Monday, October 31st:
4:30 – 6pm: Halloween Costume Party Children of all ages and their families are invited to come and participate in this festive annual event. The party will include refreshments and treats for attendees, as well as themed games and crafts. There will also be a costume contest starting at 5pm. Prizes will be awarded for the scariest, most original, and best Halloween character costumes, as well as most creative. Each child will receive a Halloween goodie bag. Admission to this event is free for children and $1 for adults.
5:30 – 7:30pm: Nightmare on Broad Street First Town Downtown and presenting sponsor Windsor Federal Savings invite you to Windsor Center for some ghoulish treats and fun at Nightmare on Broad Street! Windsor businesses will be giving out treats to the youngsters and more. Broad Street will be closed to traffic.
Monday, October 31st – Wednesday, November 2nd:
Monday – Wednesday at 1:20pm, 4:10pm, 7pm and 9:35pm: Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween Madea winds up in the middle of mayhem when she spends a hilarious, haunted Halloween fending off killers, paranormal poltergeists, ghosts, ghouls, and zombies while keeping a watchful eye on a group of misbehaving teens. Runtime 103 min.
Tuesday, November 1st:
9:30 – 10:30am: Winding Trails Little Brooke Trail Runners Club Whether you are a novice or a comfortable trail runner this club if for you. Even if you can only run-walk, you will be taught how to build up your stamina and eventually run longer. Running trails is easier on the joints and works all muscle groups all while building up your cardio fitness. For the beginners, you will learn how to navigate the trails and have fun. Run with trail runner expert, Andrea Buono, each week to help you sharpen your skills. This club is about having fun, enjoying nature, meeting new trail runners, building friendships and learning the joy of trail running. Each week Andrea will teach you a new skill on how to better your running. All abilities are welcome. No special equipment required. We run in all kinds of weather. $25 for the series. Discount for members. Reoccurs until November 15.
12:30 – 2pm: Clean Safe Water in Connecticut: Challenges and Realities in a Complex World Daniel C. Esty, Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy will share his insight into the challenges and opportunities Connecticut faces in maintaining access to clean, safe water for all of its citizens. This presentation is made possible by the Garden Club of Hartford. This program is free and open to the public, although space is limited and reservations are required.
6:30 – 8:30pm: Cookie Decorating Class Learn how to color icing and create festive ornament designs on cookies. Supplies not included. Cost of supplies up to $25.
7:30pm: Talkback Tuesday: Relativity Einstein was a gifted violinist and physicist. Chat with us after the show as we explore the numerous connections between art and science.
7:30pm: AfterWords: The Piano Lesson Discussion Join members of the cast and our Artistic staff for a free discussion, immediately following select performances.
Tuesday, November 1st – Sunday, November 13th:
Tuesday at 7:30pm, Friday – Saturday at 8pm, Saturday – Sunday at 2pm: The Piano Lesson In August Wilson’s powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, a fractured family comes together to consider the legacy of their father, as his grown son and daughter argue over the heirloom he left behind. A ghost story with traditional African-American songs, The Piano Lesson exposes the family’s struggles as they attempt to exorcise the demons of the past and bring forth a new hope for the future. The Piano Lesson represents the 1930s decade in Wilson’s “The American Century Cycle” of 10 plays, each one representing African-American life over a decade in the twentieth century. Other titles include Fences, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Two Trains Running, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone and Seven Guitars. Wilson died in 2005. Ticket prices: $25-90. All Regular Season Student Seats $20. Runs until November 13th.
Tuesday, November 1st – Sunday, November 20th:
Tuesday – Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday – Saturday at 8pm, Saturday – Sunday at 2:30pm: Relativity In 1902 Albert and Mileva Einstein had a baby daughter. After 1904, she was never seen or spoken of again. When a young reporter confronts Einstein years later in Princeton, Einstein must face his greatest challenge: his past. Relativity explores the bonds of family and the cost of genius. To be a great man, does one first need to be a good man? From the playwright that brought you Freud’s Last Session, Dance Lesson and Becoming Dr. Ruth. Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission). Seats: $60-75, student rush $15. Runs until November 20th.
