, Feb. 22

Talich Quartet. Representing
Czech musical art throughout the
world, first performance in Central
Vermont, 7:30 p.m., Upper Gallery, Chandler Music Hall, Main
Street, Randolph. Tickets: 728-
6464 or www.chandler-arts.org.
Cabin Fever Culture Bash
Event. Open mic with music by
the Baba Yagas, free admission,
food and drink available, 7 p.m.,
Sandy’s Books and Bakery, Main
Street, Rochester.
Bingo. Sponsored by Tunbridge
Grange, 7 p.m., Tunbridge Town
Hall.
Lenten Fish Dinner. Fundraiser for Central Vermont
Catholic School in Barre, 5-6:30
p.m., St. Augustine’s Parish Hall
(basement), 16 Barre Street,
Montpelier. Info: 802-793-4276 or
PTe1218@aol.com.
Mike Doughty of Soul
Coughing. 8 p.m., Tupelo Music

Hall, White River Junction. Info:
802-698-8341.
“Carnival Time—Hot, Hot,
Hot!” The World Music Percussion Ensemble celebrates the
Caribbean season of Carnival
with the music of reggae pioneers
Jimmy Cliff and Bob Marley, soca
dance music from Trinidad, plus
rumba, merengue and more, 8
p.m., Hopkins Center, Hanover,
N.H. Ticket info: 603-646-2422 or
hop.dartmouth.edu.

Saturday, Feb. 23

“Made in America: Voices
of Labor in Story and Song.”
Susie Smolen presents a one-woman show highlighting labor songs
written between 1897-1983, the
voices of mill workers, coal miners,
railroad men, union organizers,
women, children, factory owners,
operators, and union busters, 7:30
p.m., Upper Gallery, Chandler Music Hall, Main Street, Randolph.
Info: 728-6464.
Cabin Fever Culture Bash
Event. Music by Spencer Lewis
and Friends, free admission, food
and drink available, 7 p.m., Sandy’s
Books and Bakery, Main Street,
Rochester.
Woodstock Film Series.
“Baraka,” images spanning the
geographical, cultural, and social
diversity of our changing planet,
tickets at the door, 3 p.m., Billings Farm & Museum, Route 4,
Woodstock. Info: billingsfarm.org/
filmfest or 802-457-2355.
Ham Supper. Sponsored by
Charity Chapter #57, 6 p.m., Williamstown Masonic Lodge (across
from elementary school). Limited
seating: call 802-479-9664 for
reservations.
Fourth Saturday Contradance. Sponsored by Muskeg
Music, with “Cuckoo’s Nest” and
caller Ruth Sylvester, beginners
and singles welcome, all dances
taught and called, beginners session at 7:45 p.m., bring change of
clean shoes for the dance floor,
8 p.m., Tracy Hall, Main Street,
Norwich. Info: Rick Barrows
at 802-785-4607 or rbarrows@
cs.dartmouth.edu.
English-Scottish Dance
Party. Music by The Turning
Stile, no partner necessary, all
dances taught, 2-5 p.m., Capitol
City Grange, Route 12, Montpelier. Info: Martha at 802-879-7618
or Val at 802-899-2378.
Fred Haas and the Paul
Broadnax Trio. 7 p.m., Tupelo
Music Hall, White River Junction.
Info: 802-698-8341.

Sunday, Feb. 24

English Dancing. Music by
Trip to Norwich, calling by Chris
Levey, all dances taught, no partner needed, everyone welcome,
bring refreshments to share at the
break, and clean, non-marking,
soft-soled shoes, sponsored by
Muskeg Music, 3-6 p.m., Tracy
Hall, Norwich. Info: Chris at 802-
785-4121.
Square Dance. Music by Pete
Sutherland and Jim Burns, calling
by Will Mentor, no partner necessary, all dances taught, 3-6 p.m.,
Capitol City Grange, Route 12,

Montpelier.

