Entertainment calendar for March 28-April 3

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Friday

Theater

"Aladdin": 7 p.m. A performance by 23 students of Pownal Elementary School. Tickets $2 for students, $3 for everyone else. Pownal Elementary School, 94 Schoolhouse Road, Pownal.

Long Trail School: 6:30 p.m. Three one-act plays: William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, and two student works, "Here We Go Again "by Kassidy Brooks `22 and "Laugh It Off" by Isa Blankenbaker '21. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and seniors, and are available at the door. For more information, contact Anna Bean at 802-867-5717 x170. Long Trail School, 1045 Kirby Hollow Road, Dorset.

One Act Festival: 7:30 p.m. " H.R." by Eric Coble, "The Game" by Natalie Bates, "A Marriage Proposal" written by Anton Chekhov and "Compos Mentis" by Marilyn Millstone. Tickets are available online at dorsetplayers.org or by calling 802-867-5777. Box office opens two hours before each performance.

Literary

Author event: 6 p.m. Ariel Lawhon reads from "I Was Anastasia," unraveling the extraordinary twists and turns in Anna Anderson’s fifty-year battle to be recognized as Anastasia Romanov. Manchester Bookstore, 4869 Main St., Manchester Center.

Miscellaneous

Closing reception: 6 to 8 p.m. The Glitter Show, featuring Claudia McNulty, Zoe Marguerite Villane, Erica Manville, Frank Trevino, Pat Adams, Meg Cottam, Paul Darmafall, Daisy Rockwell, Greg Winterhalter, eBay, Nicole Kita, Tricia Weil, Viva Ratray, Rhonda Ratray and Elaine Bay. Make your own glitter keepsake. The Left Bank, 5 Bank St., North Bennington.

Saturday

Theater

"Aladdin": 7 p.m. A performance by 23 students of Pownal Elementary School. Tickets $2 for students, $3 for everyone else. Pownal Elementary School, 94 Schoolhouse Road, Pownal.

Long Trail School: 6:30 p.m. Three one-act plays: William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, and two student works, "Here We Go Again "by Kassidy Brooks `22 and "Laugh It Off" by Isa Blankenbaker '21. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and seniors, and are available at the door. For more information, contact Anna Bean at 802-867-5717 x170. Long Trail School, 1045 Kirby Hollow Road, Dorset.

One Act Festival: 7:30 p.m. " H.R." by Eric Coble, "The Game" by Natalie Bates, "A Marriage Proposal" written by Anton Chekhov and "Compos Mentis" by Marilyn Millstone. Tickets are available online at dorsetplayers.org or by calling 802-867-5777. Box office opens two hours before each performance.

Die Walkurie: 12 p.m. The Met: Live in HD, featuring the full performance along with backstage interviews and commentary. Tickets $25 for the public, $22 for members and $18 for students. Auditorium, The Clark, 225 South St., Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Music

Bella's Bartok: 8 p.m. Part of the Vermont Arts Exchange's Basement Music Series. Garam garam will be providing homemade Pakistani food to purchase and Thyme Tables Catering of Shaftsbury will provide a cash bar. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets $18 in advance through www.vtartxchange.org or by calling 800-838-3006. If not sold out, tickets are $22 at the door. Student tickets are available for $10. Masonic Hall, 504 Main St., Bennington.

The Lane Brothers: 7 p.m. Benjamin Lane on mandolin and Christopher Lane on guitar play a wide variety of styles, but their sound is firmly rooted in bluegrass and gospel with an influence of jazz. Admission $5 for adults, free for people under 18. Music and Art Caf , Petersburgh Veterans Memorial Community Center, 71 Main St., Petersburgh, New York.

Ben Mackin: 8 p.m. South Street Cafe & Bakery, 105 South St., Bennington

Piano concert: 2 p.m. Composer/pianists Joel Feigin and Haskell Small. Feigin will perform his piano compositions Meditation 1, Variations on Empty Space, Meditation 2, along with Bach's Small Chorale Mass (manualiter) from Klavierubung III; Small will perform Erik Satie's Sonneries de la Rose et Croix, No. 1, his own piano composition Mystic Child, and Satie's Sonneries de la Rose et Croix, No. 3. New Skete Monasteries, 273 New Skete Road., Cambridge, New York.

Sunday

Literary

Author event: 3 p.m. "Higher Etiquette: A Guide to the World of Cannabis, from Dispensaries to Dinner Parties," with author Lizzie Post, great-great granddaughter of Emily Post. Northshire Bookstore, 4869 Main St., Manchester Center.

