LAST CHANCE “A Little Something…” Member Small Works Show
We are in the final days of the third annual “A Little Something” Small Works Members Show! The show will remain live nowthrough Saturday in the Peg Bothner Gallery at the Tri-County Arts Council. There is still plenty of artwork left to see if you have not already done so!
The show featured 55 artists and 146 works of art, in a wide array of styles and media. All perfectly sized for gift giving or to add to your own collection!
Selected by Sean P. Conklin, Assistant Curator at the Regina A. Quick Center at St. Bonaventure University.
There are approximately 20 flamingos (including a few artsy ones) and 2 “You’ve been flocked!” signs. We will deliver within a 10-mile radius of Olean, NY city center and set them up or you can take them yourself to set up. Outside that radius, for delivery, there will be a small mileage charge. For more information and to purchase this service, CLICK HERE!
Trailer Park Musical to be Held as Fundraiser This Weekend!
A group of talented area performers will be re-visiting one of their favorite places this weekend in a dinner theatre fund-raiser for a pair of local groups.
“The Great American Trailer Park Musical” will take place Friday and Saturday, Jan 13 and 14, at the Limestone Community Center. A beef on wick dinner will be held beforehand, starting at 6pm, with redneck games included. The performance will start at 7:30pm. Tickets are $25 per person or $45 per couple and can be bought at the door or from any cast member.
Proceeds from the performances will go to the Limestone Fire Department and the Allegany-Limestone Support Staff Union.
“The Great American Trailer Park Musical," directed by Jake Riggs, produced by Paula Bernstein, Tech Director Kelly Vaccaro, and Music Director Kim Voegelin, takes place in Armadillo Acres Trailer Park in the less-than-scenic town of Starke, Florida, and stars a Greek chorus of three of the park's residents -- Betty (played by Joy Wilber), Linoleum (Angela Emley) and Pickles (Bridgette Oschman). When Pippi (Katie Schlosser), a young woman on the run from her latest romantic mistake, ends up in the middle of Armadillo Acres, she figures it’s a place “where the folks got so many problems of their own they won’t much notice mine.”
Pippi quickly encounters an agoraphobic housewife named Jeannie (Marcia Wymer) and her husband, Norbert (Shane Oschman), all while trying to forget about her troubled ex, Duke (Joe Fitz).
The show, with music and lyrics by David Nehls and book by Betsy Kelso, is a deliriously salty send-up of all things tacky in late-20th century pop culture, from confrontational, confessional reality shows to commercials for everything from toilet bowl cleansers to faux Japanese knives.
“The Great American Trailer Park Musical” is definitely not for the younger crowd - age 16+ is highly suggested. Be on the lookout for other performances of this show in the near future.
For more information, please call (716) 378-3265 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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