Ongoing Mondays

Qi Gong. 9:45 a.m., Randolph
Senior Center, Hale St. Info: 728-
9324.
Bingo. 10:30-11:30 a.m., Randolph Senior Center, Hale St. Info:
728-9324.
Randolph Food Shelf. Open
3-5 p.m., 12 Prince Street, Randolph. Info: 431-0144.
Bethel Food Shelf. Open
noon-2 p.m., basement of White
Church, Route 12 (Church
Street), Bethel. Info: 234-9988.
Hurricane Irene Support
Group. Christ Church, The
Parish House, and SOS Vt. invite
you to share your story, listen to
others, learn coping skills, build
community, and support your
neighbors, all are welcome, 7-8:30
p.m., Parish House, North Main
Street, Bethel. Info: 802-793-0172.
Story Time. 10 a.m., Chelsea
Public Library.
Spirited Improv. Dance to live
music, 6:30 p.m., Chelsea Town
Hall. Call 685-3138 if planning to
attend.
Laughing Yoga. Led by Tracy
Penfield, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Chelsea
Town Hall. Info: 685-3138 or
tpenfield@safeart.org.
Green Mountain Cloggers.
Weekly lessons, 6-8 p.m., Green
Mountain Tavern, Barre. Nonprofit group, clogging and Irish step
lessons, new dancers (all ages) welcome. Info: 802-522-2935, or e-mail
GreenMtnClogger@aol.com.

Ongoing Tuesdays

Men’s Breakfast. All welcome
to drop by for breakfast between
5:30-8 a.m., Green Mountain
Gospel Chapel, Route 66 and
Hebard Hill Road, Randolph. Info:
728-9793.
Cribbage. 9:30 a.m., Randolph
Senior Ctr., Hale St. Info: 728-9324.
Mahjong. 10 a.m.-noon, Randolph Senior Center, Hale St. Info:
728-9324.
Indoor Walking Group for
Seniors. Free, stop in at gift shop
to sign up 10-11:30 a.m., Gifford
Medical Center, Main Street,
Randolph. Info: Robin Palmer at
Gifford, 728-7000, ext 2284.
Randolph Food Shelf. Open
3-5 p.m., 12 Prince Street, Randolph. Info: 431-0144.
Preschool Movement Class.
11 a.m., Keenhold Dance Troupe.
For more information, call Beth at
728-5123.
Bookcrafting Open Studio.
Taught by Donna Stepien, 1-3
p.m., White River Craft Center,
Kimball House, Randolph Avenue,
Randolph. Info: 781-710-6512 or
donna@zloty-design.com.
Free Preschool Playgroup.
Sponsored by Orange County Parent Child Center, open to children
birth to age five, 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
First Congregational Church,
Brookfield. Info: 685-2264.
Yoga Class. Beginner level,
5:45-6:45 p.m., WRV Ambulance,
Route 12, Bethel. Info: Alexis at
767-4473.
Vermont Adult Learning
Tutoring. Area residents 16 or
older, not currently enrolled in
school, study for GED, basic skills,
or high school credential, 1-2:30
p.m., Royalton Memorial Library.
Info: call VAL 802-299-2469 or
the library at 763-7094.
Addiction Recovery and
Healing Support Group.
Spiritually based 12-step program
for all addictions, open to all, free,
7 p.m., Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, Dairy Hill Rd.,
South Royalton. Info: Bruce or
Karen Butler at 728-5574.
Afterschool Art. Free program
led by Erica Venuti, 3-5 p.m., thru
June 12, Altus Healing Arts Center, Route 110, Chelsea. Info: 685-
3138 or email info@safeart.org.

Ongoing Wednesdays

Bridge Club. 1-3 p.m., everyone
welcome, Randolph Senior Center,
Hale Street. Info: 728-9324.
Video Art History Appreciation Class. 12:45-1:45 p.m.,
Randolph Senior Center, Hale St.
Info: 728-9324.
Randolph Food Shelf. Open
3-5 p.m., 12 Prince Street, Randolph. Info: 431-0144.
Adult Co-ed Volleyball. Pickup games, 7-9 p.m., Randolph
Elem. School. Info: 234-6275.
Bethel Food Shelf. Open 4-6
p.m., basement of White Church,
Route 12 (Church Street), Bethel.