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Theater

One Act Festival: 2 p.m. " H.R." by Eric Coble, "The Game" by Natalie Bates, "A Marriage Proposal" written by Anton Chekhov and "Compos Mentis" by Marilyn Millstone. Tickets are available online at dorsetplayers.org or by calling 802-867-5777. Box office opens two hours before each performance.

Miscellaneous

Open studio: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Painter Matt Chinian shows new work; light refreshments will be served. 138 West Main St., Cambridge, New York.

Music

Bennington Baroque: 3 p.m. "Handel at Home," that is, Handel as played and heard in 18th-c salons, on instruments of the period. Sandra Mangsen, harpsichord, Mathieu Langlois, baroque flute, Emily Hale, baroque violin, and Andr Laurent O'Neil, baroque cello, with Kerry Ryer-Parke, soprano. Admission by donation. Carriage Barn, Park-McCullough House, North Bennington.

Film

"Chasing Ice": 4 p.m. An Emmy Award-winning documentary Chasing Ice, presented in conjunction with "Iceland, the road to Hofn," an exhibit by fine art photographer and local bike shop owner Barrack Evans. Free and open to the public. The Gallery at Equinox Village, 49 Maple St., Manchester Center.

Tuesday

Miscellaneous

Lecture: 7 p.m. Cyle Metzger '08 returns to Bennington College to speak on art and architectural history as it relates to queer history and theory. Part of the college's spring 2019 Visual Arts Lecture Series on the theme "Transvisualities: Crossings, Counter-narratives, Collaborations." Free and open to the public. Tishman Lecture Hall, Bennington College, Bennington.

Lecture: 7 p.m. Vahidin Omanovic, executive director of the Center for Peacebuilding in Bosnia, and international human rights lawyer Andrea Galindo. Sponsored by the Bennington Branch of the American Association of University Women. Bennington Free Library, 101 Silver St., Bennington.

Wednesday

Literary

"Life at the Studio": 7 p.m. Award-winning author and illustrator David Macaulay discusses his creative process. Part of the Vermont Humanities Council's First Wednesdays lecture series. Free and open to the public. First Congregational Church, 3624 Main St, Manchester.

Author event: 7 p.m. Bennington College faculty members Phillip B. Williams, the author of "Thief in the Interior," and Michael Dumanis, the author of the poetry collection "My Soviet Union," will read. Part of the college's Literature Evenings series. Free and open to the public. Franklin House, Bennington College, Bennington.

Ongoing

"Iceland, the road to H fn": The work of fine art photographer and local bike shop owner Barrack Evans. This show opens Thursday with a free reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Evans was inspired to travel to Iceland where he photographed not only glaciers, but lagoons and icebergs left behind as result of glacial retreat. The Gallery at Equinox Village, 49 Maple St., Manchester Center. Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information call 802-362-4061.

"Seaside Dreaming": Ceramic works by Emily Crawford inspired by her experiences in, on and around the ocean. Through April 16. Valley Artisans Market, 25 East Main St., Cambridge, New York.

Paintings by Mark Berry: Sundays from 11 a.m.-noon. Gallery, UU Fellowship of Bennington, 108 School St., Bennington.

Works on Paper: A Decade of Collecting. Featuring a disparate body of works, from historic to contemporary and self-taught works, to creations by Bennington Modernists. Artists represented include Gayleen Aiken, Milton Avery, Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley, Paul Feeley, Luigi Lucioni, Duane Michals, and Norman Rockwell. Through May 5. Works on Paper Gallery, Bennington Museum, 75 Main St., Bennington.

The Mind's Eye: Paintings, Sculpture, and Books by Paul Katz. Featuring a variety of works, including paintings, sculpture and drawing books, mainly from Katz's Prelude and Interlock series. Through May 27. Regional Artists Gallery, Bennington Museum, 75 Main St., Bennington.

Vermont Folk Sculpture: Recent acquisition. a Carved Corner Post, c. 1900 created by Russell Risley (1842-1927) of Kirby, Vermont. John T. Harrison, Jr. Orientation Gallery, Bennington Museum, 75 Main St., Bennington.

A Century of Caring: Special exhibition of artifacts, stories, and images from Southwestern Vermont Medical Center's 100-year history. Admission $10 for adults and $5 for seniors, veterans, and AAA members. Students and children are free. Laumeister Art Center, 44 Gypsy Lane, Bennington.


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