Wednesday, November 2nd:
4:45 – 6:30pm: Dance Classes for Children on the Autism Spectrum Students learn the basic elements of dance technique including alignment, musicality and rhythm, discovering their relationships to space and time, while growing emotionally, socially, physically, and cognitively. Class is specifically designed for children on the Autism Spectrum. Runs until November 23rd.
Thursday, November 3rd:
9:30 – 11:30am: Moms’ Day Out Moms, this is your roadmap to refuel, renew, and refocus yourself. Personal and professional Life Coach, Kelley Biskupiak, along with real-life, hands-on mother of three, Amy Brown, will arm you with a variety of tips and tools to help you navigate motherhood with balance, fulfillment, and plenty of laughter. $40 per person.
3pm: The Colin McEnroe Show with Richard Dreyfuss What do Colin McEnroe and Academy Award Winner Richard Dreyfuss have in common? Join us for a forward thinking, hopeful, all-American, graffiti conversation. Doors open at 2pm.
4:30 – 5:30pm: GirlYoga for Teens and Tweens Teens and tweens of the 21st century deal with more stressful lives than ever before. In these specially-created classes, students move and unwind together while exploring skills and techniques to address and meet the unique needs of today’s young women. GirlYoga allows your child to incorporate yoga poses and constructive relaxation and can also include activities and information around topics such as identifying, acknowledging and dealing with personal, social and academic stress. Girls should dress comfortably and bring a water bottle and a mat if they have one. For ages 11 and up. $18 per person.
5 – 7pm: The Human Body-Bones, Brains, & Boogers Included is an optional educational Lab Series enrichment program for K-3 from 6-6:45 pm. Admission is $10, includes exploration of the Museum Studios. The Lab Series has limited spaces! It’s recommended to call prior and reserve your spot for one class or the entire series before they are filled. Reoccurs November 10th and 17th.
5 – 7pm: Curator’s Talk: Connecticut Traditional Artists and Their Communities This special free event will take place in the Connecticut Office of the Arts Gallery at One Constitution Plaza, 2nd Floor. The talk will be preceded by a reception to meet the artists. Artists who will be present to discuss their work and their communities include Matt Beaudoin from Mystic Knotwork; blacksmith Walt Scadden; Tibetan thangka painter Jampa Tsondue and weaver Kunga Choekyi; Ukrainian embroiderer Zirka Rudyk; Lithuanian folk artist Aldona Saimininkas; Peruvian woodcarver Romulo Chanduvi and more.
5:30pm: Straight Outta Compton This biographical drama depicts the rise and career of the gangsta rap group N.W.A., which emerges from the mean streets of Compton in Los Angeles, California, in the mid-1980s and revolutionizes Hip Hop culture and music and tales about life in the hood. Join us for a the film and talk with guest speaker to be announced. Tickets available at the door. 147 min. Rated R. Admission: $10; $8 for members; $5 for students. Tickets available at the door.
5:30 – 9pm: BBQ and Beer Enjoy a great fall evening out at the Webb Barn! Featuring BBQ food, beer, wine and soda. $35 per person. Food Provided by Black Eyed Sally’s and Max Bibo, Beverages from Sammy’s Buy Rite. Wear your flannel shirt and boots! Raffle items!
6 – 8pm: Romeo & Juliet Teen Workshops Shakespeare’s tragic love story will be performed outdoors in June 2017 at the New Britain Museum of American Art, and the play will be set in 1967, the “Summer of Love.” In a three-week workshop, we will explore characters, language, and themes of the teen tragedy. We’ll give special attention to understanding the characters and plot, and discussing the language and poetry of the text. We’ll also read and have the opportunity to perform scenes from the play, all in preparation for February auditions. Participants are encouraged to bring their own copy of the play, but may also share or borrow a copy at the workshops. Participation is encouraged, but not required, for anyone planning to audition in February. We also plan to hold audition workshops in January or February, and a stage combat workshop to be announced. $10 for all three weeks. reoccurs on November 10th and 17th.
6 – 8pm: Living Wreathes: Succulents Think vertically and outside of the box with a living wreath. Using various options learn how to plant a piece of art that will grow all year long. Part of this program may be run outside – dress appropriately. $25-$30 per person.
