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When performance venues do open to the public, all performances will take place with a limited number of audience members, and under safe covid regulations.
Tickets will be available here soon (below), at Morgan Hill Bookstore and Tatewell Gallery.
Performances will also be posted online for those unable to attend in person.
William Ögmundson a classically-trained solo pianist with ten albums to his credit and over 100,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, in addition to over 1.5 million streams on Pandora.
An award-winning composer and lyricist, William has written numerous musical scores for the stage as well as for television. William co-wrote a lullaby with Tomie dePaola for his beloved children's story character, Strega Nona, which appears in the book The Magic of Strega Nona. "Pollyanna", a musical that he wrote with Trish Lindberg was published in 2011 by Dramatic Publishing. He co-wrote (with Tom Dunn of Alchemist's Workshop), "Georgia O'Keeffe Paints Paradise", for which he won Best Musical Score in the New York Theater Festival, was performed at the Hudson Guild Theater in 2019 in NYC.
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.
POSTPONED - Date TBD
SKIT presents this original play adapted from the novel by Ceil Warren at both Whipple Hall in New London and the Warner Town Hall in Warner.
They were friends and lovers on the Greek island of their youth. Her family forced them to part. An ocean has separated them since. After forty years, she writes him a letter. The unexpected letter sends Arthur’s ordinary life careening onto an uncharted path. Convinced it's the key to his happiness, his friends urge him to open it. His priest begs him to open it. His brother screams for him to open it. Can this quirky, endearing group save Arthur from his loveless existence?
Whipple Hall, New London
Warner Town Hall, Warner
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