Info: 234-9988.
Game Night. Chess, mahjong,
cribbage, and backgammon, 5:30-7
p.m., Sandy’s Books and Bakery,
Main Street, Rochester. Info: 767-
4258.
Yoga in Rochester. All
levels welcome, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
and 5:30-7 p.m., Spice Studio,
South Main St., Rochester. Info:
charles@madriver.com or 802-
793-0117.
Free Preschool Playgroup.
Sponsored by Orange County
Parent Child Center, open to
children birth to age five, 9:30-11
a.m., United Church on the Green,
South Royalton. Info: 685-2264.
Yoga Flow. Led by Tracy Penfield, 9-10:30 a.m., Altus Movement Studio, Route 110, Chelsea.
All levels welcome. Info: 685-3138
or tpenfield@safeart.org.
Storytime with Esther.
Geared towards children 3-8, but
all ages welcome, 3 p.m., Chelsea
Public Library.
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly). 5:45 p.m., United Church
of Chelsea, North Common. Info:
call 685-2271 or 685-4429.
Japanese Calligraphy and
Brush Painting. All levels welcome, ages 10 and older, 3:30-4:30
p.m., Vt. Independent School of
the Arts, 7 Stars Ctr., Vt. Rte. 14,
Sharon. Call Ginger at 617-686-
6433 to register, drop-ins welcome.
Valley Chords Women’s
Barbershop Chorus. Rehearsal, 6:30-9 p.m., Greater Hartford
Congregational Church, Route
14, Hartford. Info: Joan Solger at
802-333-4577.

Ongoing Thursdays

Free Preschool Playgroup.
Sponsored by Orange County Parent Child Center, open to children
birth to age five, 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
Kids’ Place A-frame, Forest Street,
Randolph. Info: 685-2264.
Storytime for All Ages. 11
a.m., Bud & Bella’s Bookshop,
Main Street, Randolph.
Randolph Food Shelf. Open
5-7 p.m., 12 Prince Street, Randolph. Info: 431-0144.
Yoga Class. Restorative yoga,
sponsored by Rochester Recreation, 4:30-5:30 p.m., town
office, Rochester. Info: Alexis at
767-4473.
Free Preschool Playgroup.
Sponsored by Orange County
Parent Child Center, 9-11 a.m.,
former Hancock School building,
Route 100, Hancock. Info: 802-
685-2264.
Bingo Night. Sponsored by
Royalton Civics Club, 6:30 p.m.,
Royalton Academy. Info: Janet at
763-7443.
Addiction Recovery and
Healing Support Group.
Spiritually based 12-step program
for all addictions, open to all, free,
7 p.m., Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, 667 Dartmouth
College Hwy., Lebanon, N.H. Info:
Terry and Barbara Richards at 603-
543-1888.

Ongoing Fridays

Free Drop-in Art Studio
Time. Open studio time, not an
instructed class, use materials provided or bring your own, teens and
adults welcome, children must be
accompanied by an adult, 3-5:30
p.m., White River Craft Center,
Randolph Ave., Randolph. Info:
Erica at 802-565-1890.
Friday Weaving. Weave, relax
and meet other weavers, 9 a.m.-4
p.m., White River Craft Center,
Randolph Avenue, Randolph. Info:
728-8912.
Yoga in Rochester. All levels
welcome, 8:30-10 a.m., Spice
Studio, South Main St., Rochester.
Info: charles@madriver.com or
802-793-0117.
Free Preschool Playgroup.
Meets every Friday, 10:45 a.m.,
Federated Church, Main Street,
Rochester. Info: Katy Landwehr
at 767-4124 or timandkatyl@
myfairpoint.net.
Free Preschool Playgroup.
Sponsored by Orange County Parent Child Center, open to children
birth to age five, 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
Orange County Parent Child Center, Chelsea. Info: 685-2264.
Indoor Walking Group for
Seniors. Free, stop in at gift shop
to sign up 10-11:30 a.m., Gifford
Medical Center, Main Street,
Randolph. Info: Robin Palmer at
Gifford, 728-7000, ext 2284.
Randolph Food Shelf. Open
3-5 p.m., 12 Prince Street, Randolph. Info: 431-0144.
“Celebrate Recovery.”