6 – 9pm: A Fall Affair Join us on November 3rd, 2016 at Real Art Ways for great company, great talent, great taste, and to do great good with your food! Ticket proceeds fight hunger, improve nutrition, and increase access to healthy food in Hartford. In a celebration of local food, farms, and culinary excellence, you will sample the offerings of Chef Rob Maffucci of Vito’s. Enjoy an array of dining options, including a variety of vegetarian, vegan and omnivore delights. Seasonal hors d’oeuvres and food stations will feature the produce of Hartford Food System’s urban farm, Grow Hartford, as well as other local farms (including the South Windsor farm of Chef Rob Maffucci). Creative cocktails will be provided by Hartford Flavor Company, maker of unusual organic botanical liqueurs. Our evening will include a silent auction with fantastic items, including theater tickets, original artworks, restaurant gift certificates and more and good grooves from Mike Casey Jazz!
6:30pm: Hartford’s Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry is the city’s hottest and most trend-forward food and beverage event, bringing together award-winning chefs and mixologists from the region. After a successful 2015 event, this year’s event will again feature cocktail and dessert receptions and a multi-course seated dinner prepared tableside by New England’s best chefs. In addition to delicious food, fine wines, local craft beers and premium spirits, guests also enjoy a silent auction and the opportunity to network with the region’s professional elite. Space is limited; advance-ticket purchases are required.
6:30pm: Redefining the Well Woman Exam How often should I get a mammogram? What are my best options for birth control? Is hormone replacement therapy right for me? Should I get the HPV vaccine? Guidelines for well woman screenings have changed in the last few years. Questions like these are on the minds of women, but many are reluctant to discuss them with their physicians or haven’t had a chance to ask. Now’s the time to get your questions answered by UConn Health OB/GYN expert Dr. Christopher Morosky and learn what to expect at your next well woman exam.
6:30 – 8pm: Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear Join us for an evening discussion with renowned photojournalist, humanitarian and visual war correspondent, Paula Bronstein, as she discusses her new book: Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear, in conversation with the Hartford Courant’s Dan Haar. Paula Bronstein is a former staff photographer for the Hartford Courant and sits alongside the most important female photojournalists as a multiple nominee and award winner of international contests including The Pulitzer, Pictures of The Year International, and The National Press Photographer’s Association. Her images have been published globally in a variety of newspapers and magazines. Program to be followed by reception and opportunity for book sale and signing.
7pm: Big Houses, Big Architects, Big Stories The Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society will offer to the public a free lecture on the architecture of the Hartford Golf Club Historic District. Architectural Historian Mary M. Donohue will reprise her lecture on “Big Houses, Big Architects, Big Stories” in advance of the West Hartford House Tour that takes place on Sunday, November 6, from 12-4pm.
7:30 – 10pm: The Rescuers: A Documentary We will screen the 2011 documentary, ‘The Rescuers,’ which traces the journey of a young Rwandan genocide activist and a renowned Holocaust historian who interview survivors and descendants of diplomats who rescued thousands of Jews from the death camps. This event is part of the 12th Annual Celebration of Jewish Arts and Culture, our yearly exploration of the historical and contemporary expressions of Jewish identity in art.
Thursday, November 3rd – Saturday, November 5th:
Thursday – Saturday at 7pm: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown Come see a talented ensemble of 7th-12th graders perform this musical comedy with music and lyrics by Clark Gesner, characters by Charles M. Shultz. Tickets are available in advance for 10.50 online, or $10 by cash at the door starting at 6pm on performance evenings.
Friday, November 4th:
10 – 11am: Meet the Old Cranks Have you ever wondered what goes on behind closed doors (of our clocks, I mean)? Come watch the American Clock & Watch Museum’s official clock winders in action as they travel through the museum winding over 60 of our historic timepieces. Included with the cost of admission.
6 – 10pm: Kid’s Night Out This is the ultimate night out for any kid! Tons of fun games & crafts, a giant pizza party, an ice cream sundae bar, a big screen movie, and endless amounts of fun await you here at the Trails. This program has evolved into a very popular kid’s event and space fills up quickly. So parent’s, plan your night out and send the kid’s here for theirs. Head on over to the Trails for a night out that you will never forget. Sorry, parent’s not allowed! Please bring clothing that is appropriate for outdoor and indoor play as well as provide a sleeping bag/blanket and pillow for the movie. Registration is required by 3 days prior to the start of the program. Ages 6-11. $25 per child.
