KEEP SINGING! Join the Chester River Youth Choir!
The Chester River Youth Choir, for treble-voice singers ages 7-17 will again perform with the Chester River Chorale. The Chester River Youth Choir meets Mondays 4:15-5:45pm at the Garfield Center for the Arts beginning January 15, 2018.
This is a unique opportunity for children to be a part of the vibrant arts community at the Garfield, in the heart of Chestertown’s Arts & Entertainment District. The Chester River Youth Choir has performed at many local events in the past, including The Chestertown Harry Potter Festival, The National Music Festival, The Stories in Service Celebration honoring local Veterans, in the Garfield’s 2015 production of A Christmas Carol, at Washington College with the Chester River Chorale during the holidays and more! Registration is $40 per child, with sibling rates and scholarships available on an as-needed basis.
For more information please contact choir director Julie Lawrence at email@example.com or Garfield Center Executive Director Tess Hogans at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Garfield Center for the Arts is located at 210 High Street in Chestertown, Maryland.
No auditions. Only $40 to register – sibling rate available! Contact Julie Lawrence, director, for more information: email@example.com or 410.778.0718.
Contact Julie Lawrence, director, for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.778.0718.
The Chester River Youth Choir is supported by the Kent County Arts Council, the Garfield Center for the Arts, and the Chester River Chorale. If you would like to make a donation to CRYC, please do so at the Garfield Center.
Open Mic Night with Ford Schumann at the Garfield Center For the Arts at the Prince Theatre!
Play music on your own or with a band, read some poetry, do a stand-up routine. The options are limitless. E-mail Ford Schumann at email@example.com to sign up, or for more information! There’s no price to come, and there’s always a cash bar. Donations are always appreciated.
The Live Playwrights’ Society for Play Writers, Readers, Observers & Critics aims to foster a community of playwrights, actors and critics.
This group meets the first Monday of every month at 7:30pm and is open to all ages.
For more information visit http://liveplaywrightssociety.org/
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Directed by Shelagh Grasso
Audition Dates: February 6 & 8 at 6pm and February 10 at 11am
Performance Dates: April 27 – May 13
We are looking for a cast of 20 to fill 6 male singing roles, 3 female singing roles, 1 male non singing role and a chorus of about 10.
Sweeney Todd …age 40-55…Bass baritone
Mrs. Lovett…age 35-50….Mezzo-Soprano
Anthony Hope…age 20-30….Bari-tenor
Johanna…age 20 ish…Soprano
Judge Turpin….age 50-60…Bass
Tobias…….age 15-25…Tenor or Boy Soprano
Beadle Bamford…Age 30-50
Beggar Women/Lucy… Age 40-55… Mezzo-Soprano
Pirelli…age 40 ish…Operatic tenor
SAVE THE DATE! MORE INFO COMING SOON!
Women Helping Women is a private account created solely for the collection of funds for this event. 100% of donations and 80% of ticket sales used for Dr. Boria’s Marydel Clinic and a portion for For All Seasons, Inc.
If you are unable to attend, please consider a donation. For donations please make your checks payable to: Women Helping Women 203 High Street, Unit 2, Chestertown, MD 21620
Those of you who have been with us for the entire journey of WHW know how far we’ve come. The concert is a joyful celebration for our performers and the audience too. The clinic has a core group of “Angels” who provide for Maria both financially and with hands on assistance.
The Garfield Family welcomes us with open arms and invaluable support each year. Francoise Sullivan of Moo Productions continues to manage our Facebook page and the website for Women Helping Women. Sue Matthews and Joe Holt go above and beyond guiding the production to the stage.
Last year, in addition to our fundraising efforts for the Marydel free clinic, Maria wanted to reach out to our local community and SHINE A LIGHT on a serious public health issue – the Opioid and Heroin Epidemic – devastating our families on the Eastern Shore. Since 1986, For All Seasons has provided mental health treatment and crisis services to men, women, children and families in the five counties of the Mid-Shore (Talbot, Dorchester, Caroline, Queen Anne’s and Kent Counties) regardless of one’s ability to pay. For All Seasons recently announced a new partnership with Dr. Eric Ciganek and Corsica River Substance Use Disorder Services in their Chestertown office – providing mental health, substance use disorder and Medication Assisted Treatment. Funds raised by WHW will help provide services to community members regardless of their ability to pay.
The gift of women, the role of women, has always been the role of community. If you touch a woman, you touch a family, you touch a community, you touch a nation. It is my great hope that as women we will be able to stand our ground in the places we love and say, “This is not acceptable. This is what we will fight for, this is what we will fight against.” Terry Tempest Williams
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Women Helping Women is a private account created solely for the collection of funds for this event. 100% of donations and 80% of ticket sales used for Dr. Boria’s Marydel Clinic. 20% will be donated to the Kent Family Center underwrite children’s developmental programming materials. *All production expenses underwritten by private donation. If you are unable to attend, please consider a donation.
For donations please make your checks payable to :
Women Helping Women
203 High Street, Unit 2
Chestertown, MD 21620