Arts& cul­ture

Valley Journal Advertiser - - ARTS ACADIA PERFORMING ARTS SERIES 2017–18 -

A look at up­com­ing arts and nd en­ter­tain­ment events in the Annnapo­lis Val­ley:

O Mis­tress Moon

O Mis­tress Moon is a col­lec­tion of two cen­turies of Noc­turnes and night-in­spired music from com­posers Field, Chopin, Scri­abin, Bar­ber, De­bussy, Ravel, Brit­ten and cur­rent Juno award win­ning com­poser Derek Charke.

This music prom­ises to trans­port you to the moon and back on a peace­ful, thought-pro­vok­ing jour­ney. Jen­nifer King will bring the music to Sea-Esta, 1454 Pereau Rd., in Can­ning, on March 18. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. for a 2 p.m. per­for­mance.

A CD of King’s re­cent record­ing, O Mis­tress Moon, will be avail­able for pur­chase at the con­cert.

En­er­getic and in­sight­ful, King is a ver­sa­tile pi­anist who is in high de­mand as a per­former, teacher, ad­ju­di­ca­tor, and coach; she has firmly es­tab­lished her­self as a sought-af­ter tal­ent across At­lantic Canada. She can be heard in con­cert along­side many of Canada’s most re­spected singers and mu­si­cians in many of At­lantic Canada’s con­cert se­ries and on CBC.

Fundy Cin­ema film screen­ings

Fundy Cin­ema screens Spet­ta­colo on March 14 at 7 p.m.

This film is an en­gag­ing doc­u­men­tary about the tiny Tus­can village of Mon­tichiello and the re­mark­able way its pop­u­la­tion de­vised to con­front its is­sues by cre­at­ing and per­form­ing an original piece of the­atre ev­ery year. This has kept their town to­gether since 1967 but is now threat­ened by an ag­ing pop­u­la­tion and more mod­ern passtimes.

All shows are at the Al Whit­tle The­atre, 450 Main St., Wolfville. Tick­ets are $9 for each show and are avail­able 30 min­utes be­fore screen­ing.

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Con­tact 902-542-1050

King’s Film So­ci­ety screen­ing

King’s Film So­ci­ety screens dance April 21 at the Brook­lyn Civic Cen­tre. The band, which fea­tures lead singer Mike Croft, will rock the house from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tick­ets are $10 apiece.

“They played Tommy Guns just be­fore Christ­mas and packed the place. Hope­fully, it’ll be a great money maker for us,” said McDade. The Post on March 16 at 7 p.m. a and d March 18 at 2 p.m. at King’s The­atre in Annapolis Royal.

In this Academy Award nominee for Best Pic­ture, Steven Spiel­berg di­rects Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in a thrilling drama about the un­likely part­ner­ship be­tween The Washington Post’s Katharine Gra­ham ( Streep), the first fe­male pub­lisher of a ma­jor Amer­i­can news­pa­per, and ed­i­tor Ben Bradlee (Hanks), as they race to catch up with The New York Times to ex­pose a mas­sive cover-up of govern­ment se­crets that spanned three decades and four U.S. pres­i­dents.

Tick­ets: $10 for adults, $9 with a Film Buff card, $8 for youth. Gen­eral ad­mis­sion seat­ing. Doors open 45 min­utes be­fore show time.

Aca­dia Per­form­ing Arts se­ries presents Inside/Out

The Aca­dia Per­form­ing Arts Se­ries presents Inside/ Out, a prison me­moir by Pa­trick Keat­ing at the Fes­ti­val The­atre in Wolfville on March 17 at 7: 30 p.m. It’s a pro­duc­tion by Ne­world The­atre in as­so­ci­a­tion with Main Street The­atre and Ur­ban Crawl.

Keat­ing is kind, soft- spo­ken and sin­cere. Inside/ Out is his real-life story of years spent in and out of Canada’s pen­i­ten­tiary sys­tem. And that’s the thing — you look at Keat­ing and think, ‘this guy robbed a bank?’ Keat­ing’s hon­est and en­gag­ing de­liv­ery of his funny, sad, and stir­ring true story helps dis­man­tle our ideas of what a ‘crim­i­nal’ looks like — and helps us bet­ter un­der­stand how lan­guage, race and class play a very real part in our lives as Cana­di­ans. It’s about a man’s search for com­mu­nity: the com­mu­nity of the street, the com­mu­nity of prison, and of the the­atre.

Inside/ Out was writ­ten and per­formed by Keat­ing.

Tick­ets: $26 adults, $20 dents.

For more in­for­ma­tion or to buy tick­ets, visit the Aca­dia Univer­sity Box Of­fice in per­son, by phone at 902-542-5500 or 1-800- stu-

Fire­fighter Dan Boyd, who is the fundrais­ing chair­man, said he’s al­ready sent out spon­sor­ship let­ters to area busi­nesses in hopes of gar­ner­ing sup­port for their cause.

