A Christmas Carol – Now Playing – It’s Only Tuesday Productions

This post is a re-post from the It’s Only Tuesday website.
November 30 – December 23 Friday/Saturday @7:00
Sunday @2:00
Focusing on Dickens’ powerful language, humor and warmth, this charming version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL simply and directly tells the story of the redemption of a human soul. The play follows the ever-powerful story of Scrooge, a lonely miser, who, through the help of spirits and visions from his past, present and future, finds a second chance to become a loving, generous human being. It begins with a child reading the story for the first time. As the scenes are played out behind him, with 5 other actors playing multiple roles. the child becomes totally caught up in the story and is finally invited by the other characters to enter the play as one of them. With traditional carols and English folk tunes creating the proper atmosphere, the world of Scrooge, Fezziwig and Tiny Tim comes alive, igniting the holiday spirit for young and old alike.

A Caribbean Night Out @ LM/AG

EVENT-A Night Out- Caribbean
Saturday, August 28 from 6-9 pm at LMAG.

Socialize at LMAG’s A Night Out-Caribbean, an after hours museum party celebrating the last weekend of the exhibition Elements of Nature: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation. 

Immerse yourself in all things Caribbean with live Reggae music from Lancaster Posse Band, hors d’oeuvres with Jamaican flair, sangria, and Sagebrush Café’s non-alcoholic mystery drink.

With inspiration drawn from the thought-provoking work of Elements of Nature artist Lesley Dill, the collective art activity, I Heard a Voice, will combine your individual voice and words with the voices of other participants in celebration of the rhythm between cultures, histories, and identities.

A Night Out events at LMAG present exciting social and cultural entertainment and offer participants an opportunity to enjoy an after hours evening at the museum.

General admission: $10; LMAGA: $8; Student (with valid ID) $8.

Live Music in the Antelope Valley

Cedar Centre continues to host a lively open mic night every Thursday evening at 8pm. The talent is surprising and the crowd is good.

Cedar Centre: Cedar St. Downtown Lancaster

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Tres Tragos, a local acoustic duo featuring guitar and acoustic drum-kit, will be performing at Sagebrush Cafe May 14th, 2010 at 6pm.

Sagebrush Cafe: 50th Street West, Downtown Quartz Hill

Butler’s Coffee hosts live music events regularly on their stage every Saturday evening.

Butler’s Coffee: 10th Street West, north of AV Mall