Christ-centered recovery program
for those with hurts, habits, and
hang-ups; free, public welcome,
7 p.m., The Ridge, Ridge Road,
Brookfield. Info: Pastor Stephen
at 802-598-7590, Tim at 802-369-
0200, or Connie at 802-299-5417.
Evening Dance Lessons.
Tango, swing, waltz, call 565-8024

for more information.
Yoga in Rochester. Beginnerintermediate, 8:30 a.m., beginner
class at 10:30 a.m., Cushman
House, Main St., Rochester. Info:
496-9048.

Ongoing Saturdays

Storytime. For or all ages, 11
a.m., Bud & Bella’s Bookshop,
Main Street, Randolph.
Tai Chi and Qigong. Drop-ins
and all levels welcome, 9-10 a.m.,
Vt. Independent School of the
Arts, 7 Stars Ctr., Rte. 14, Sharon.
Info: Catherine at 889-9410.

Ongoing Sundays

Yoga Class. Multi-level class,
6-7 p.m., 26 North Main Street,
Randolph. Info: 802-565-8116 or
www.MassageAndYogaVT.com.
Al-Anon Family Group. For
friends and families of alcoholics,
5-6 p.m., Parish House, Tunbridge
Church, Route 110, Tunbridge.

Feb 14 – Feb 24, 2013

Exhibits

White River Craft Center

Kimball House Gallery, Randolph
Avenue, Randolph, 728-8912
•Artists Market ongoing
show during business hours;
Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.;
Sat., 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Chandler Gallery

Main Street, Randolph, 728-9878
•“20-30/2D-3D,” work in a
variety of media showcasing
the diversity and perspective
of young artists from around
the state; thru March 13.

First Light Studios

Pleasant St., Randolph,
www.FirstLightStudios.net
•Photography by Mikael
Kennedy. Images from The
Odysseus, Salt Water River
Guard, Ramblers Bone,
Passport to Trespass, &
Impossible Project, by appointment thru Feb. 28.

Gifford Med. Ctr. Gallery

So. Main St., Randolph, 728-7000
•Harriet Chase displays
“photo-art” of Randolph,
thru March 27.

BigTown Gallery

North Main St., Rochester, 767-9670
•Gallery Members Show, featuring the Small Great Art
Wall, and a rotating exhibition of work, thru March 30.

BALE Community Space

35 South Windsor St., South Royalton,
802-498-8438
•“Passion for Pastels” show
features the work of four
local artists: Kate Reeves,
Deb Rice, Wendy Wells, and
Monique van de Ven; thru
March 14.

Chelsea Public Library

685-2188
•“Home Share Now: The Portrait Project,” photographs
by John Lazenby, thru Feb.
27.

Tunbridge Public Library

Route 110, 889-9404
•“American Wilderness and
Habitats,” oils and watercolors by Joan Hoffman, thru
March 22.

Montshire Museum

Montshire Road, Norwich, 802-649-
2200
•“How People Make
Things,” offers hands-on
activities using real factory
tools and machines to create
objects, Feb. 16-June 2.

Studio Place Arts

N. Main Street, Barre, 802-479-7069
•Main floor gallery, “Thinking
Out of the Box,” art made
from cardboard; second
floor gallery, “Inspiration”
by Dennis Hedding (Feb.
8-23); third floor gallery,
“Accidental Abstracts” by
Michael Lew-Smith, thru
Feb. 23.