7:30 – 10pm: The CT Lyric Opera & The CT Virtuosi Present Eugene Onegin is an 1879 operatic masterpiece of Russia’s foremost composer, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and one of the best examples of lyric opera. The story concerns a selfish hero (Onegin) who lives to regret his blasé rejection of a young woman’s love, and his careless incitement of a fatal duel with his best friend. Eugene Onegin, Op. 24, is an opera (“lyrical scenes”) in 3 acts (7 scenes). The libretto, organized by the composer and Konstantin Shilovsky, very closely follows certain passages in Alexander Pushkin’s novel in verse, retaining much of his poetry. Connecticut Lyric Opera and the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra present a fully staged production with full orchestra. Sung in Russian with projected English supertitles. Tickets: $25 adults and $12 student.
Friday, November 3rd – Saturday, November 4th:
8pm: The Oldest Profession Five aging practitioners of the oldest profession are faced with a diminishing clientele, increased competition for their niche market, and aching joints. With wit, compassion, and humor, they struggle to find and learn new tricks as they fight to stay in the Life.
Saturday, November 4th – Sunday, November 20th:
Friday – Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm: Oklahoma! Rodgers and Hammerstein’s masterpiece Oklahoma! is set in the frontier days of the old West, providing a colorful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their love story. Although the road to true love never runs smooth, with these two headstrong romantics holding the reins, love’s journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road. This beautiful and dramatic show features a score filled with landmark songs such as “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’,” “People Will Say We’re in Love,” and of course, “Oklahoma!” $29 for VIP seating and $25 for general admission seating.
Saturday, November 5th:
10 – 11am: Baby’s First Christmas Join Us on the Saturday corresponding to your baby’s birth month so you can meet other local parents with babies the same age. Participate in fun holiday activities including turning a Koala Baby bodysuit into baby’s first “ugly Christmas sweater” and creating Baby’s First Wish List. Plus, find great gift ideas and more! Reservations preferred, but walk-ins are always welcome. For babies born December 2015 – March 2016. Reoccurs on November 12th, for babies born April -July 2016 and on November 19th, for babies born August – November 2016. Can’t make your date? Feel free to come to one you can! Siblings welcome, too.
10 – 11:30am: Open House The School for Young Children at the University of Saint Joseph is a nationally accredited preschool program offering part- and full-day programs during the school year and a part – and full-day camp program during the summer. Founded in 1936, The School was one of the first preschools in the state and one of the first student laboratory programs in the nation. The School continues a proud tradition of serving as a training program for college students pursuing careers in early childhood education.
10 – 11:30am: Winding Trails Little Brooke Trail Runners Club Whether you are a novice or a comfortable trail runner this club if for you. Even if you can only run-walk, you will be taught how to build up your stamina and eventually run longer. Running trails is easier on the joints and works all muscle groups all while building up your cardio fitness. For the beginners, you will learn how to navigate the trails and have fun. Run with trail runner expert, Andrea Buono, each week to help you sharpen your skills. This club is about having fun, enjoying nature, meeting new trail runners, building friendships and learning the joy of trail running. Each week Andrea will teach you a new skill on how to better your running. All abilities are welcome. No special equipment required. We run in all kinds of weather. $25 for the series. Discount for members. Reoccurs until November 15.
10am – 12pm and 1-4pm: Apple Pie Celebration Come one, come all to a celebration of the apple harvest at Windsor Historical Society! Did you know that there are over 7,500 different varieties of apple? And that apples are grown in every state? And that there is scientific evidence behind the old saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”? Visit our hands-on Strong-Howard House and savor delicious smells of apple pies and apple butter. Our experienced hearth cooker will be happy to share her secrets with you. In our Hands-On-History Learning Center, taste different varieties of apples, complete a simple apple craft, and prepare your own delicious fall treat with dough, apples, and spices. You’ll leave with your own tart, instructions for baking it at home, as well as a historic recipe for apple pie. $6 adults and students.
