Category: Performing Arts

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 22-28

After you overindulge tomorrow, do yourself a huge favor and skip the shopping until some saner, later date in the coming weeks. Instead, treat you and yours to some outstanding experiences throughout the weekend and beyond.

What to Do/See/Hear | Nov. 15-21

It’s not quite Thanksgiving, but one can easily fill one’s plate with a feast of events this week. Whether you’re more interested in Renaissance music, a look at the stars, bluegrass or swing, there’s something for you in the next seven days, starting tonight. Here’s a checklist.

Pones tells stories of immigrants through pottery

The public is getting a chance to purchase the original, community-created ceramic place settings used during the Fringe Festival debut of “Place/Setting,” a performance and dinner.
The event was created by Pones Inc., visual artist Pam Kravetz and documentarian Ian Forsgren with the intention of diffusing stereotypes and cultivating empathy by challenging guests to share a meal and discover stories of local immigrants.

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 8-14

More music and visual art on the horizon than we can even list here, plus the beginning of the holiday event onslaught. Time to exercise your ears and eyes and prepare yourself for the quickening pace ahead. See what the week ahead has in store for you.

What to Do/See/Hear | Nov. 1-7

Thanks to daylight saving time’s demise, we get an extra hour to enjoy this week, and not a moment too soon. There’s more than enough to do to fill the time – especially if you enjoy the sound of a chorus. Even if that’s not your cup of tea, fear not. There’s art, film and theater aplenty.