Posted in January 2012

“A Winter Solstice Celebration”

“A Winter Solstice Celebration”

December 7, 2011 “A Winter’s Solstice Celebration” One of the most festive holiday celebrations around, “A Winter’s Solstice Celebration,” is sure to put anyone in a festive, holiday mood. Filled with stirring music, good humor, and a bit of medieval history, the show is a collection of songs, poetry, skits, and short plays selected by … Continue reading

“Christmas Punch”

“Christmas Punch”

December 7, 2011 Wit’s End (Really Lively) Arts Presents A Lively “Christmas Punch” The laughter starts before anyone comes out on stage, as we hear the actors backstage at the Black Box Theater at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, loudly wondering where the rest of the cast is. We smile at a woman’s exasperation … Continue reading

Best “Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

Best “Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

December 6, 2011 In what is quite possibly one of the best ever “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” the Falmouth Theatre Guild offers a warm and engaging holiday show for young and old. What sets this performance apart is the decision to set the play in the 1950s and present the scenes leading up to … Continue reading

Brittany and the FCPO

Brittany and the FCPO

November 22, 2011 Brittany Alexa Rodriquez wowed audiences last weekend with her performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 with the Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra, directed by John Yankee. The 11-year-old played beautifully and won everyone’s hearts as well. She has a bright future ahead. Brittany also won the concerto competition she played in on … Continue reading

“Riding on Duke’s Train”

“Riding on Duke’s Train”

December 9, 2011 “Riding on Duke’s Train” introduces young readers—and older ones, too—to a world of magic, not one of wizards and werewolves, but of music, specifically the jazz of the 1930s and ‘40s: the jazz of the incomparable Duke Ellington. Mick Carlon’s new book, just published by Leapfrog Kids of Falmouth, provides an intimate … Continue reading

John Murelle Celebrates Duke Ellington

John Murelle Celebrates Duke Ellington

November 11, 2011 John Murelle to perform at West Falmouth Library Baritone John Murelle will sing songs of Duke Ellington at the West Falmouth Library on Sunday, November 13, at 3 PM. He will be accompanied by pianist William Merrill, and Mick Carlon, author of the upcoming book “Riding on Duke’s Train,” will give a … Continue reading

Falmouth Chorale: “The Coming of the Flood”

Falmouth Chorale: “The Coming of the Flood”

October 26, 2011 A pair of fierce wolves, played by Tabitha Ruth Dorman from the Coro Ragazzi Children’s Chorus (left) and Miranda van Mooy from the Turning Pointe Dance Studio, dance their way into the ark. All photos by Rebecca Forster, The Enterprise. Falmouth Chorale Celebrates Community, Commitment, Voyage, and Redemption—and the Sea In a … Continue reading