Arts and Entertainment
As our play opens, it’s 1956 and the members of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are having their annual, and highly anticipated, quiche breakfast.
Ms. Hammers will perform all original pop songs with keyboard, drum machine and vocals.
The festival has been recognized for the fourth year in a row as a "Top 100 Event in North America" by the American Bus Association.
The festival features seven performances in 10 days.
Canadians Troy MacGillivray,a traditional fiddler, pianist, composer and step dancer, and Andrea Beaton, an award-winning fiddler, dancer, composer and recording artist, will perform.
Mr. Shaw was a prodigious worker, writing more than 2,000 opinions, many considered landmarks in jurisprudence.
The Falmouth Chamber Chorale will present a diversified concert with music that ranges from Pete Seeger's "To My Old Brown Earth" to Pergolesi's "Magnificat."
The open house is free and all are welcome.
"Divine Fall," features a Nephilim, or half-angel/half-human as one of its central characters.