Central Vermont Medical Center

130 Fisher Rd., Berlin, Vt. 802-371-4100
•John Snell’s photography
exhibit “Still Learning to
See,” thru March 15.

Fleming Museum

UVM, Colchester Avenue, Burlington
802-656-0750
•Wilbur Room: “Oceanic Art
and The Performance of
Life,” thru May 24.

Hood Museum

Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.
•“Crossing Cultures,” the
Owen and Wagner Collection of Contemporary
Aboriginal Australian Art,
thru March 10.
•“Evolving Perspectives,”
highlights from the African
art collection at the Hood
Museum, thru Dec. 20,
2013.

AVA Gallery and Art Center

11 Bank Street, Lebanon, N.H. 603-
448-3117
•5th annual Best of the Upper
Valley High School Exhibition, thru March 1.
•Artwork by students from
Geisel School of Medicine
at Dartmouth: Benjamin
Blais and Thanapoom (Mo)
Boonipat, thru March 1.

Nightlife

The Railside Tavern

Merchant’s Row, Randolph, 728-9182
•Mondays: “M&M’s 8-ball
pool competition,” 7 p.m.
’til done.
•Wednesdays: “Wing Night,”
5 p.m. ’til closing.
•Thursdays: “Trivia Night,”
free to play, 7–9 p.m.
•Fridays: Margarita Night.
•Friday & Saturday: Dinner
specials, 5-9 p.m.

D’s Doghouse & Tavern

Rte. 100, Granville, 767-9240
•Every Tuesday: Open Mic
Night. Call for info.

The Bethel Depot

Main St., Bethel, 234-9803
•Fri., Feb. 22: Karaoke Night,
7 p.m.-1 a.m.

Green Mt. Tavern

Keith St., Barre, 802-522-2935
•Every Friday: DJ dance party.

Movies

The Playhouse

Randolph, 728-4012
•“Silver Linings Playbook”
(R) Fri., Sat., & Sun., Feb.
15, 16, & 17 at 7:30 p.m.

The Savoy Theater

Main St., Montpelier, 229-0509
•“Argo” (R) Thurs., Feb. 14.
•“Oscar Nominated Short
Films 2013,” thru Mon.,
Feb.18, matinees only.
•“Amour” (PG-13) Fri., Feb.
15-Thurs., Feb. 21.
•“Barbara” (PG-13) Fri., Feb.
15-Thurs., Feb. 21.
•“Quartet” (PG-13) starts
Fri., Feb. 22.

Theater

Northern Stage

Briggs Opera House, WRJ., 802-296-
7000 and www.northernstage.org
•“The Importance of Being
Earnest,” Victorian romantic
comedy by Oscar Wilde,
thru Feb. 24, Tues.-Sat. at
7:30 p.m.; Sun. at 5 p.m.,
plus Thurs., Feb. 14 at 2 p.m.

Hopkins Center

Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.,
603-646-2422
•“The Liar” by David Ives
(adapted from comedy by
Pierre Corneille), a Dartmouth Dept. of Theater
production; Fri. & Sat., Feb.
15 & 16, 8 p.m.; Thurs.-Sat.,
Feb. 21-23, 8 p.m.; Sun.,
Feb. 17 & 24, 3 p.m.

Lost Nation Theater

City Hall Arts Ctr., Main St., Montpelier, 802-229-0492
•“The Vampire Princess,” eerie tale with a valentine twist
for adults of all ages from
Tim Jennings and Leanne
Ponder, featuring music on
Celtic harp and concertina,
Feb. 14-17: Thurs., Fri., &
Sat. at 7:30 p.m., Sun. at 2
p.m.
•“Laugh Til You Die,” international and Broadway
sensation Tom Murphy in
his tale of life, love, falling
down, and getting back up
again; Feb 21-24, Thurs.,
Fri., & Sat. at 7:30 p.m., Sun.
at 2 p.m.

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