1 – 3pm: New England Hiking Presentation Join author Jeff Romano for a presentation showcasing day hiking opportunities throughout New England. Jeff will discuss the region’s best hiking destinations, share advice, provide insights and answer questions on how and where to plan your next hiking adventure. The presentation will also include information on New England wildflowers, birds and other wildlife.
1 – 6:30pm: Student Appreciation Day Free Intro to Yoga Class from 1-2pm, Free Gentle Yoga Class from 2:30-4pm and free Power Yoga Class from 4:30-6:30pm with live drumming. Click here for class descriptions.
1:30pm: Turkey Trot and Walk Come to Sessions Woods for a mini-lesson on turkeys! The lesson will include a brief indoor presentation on the history of the wild turkey population, conservation success in Connecticut, and basic turkey ecology. This will be followed by a children’s craft, and the opportunity for a guided hike to the beaver pond and back (2 mi). Please bring suitable clothing and good walking shoes if you plan on joining the hike! This program provides a lesson on turkeys! It includes an indoor presentation, a children’s craft, and a guided hike to the beaver marsh.
2pm: Audio Described Performances: The Piano Lesson For patrons who are blind or have low vision.
2pm: Tanglewood Marionettes present an Arabian Adventure A swashbuckling tale set in exotic lands, An Arabian Adventure tells the tale of a Persian prince who is thrown into a dungeon because of his love for a beautiful princess. Facing danger at every turn, the courageous prince must use his wits his escape his prison, defeat the diabolical vizier, and save the princess from a tragic fate. Each event not only includes a performance, but an educational activity/workshop/interactive component. $10 per child, $5 per child.
Mom’s from all over Central Connecticut can meet up for an evening filled with music, socializing and refreshments. Check out the latest from some of your favorite local and national vendors and crafters. Meet our distinguished guests, activities include a discussion group about Mindfulness for Children led by Jackie Coyne who is a yoga instructor and professor emeritus of child development at Tunxis Community College, makeup demos by Beauty Entourage, Mini facials by L’OCCITANE en Provence, a luxury consignment handbag and accessory trunk show by Jolie Boutique Consignment, Farmington Valley Physical Therapy, The Gentle Giraffe, IndyTangles, Be Well Organics, Culteavo, door prizes and more to be announced! Appearances by Lisa Brilliant Alexander of My Brilliant LifeStyle, Ally Davis of Visceral Movement Dance Company and Angelina Capalbo, local Unionville resident and publisher of Momford County.
6:30pm and 9:30pm: Warren Miller Entertainment’s Here, There & Everywhere Follow Marcus Caston, Grete Eliassen, Jeremy Jones, Jess McMillan, Wendy Fisher, Collin Collins and more as they take on terrain in Kicking Horse, Switzerland, Greenland, Crested Butte, and more. With another winter right around the corner, Warren Miller Entertainment will be anywhere mountains rise and snow falls. $22.50 per ticket.
7:30pm: Rearrange Me Prepare for an evening of musical contrasts and surprises as eight Connecticut artists play songs by each other, rearranged in their own signature styles! Each of the eight artists will be secretly assigned one of the other artists. They will then choose a song and perform it as though it was their own. This means that a folk artist, if assigned a hip-hop artist, will rearrange and perform a song by the hip-hop artist in folk style… and so forth. Each artist will only know their own rearrangement assignment, so the audience and the other performers will hear the pieces for the first time together. $10 per person.
7:30 – 10:30pm: Retro 80’s Ski Bash The Bushnell is celebrating Warren’s 50th Anniversary by throwing an 80’ Retro Ski Bash. With your ticket to Here, There & Everywhere you are invited to dress in your vintage ski outfits and join us for the party. You will enjoy live entertainment, vintage Warren Miller ski films, ski lodge food and beverage, ice carving, a vintage ski exhibit, kids activities, and of course the stars of the show. Admission is FREE with your Warren Miller’s Here, There, and Everywhere ticket. Ski lodge food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Saturday, November 5th – Sunday, November 6th:
11:30am – 2pm: Playing on the Spectrum Autism Families Connecticut’s original, signature program. Each four-week session serves dozens of children with autism ages 3 to 13, as well as their siblings in their own Sibling Club. The goal is for children to exercise in a safe, appropriate environment where they can make friends, practice social skills and master basic sports skills. Cost: $50 per participant, $10 per sibling. Reoccurs on November 13, 20 and 27th. 11:30am-12:20pm (ages 3-6), 12:30-1:20pm (ages 7-9) and 1:30-2:20pm (ages 10-13). Simultaneous Sibling Club for each time slot.
