“Fall into Music” concert Friday, November 5, 2010 – 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew’s-Chalmers Presbyterian Church. A sampling of great Uxbridge Talent!!! presented by the Uxbridge Music Scholarship Trust. Admission at the door $15 Adults and $10 students. Guests include a string ensemble, folk duet, pop vocalist & guitarist as well as a piano solo by BJ Byers. More information www.UxbridgeMusicScholarship.com
Saturday December 11 2010 Village Voices Gloria
This Christmas Village Voices presents Vivaldis wonderful Gloria, followed by carols and audience sing-along. Guest soloists, soprano Cheryl Campbell and mezzo sopranos Marta Herman and Loralie Kirkpatrick, as well as members of Markhams Kindred Spirits Orchestra. Joan Andrews, conductor; Gerald Loo, accompanist. St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 143 Main St Markham North. 7:30 pm. Tickets $20. Sr/St $15. Children 12 and under free. At door or call 905.294.8687. For more information and map visit www.villagevoices.ca
Please Join Us For Our 9th Annual
Purple Turtle Art Festival
July17th, 2010 11-6 & July 18th, 2010 11-4
The Briars Resort
for a map: www.purpleturtlearts.ca
Come see amazing paintings, sculpture, photography, pottery, jewellery, woodcraft and native art.
Over 30 artists from Burlington to Napanee, as well as local artists, have been selected. Stroll around the lush meadow, enjoy food prepared by The Briars’ chefs, and enter the draw for an original painting.
For further information, contact:
Lis: 905-473-1711 or Gail : 905-476-5686
Look for the funky purple turtles!
Jun 17, 2010 – 7 pm
Blue Heron Books
62 Brock St W, Uxbridge
Work From HEART, MIND AND HAND
MUSIC WITH A FRENCH CONNECTION concert
presented by The Uxbridge Chamber Choir
directed by Thomas Baker
featuring The Monday Morning Singers directed by Anne Mizen with a joint concert with The Amabile Singers of Pau, France. The concert will be held on Sunday, May 30th at 3:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 59 Toronto St.S., Uxbridge. Tickets are $18.00 for Adults and Children under 12 admitted free. Tickets are available at Blue Heron Books or at the door. For further information please visit www.uxbridgechamberchoir.ca
Textiles, Textures and Fairytales
a show by Diana Lopez Soto, Emily Martin and DraughHorse Prod.
May 13, 14, 15
Show time: 8 pm
Doors open at 7:30
Matinee May 15
Show time: 1:00
Doors open at 7:30
Show location: Willo’ Wind Farm
12740 Concession #5
For ticket information please call (416) 254 0862
or visit Presents Presents Presents in Uxbridge
Saturday May 29th, 7:30 pm
Village Voices, directed by Joan Andrews, presents its’ spring concert
Versatile Voices. The concert will showcase the choir’s wide repertoire with selections from Haydn’s oratorio, The Creation and also a rock cantata, The Creation by David Bobrowitz and Steven Porter. Featured vocalist Sharon Smith will sing Big Band era and show tunes accompanied by the choir and a small jazz combo.
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, 5633 Highway #7, Markham
Admission $20, Seniors/Students $15, children 12 and under, free
Come and decorate 4×4 ceramic tiles at the UYC!
Who: Youth between 12 and 19
When: Thurs March 18: 1-3 pm or 4-6 pm
Where: The UYC
Cost: $8.00 for up to 4 tiles
Tiles will be fired and returned to participants upon completion.
No experience necessary, but wear clothing you can get messy!
Space is limited so sign up early to avoid disappointment!
Call the UYC: 905-862-3456
MOTLEY THEATRE COMPANY
Presents a play reading of
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Sunday March 28
Early show for those that work on Monday morning.
Royal Canadian Legion
109 Franklin Street, Uxbridge
Pay at the door
Spread the Motley Fever…
Please send this email to all your friends and contacts who might be interested…
For more info, email Anna @ firstname.lastname@example.org
About Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Audiences at the original Broadway production were keenly aware that they were witnessing the transformation of a promising playwright into a figure of world importance, through a play clearly destined to become a modern classic. Time has richly borne out this view. This dazzling work of gut-wrenching dark comedy presents perhaps the most memorable of married couple – George and Martha – in a searing night of dangerous fun and games with a pawnlike other couple who innocently become their weapons in the savaging of each other and of their life together. By the evening’s end, a stunning, almost unbearable revelation provides a climactic shock of recognition at the bond and bondage of their love. In its dialogue and emotional crescendo, and above all, in its power to strip away layer after layer of a social pretense to expose the naked nerve of truth, Who’s Afraid Of Virginian Woolf? is one of the most riveting and unforgettable experiences of American theatre.
What the critics said…
“…the most shattering drama I have seen since O’Neill’s Long Days Journey INto Night. Mr. Albee can without any danger of fulsome exaggeration be placed high among the important dramatists of the contemporary world theatre.”
New York Post
“…a brilliantly original work of art – an excoriating theatrical experience, surging with shocks of recognition and dramatic fire.”
“The experience is irreplaceable. Edward Albee has found fire in the soggy ashes of naturalism and forged a thechnique of inestimable potential. This play is a crucial event in the birth of a contemporary American theatre.”
Winner of the New York Drama Critics Circle and Tony Awards
Hope you all can make it…at least there are no Olympics to compete with this time!!
Anna and Ken