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Based on the legend of the infamous outlaw couple, set during the Great Depression of the 1930s in an unnamed southern state of the United States of America. The ac-tion unfolds in one self-contained scene in a disused barn, as the pair spend their fi-nal hours together on the run from the law. The pair's dialogue touches on a number of morbid, adult themes in particular criminality, poverty and destructive romantic entanglement. Tickets online at: Harringtonartsalliance.org It will be presented…Find out more »
Hailed "Queen of the Flute" (New York Magazine) at the outset of her, now, brilliant 48 year career, flutist CAROL WINCENC was First Prize Winner of the (sole) Walter W. Naumburg Solo Flute Competition, as well as the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient from the National Flute Association, the National Society of Arts and Letters Gold Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Music, and Distinguished Alumni Awards from Manhattan School of Music and the Brevard Music Center.Find out more »
Mark your calendar for our annual hometown festival and tree lighting ceremony! Festival of Lights kicks off the holiday season downtown along 4th Street from Railroad to Lincoln. This year's Presenting Partners include: Xfinity, First National Bank of Omaha, Brinkman and the Blue Ocean Foundation. Join Loveland for the grand entrance of Santa Claus in a Loveland Ford Lincoln pickup filled with toy donations! There will be a count down the 25-foot tree coming to life in front of the…Find out more »
Music by Paul Elwood, Libretto by Brian LuedloffInés Rodriguez Pedraza, conductor; Brian Clay Luedloff, director Inspired by The Taming of the Shrew, composer Elwood and librettist Luedloff turn the tables on the inherent misogyny of Shakespeare’s beloved comedy, asking the question “who tames who?” All the wit and wisdom of Shakespeare with the memorable music of Paul Elwood wrapped up in a story of two strong personalities finding compatibility in compromise. Tickets HEREFind out more »
When a young woman considers a proposal of marriage the process is complicated by the conversation she must have with her five alter-egos. At turns hysterically funny and deeply moving, Milton Granger’s The Proposal was a finalist for the National Opera Association original composition competition. Music and Libretto by Milton Granger Tickets HEREFind out more »