This Friday, Sept. 26 is your last chance of the year to catch Mandy Troxel and the Bitter Ends, performing live at the Random Howse.
The Gallery, located at 374 North Beach road across from Ace Hardware, is now exhibiting a new fall collection.
Come on down to Random Howse on Sept. 20, the last Saturday before the Equinox and enjoy an evening of tunes from JP and the OK Rhythm Boys. They’ll be playing from 6 to 8 p.m.
“Love Song” by John Kolvenbach explores the themes of truth, imagination, and how we find love in the most unlikely ways. The play opens with a stage divided with two very different living situations: An austere space with a single chair and a dim lamp on one side of the stage, and a bright, modern living room on the other.
“A Christmas Carol” will be performed Dec. 10 through 14 at 6:30 p.m. at Orcas Center. This is an all new production of the adaptation by Deborah Sparks with music and lyrics by Jim Bredouw. It will be directed by Jake Perrine.
Auditions for “Whale of a Show” at the Orcas Center will be Friday, Sept. 12 (3:30 to 5:30 p.m.) and Saturday, Sept. 13 (1 to 3 p.m.).
The Actors Theater of Orcas Island announces seven performances of the play “Love Song” by John Kolvenback. “Love Song” tells the story of Beane (played by Zach Knight) an oddball and exile from life. Following a burglary on Beane's apartment, his sister, Joan (Melinda Milligan), and brother-in-law, Harry (Tom Fiscus), are baffled to find her brother blissfully happy and try to unravel the story behind his mysterious new friend, Molly (Cara Russell).
Soprano Anna Netrebko teams up with tenor Roberto Alagna in Charles Gounod’s sensual interpretation of Shakespeare’s timeless love story, “Roméo et Juilette,” streaming to Orcas Center’s big screen with surround sound, as part of the Met: Live in HD Summer Encore series on Saturday, September 6 at 7:30 p.m.