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Celebrate the Arts in Falmouth at Arts Alive! June 16 to 18: The Entertainers

Celebrate the Arts in Falmouth at Arts Alive! June 16 to 18: The Entertainers

Arts Alive offers an amazing array of talented performers, from aspiring students of all ages to accomplished professional performers. You’ll find music of all genres: jazz, rock’n’roll, blues, bluegrass, Americana, folk, country, Celtic, classical, old-time fiddle, New Age, alternative rock, light opera, choral, a cappella, singer/songwriter, and more. There will be classical and contemporary ballet, … 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

CLOC Presents “Patience”

CLOC Presents “Patience”

August 18, 2010 Scott Wasserman, center, as the poet Archibald Grosvenor, surrounded by a chorus of rapturous maidens, in CLOC’s production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Patience.” Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Patience” is a light-hearted tale of love and poetry, told with wit and visual humor, one of the fluffiest and least complex of the G&S comic … Continue reading

“Naughty Marietta”: A Delight in Every Way

“Naughty Marietta”: A Delight in Every Way

July 28, 2010 Christine Lacey as Naughty Marietta, disguised here as the son of old Rudolfo. Christine Lacey makes a perfectly delightful Marietta in the College Light Opera Company’s production of Victor Herbert’s “Naughty Marietta.” She is bubbly and vivacious, whiny and crabby, impetuous and determined, and altogether charming as she sings and dances her … Continue reading

College Light Opera Dazzles with “The Mikado”

July 12, 2010 Review by MARILYN J. ROWLAND, originally published in The Enterprise on Friday, July 2, 2010. The College Light Opera Company opened its 42nd summer season this week with a dazzling production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s 1885 Savoy opera, “The Mikado.” The solo voices are engaging, the choruses both sonorous and visually enchanting, … Continue reading