“Money is at a premium here with every­body, but it’s a ser­vice that’s pro­vided that is para­mount, and we re­ally feel strongly about 542- TICK( 8425), or online http://box­of­fice.aca­

At Jack’s Gallery Ru­mors at Cen­tre Stage


Aca­dia Univer­sity Stu­dio Art and Jack’s Gallery at 450 Main St., in Wolfville, presents Hay­don Ali: The Gar­den un­til April 29.

Ali is a fourth-year so­ci­ol­ogy stu­dent at Aca­dia Univer­sity who is mi­nor­ing in stu­dio art. This ex­hi­bi­tion rep­re­sents a cul­mi­na­tion of his par­tic­i­pa­tion in an in­de­pen­dent study course, with his pro­fes­sor Ju­dith Leidl.

The Gar­den was in­spired by flow­ers dis­cov­ered in the var­i­ous coun­tries Ali lived in grow­ing up. These flo­rals aim to con­vey a sense of the tex­tures, colours, and fra­grances from his mem­o­ries as an ex­pat youth over­seas.

Cen­treStage The­atre takes the edge off the win­ter blahs with Neil Si­mon’s farce Ru­mors.

At a large, tastefully ap­pointed Sne­den’s Land­ing town­house, the deputy mayor of New York City has shot him­self on the night of his 10th wed­ding an­niver­sary party. Though only a flesh wound, the four cou­ples in­vited ex­pe­ri­ence a se­vere at­tack of far­ci­cal ‘ cover-up’.

Lawyer Ken and his wife Chris ar­rive to find the deputy mayor bleed­ing in an­other room and no sign of his wife. They must get the “story” straight be­fore the other guests ar­rive. As the con­fu­sions and mis­com­mu­ni­ca­tions mount, the evening spins off into hi­lar­ity...and that’s even be­fore the cops ar­rive!

Re­main­ing shows are March 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, and 24, with doors open­ing for the evening per­for­mances at 6:45 p.m. Mati­nees will be held March 11, 18 and 25, with doors open­ing at 1:15 p.m.

Tick­ets are: adults $15; se­niors/stu­dents $12; chil­dren age 12 and un­der, $5. Cen­treStage takes cash or cheques only. Reser­va­tions are held un­til 15 min­utes be­fore show time.

Please note there is a coarse lan­guage ad­vi­sory for this show.

Call 902-678-8040 for reser­va­tions.

Go online: stageth­e­ www. cen­tre-

Shan­non Quinn at Kentville Ceilidh

Hal­i­fax fid­dler Shan­non Quinn per­forms at the St. Pa­trick’s Ceilidh Dance on March 16 at the Tir na nOg Ir­ish Dance Academy up­stairs from the school’s stu­dio in the ball­room of the newly re­fur­bished Corn­wal­lis Inn.

Quinn is known for her re­cent work with Nova Sco­tia leg­end Joel Plas­kett; as a soloist with Sym­phony Nova Sco­tia; and also for nu­mer­ous awards she has won and been nom­i­nated for through Music Nova Sco­tia and the Cana­dian Folk Awards.

Per­for­mances fur­ther afield in­clude shar­ing the stage with

megas­tar acts such as Cirque de Soleil, The Chief­tains and even ac­claimed rock band, Down With Web­ster.

Tick­ets are on sale in ad­vance from Wil­son’s Phamasave in Kentville for $10. Kids aged five and un­der can go for free. Tick­ets at the door are $15.

Rachel Beck at Union Street March 16

East Coast songstress Rachel Beck, known for her work with sis­ter Amy in the Beck Sis­ters, de­buts her self-ti­tled first solo al­bum March 2 and is sup­port­ing its re­lease with a Mar­itime tour that in­cludes a stop at Union Street in Ber­wick on March 16.

The al­bum is de­scribed as ‘su­per beau­ti­ful’ and Beck’s voice as ‘in­cred­i­bly cap­ti­vat­ing.’ If you hit Union Street on March 16 note a trio of songs off the new al­bum — Reck­less Heart, Hearts on Fire, and Noth­ing In Be­tween.

Reck­less Heart en­tered CBC Ra­dio 2’s Top 20 count­down the first of Fe­bru­ary. The al­bum is pro­duced and recorded by Daniel Led­well (Jenn Grant, David Myles, For­tu­nate Ones).

Rachel Beck with Adyn Townes on March 16. Doors open at 6 p.m. and show starts at 8 p.m. Tick­ets at https:// the­union­

Rose Cousins at Ev­er­green

Rose Cousins is back, and on March 17 per­forms at Ev­er­green The­atre in East Mar­garetsville where they are thrilled to host the show which will feature songs from her new al­bum Nat­u­ral Con­clu­sion.

Phone: 902-825-6834 Go online: www. ev­er­greenthe­

Quick As A Wink does Mouse­trap

Mike But­ler, the­atre- go- toguy, tells us that Quick as a Wink The­atre So­ci­ety, Wind­sor’s lo­cal the­atre com­pany, brings their pro­duc­tion of the world’s long­est

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