We are excited to be scheduling live events again. As always please check our website regularly to get the latest information!
All scheduled live performances will take place under the most up to date precautions suggested by the CDC.
Tickets will be available below and at Morgan Hill Bookstore and Tatewell Gallery when we get closer to the performances.
July 22 Rory Gawler Americana
July 23 Joe Stall Smith Folk Guitar/Vocal
July 24 Carlos Ocasio Pop/Guitar/Vocal
July 29 Ted Mortimer Jazz Guitar/Vocal
July 30 Draa Hobbs Jazz Guitar
July 31 Dan Freihofer Guitar/Vocal
August 5 Norm Yanofsky Keyboard
August 6 Arthur James Blues Guitar
August 7 Bronstein & Davis Guitar and Bass
August 12 Rowley Hazzard Jazz Guitar/Vocal
August 13 Gary Robinson
August 14 Josh Hall Pop/Classical Guitar
August 19 Ted Mortimer Jazz Guitar/Vocal
August 20 Phyllis Shea & Randy Wales Cello Duo
August 21 Carlos Ocasio Pop/Guitar/Vocal
August 26 Henry Danaher Keyboard
August 27 Arthur James Blues Guitar
August 28 Norm Yanofsky Keyboard
Thursday through Saturday 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
The “Sunapee Singers” was formed about 20 years ago under the leadership of Herb Spencer. The group numbered from four to six and was brought together by Herb for the fun of singing his musical arrangements - mostly 30’s and 40’s tunes. On occasion, the group would be asked to sing at church suppers and the like, and called themselves, ‘The Herbivores’!
Eventually, Herb expanded the group to having two sopranos, two altos, two tenors and two basses and signed up with the local VNA to sing for Hospice. The group continued to add a new member here and there and then concentrated on yearly appearances at nursing homes, hospitals, and occasional VNA home visits.
Eventually Herb moved away to be closer to family. He asked Charlotte Signor to take over the leadership. Charlotte expanded the membership, music, and performances and enriched all with her talent and foresight. About three years ago, Charlotte left our area and asked Nancy Tripp to take the reins. The group has grown again and been enriched by Nancy’s leadership. She has brought a jazzy unique style and a wonderful infusion of energy and humor.
These three visionary leaders have brought the “Sunapee Singers” to where it is today - a close and supportive chorus of dedicated singers who thoroughly enjoy their time singing together and feel blessed to be able to share great music with the community.
The singers will perform such songs as: On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe, High Hopes, Skylark, a Nat King Cole Medley, Falling in Love with Love, This Can’t be Love, On the Street Where You Live, You Make Me Feel so Young, Catch a Falling Star, Smile, The Nearness of You, What a Wonderful World, and Any Day Now.
November 5th and 6th at 7:30pm and 7th at 2:00 pm
November 12th and 13th at 7:30 pm and 14th at 2:00 pm
SKIT presents this original play adapted from the novel by Ceil Warren at the Warner Town Hall in Warner.
There is never an explanation of why some days are so very ordinary while others are extraordinary. Today, without giving it any thought or planning, was going to be extraordinary. Extraordinary for Arthur and everyone he knew. For Arthur lived in the tiny village of Stones End (New England) where life moved slowly, gossip traveled fast, and it was simply impossible to keep deep, dark secrets hidden forever. And Arthur harbored a deep, dark secret…for the past 40 years.
As each decade passed, Arthur was lulled further and further down the proverbial rabbit hole… if I never speak of it, no one will know. But this was Stones End, after all, so he never really stood a chance.
You see, as fate would have it, his friends were a lot better at uncovering deep, dark secrets than Arthur was good at keeping them hidden.
The Cast of the show is as follows:
Arthur - Gary Evans
George - Charley Freiberg
Olga (Mrs. K) - Judy Lowe
Oscar - Dave Munn
Madge - Judy Thackaberry
Martin - Brian Callahan
Walter - Kevin Tarleton
Constance - Grace Dunklee Cohen
Fr. Gregory - Tom Tuthill
Ana Felicia - Angela Tarleton
Ari - Cary Gladstone
Historical actors Steve and Sharon Wood portray Abraham and
Mary Todd Lincoln in this theatrical presentation focusing on the challenges
the first family faced during a turbulent time in our country's history. The
production begins with Mary Todd Lincoln mourning her husband's death.
President Lincoln then appears, visible to the audience but only heard by Mary
as if in a memory recalled, and they begin a dialogue about their lives.
Celebrate St Patrick's Day with the award winning Irish Step dancers from McGonigle Dancers who have received awards at the national and international level of competition.
Originating in Ireland, Irish dancing is a traditional dance form that includes both social and performance opportunities. It encompasses a wide variety of styles for solo, pair, and group dances. Many people think of step dancing, such as that associated with the popular Riverdance, when they think of Irish dancing.
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