From the Greek classic of Euripides, to one of the most famous American playwrights Tennessee Williams, to the contemporary renowned David Hare, Orcas Center will stream their works live: “Medea,” “Streetcar Named Desire” and “Skylight.”
“The Enchanted Island” is an accessible Baroque musical pastiche sung in English and features phenomenally magical costumes and rich production designs.
Let off some steam on a Wednesday, all ye locals, visitors and hospitality crew. Four local bands will be performing for free at the Lowern Tavern starting at 8 p.m. Enjoy the Whiskey Snickers (New Orleans Fun), Craic'dust (irish blue grass) House of Worship (indie rock) and Onodrim (post-punk).
Those Guys From Orcas will play at Random Howse on Thursday, Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. The group is comprised of Carl Burger, Mary Meyer, Marj Franke, Nancy Wang and John Liger.
The Orcas Choral Society is pleased to announce its performance of a major choral work at it’s December concert: Bach’s “Magnificat” for chorus, soloists and orchestra.
Live music, good food and summer sun is always more fun with friends and family. Soon you can gather with your fellow community members for a special barbecue on the Village Green.
Dave Kosiur presents a selection of fine art photographic prints at the Orcas Art Studios, starting with a reception on Saturday, Aug. 23 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Teen artists take over The Stage On The Green at Eastsound on Orcas on Aug. 24 at 5 p.m.
If you’d like to see some of the world’s most amazing musicians perform up-close here’s your chance.
The parks department has been the sponsors of Music in the Park for all 15 years. All concerts are free. • Aug. 17, CCM and Crow Valley String Band at 5 p.m.
On Aug. 13, 12 p.m., Carl Burger will perform at the Brown Bag Concert at Emmanuel Episcopal Church.
Debby Neely, featured artist at Crow Valley Pottery for several years, returns to this island landmark for a demonstration of her woodcut print making technique and an exhibit of her work.
Islanders basked in the sun and devoured literature at the 58th Annual Orcas Island Library Fair held at the library grounds this past Saturday. The fair is the library’s primary fundraiser for the year.
The 7th Annual Doe Bay Festival at The Doe Bay Resort featured music, food, drink, camping and activities in a unique setting.