12 – 4pm: West Hartford House Tour The Hartford Golf Club Historic District straddles Hartford and West Hartford with an array of residences, an astonishing 70% of which were architect-designed. The roots of the district’s special character lie in the formation of the Hartford Golf Club in 1896. Donohue’s illustrated lecture will provide a glimpse into the history and architecture of one of West Hartford’s most prestigious neighborhoods. She will also offer a preview of what to expect and look for during the West Hartford House Tour, when six private homes in the neighborhood will open their doors. Almost all of the homes on the tour were designed in the Tudor and Colonial Revival styles by architects Lester B. Scheide and Walter P. Crabtree, Jr. Residences on the tour include: 33 and 39 Colony Road, 24 and 110 Norwood Road, 4 Mohawk Drive, and 91 Ledyard Road. Tickets for the West Hartford House Tour are $2.
12:55pm: Bolshoi Ballet: The Bright Stream A comedic ballet set on a collective farm, Dmitry Shostakovich thought The Bright Stream would delight Stalin. Instead, one of its librettists (Adrian Piotrovsky) was sent to a gulag, it ended the career of choreographer Fyodor Lopukho, and Shostakovich’s music was never again played during the Soviet era. Now the Bolshoi has finally resurrected it, thanks to the efforts of the one-time director of the Bolshoi, Alexei Ratmansky (now the leading choreographer at NYC’s American Ballet Theatre). After hearing the score in 1993, Ratmansky choreographed this new version for the Bolshoi, dancing farmers, a male Sylphide, cycling dogs and all! 120 min with one interval.
1pm: Olate Dogs Winners of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” Olate Dogs put the Wow in Bow-Wow!! Father-and-son trainers Richard & Nicholas Olate have been extra busy since winning Season 7 of AGT, with appearances on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and their many cross-country tours that have left dog-loving audiences with their tails wagging. Whether you are a dog-owner or not, the Olate’s “breed” of wholesome entertainment is not to be missed!
1 – 3:30pm: Cooking on the Open Hearth Chop, mix, bake and cook alongside our hearth cooks as we make a variety of tasty seasonal dishes. Bring your own recipes and fire-cooking experiences to share, sit down at the conclusion of the program to taste the results of our afternoon of cooking fun, and take new recipes home to try on your own. Registration is required. $10 for museum members and $15 for non-members.
1:30 -3:30pm: A Ride to Remember: Bus Tour of Windsor’s Town Center Do you remember the Cozy Corner? Getting your skates sharpened on the grinding wheel of old Mr. Andrus’s blacksmith shop? John Zatti’s gas station? Beverly Garvan will provide perspective on how the Broad Street Green area developed over the centuries, sharing her most recent research and memories going back to the 1930’s. Bus driver Sterling Viets, whose memories go back to the 1950’s, just might chime in. And if someone on tour wants to share a brief memory of a business on Broad Street, we’ll pass the microphone around! Each participant will receive a packet of historic maps, photographs, and images from Windsor Historical Society collections to compare with the features they see as the tour progresses. Garvan’s document listing 20th century Windsor businesses will also be available as a handout. Spaces are limited! Reserve your spot by Friday, November 4. School bus will meet participants at the Society. $12 adults and students.
2 – 4pm: Planning With Michaels Bring your planner to personalize. We’ll bring the supplies, you bring the creativity and your planner to personalize – and learn how to make a pom pom paper clip.
2 – 4:45pm: Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel An opera that demands artistry, sensitivity, great singers and a fabulous orchestra. Join Opera Connecticut for Hansel and Gretel, sung in English, with English Supertitles. Please bring 1 can of food for the food bank. Meet the artists after the show in the lobby. $40 per ticket.
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