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Friday, December 20th, 2019

Musical
New Milford, CT: TheatreWorks: Wreck The Halls. Music & Lyrics by Bradford Blake and directed by Bradford Blake. Nothing is sacred in this SLAY ride of adult humor that rips the shiny bows and pretty wrapping off the holiday season. The show features two acts of music-filled satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly up. But audiences should be warned - they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves.8 pm. 860-350-6863  https://theatreworks.us/shows/display_show.php?show_id=wreckthehalls→

Saturday, December 21st, 2019

Musical
New Milford, CT: TheatreWorks: Wreck The Halls. Music & Lyrics by Bradford Blake and directed by Bradford Blake. Nothing is sacred in this SLAY ride of adult humor that rips the shiny bows and pretty wrapping off the holiday season. The show features two acts of music-filled satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly up. But audiences should be warned - they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves.8 pm. 860-350-6863  https://theatreworks.us/shows/display_show.php?show_id=wreckthehalls→

Sunday, December 22nd, 2019

Musical
New Milford, CT: TheatreWorks: Wreck The Halls. Music & Lyrics by Bradford Blake and directed by Bradford Blake. Nothing is sacred in this SLAY ride of adult humor that rips the shiny bows and pretty wrapping off the holiday season. The show features two acts of music-filled satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly up. But audiences should be warned - they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves.2 pm. 860-350-6863  https://theatreworks.us/shows/display_show.php?show_id=wreckthehalls→

Thursday, December 26th, 2019

Musical
New Milford, CT: TheatreWorks: Wreck The Halls. Music & Lyrics by Bradford Blake and directed by Bradford Blake. Nothing is sacred in this SLAY ride of adult humor that rips the shiny bows and pretty wrapping off the holiday season. The show features two acts of music-filled satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly up. But audiences should be warned - they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves.8 pm. 860-350-6863  https://theatreworks.us/shows/display_show.php?show_id=wreckthehalls→

Friday, December 27th, 2019

Musical
New Milford, CT: TheatreWorks: Wreck The Halls. Music & Lyrics by Bradford Blake and directed by Bradford Blake. Nothing is sacred in this SLAY ride of adult humor that rips the shiny bows and pretty wrapping off the holiday season. The show features two acts of music-filled satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly up. But audiences should be warned - they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves.8 pm. 860-350-6863  https://theatreworks.us/shows/display_show.php?show_id=wreckthehalls→

Saturday, December 28th, 2019

Baroque Opera
Great Barrington: St. James Place: A Tale of Divine Love and the River Spirit. Acis y Galatea—A Spanish Baroque Semi-Staged Comic Opera with English Dialogues Antonio de Líteres’s Acis y Galatea (1708) is a zarzuela in two acts with a libretto by José de Cañizares. The work quickly became one of the most famous of zarzuelas, the Spanish popular music-drama form that flourished in the late Baroque. Zarzuelas were a blend of sung and spoken episodes, usually performed by women actors who took both male and female roles, featuring characters that often are a mixture of gods, mythological creatures and rustic or pastoral comedy characters. This work tells of the love between mortal Acis and the sea-nymph Galatea, and of other love triangles between shepherds and sea creatures - all 'threatened' by the (comically) powerful cyclops Polifemo. Líteres brilliantly weaves together Italianate da capo arias, French sung minuets, and Spanish seguidillas (sung popular dances). The singers are accompanied by traditional Baroque instruments and castanets, which give a typical Spanish flavor. A small group of ensemble singers act as a traditional opera chorus, commenting in fast-moving and rhythmical responses on the dramatic action. 4 pm. 860.435.4866  http://worldclassmusic.org/buy-tickets/
Musical
New Milford, CT: TheatreWorks: Wreck The Halls. Music & Lyrics by Bradford Blake and directed by Bradford Blake. Nothing is sacred in this SLAY ride of adult humor that rips the shiny bows and pretty wrapping off the holiday season. The show features two acts of music-filled satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly up. But audiences should be warned - they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves. Last performance, 8 pm. 860-350-6863  https://theatreworks.us/shows/display_show.php?show_id=wreckthehalls→

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

Baroque Opera
Lakeville, CT: Lakeville Methodist Church: St. James Place: A Tale of Divine Love and the River Spirit. Acis y Galatea—A Spanish Baroque Semi-Staged Comic Opera with English Dialogues Antonio de Líteres’s Acis y Galatea (1708) is a zarzuela in two acts with a libretto by José de Cañizares. The work quickly became one of the most famous of zarzuelas, the Spanish popular music-drama form that flourished in the late Baroque. Zarzuelas were a blend of sung and spoken episodes, usually performed by women actors who took both male and female roles, featuring characters that often are a mixture of gods, mythological creatures and rustic or pastoral comedy characters. This work tells of the love between mortal Acis and the sea-nymph Galatea, and of other love triangles between shepherds and sea creatures - all 'threatened' by the (comically) powerful cyclops Polifemo. Líteres brilliantly weaves together Italianate da capo arias, French sung minuets, and Spanish seguidillas (sung popular dances). The singers are accompanied by traditional Baroque instruments and castanets, which give a typical Spanish flavor. A small group of ensemble singers act as a traditional opera chorus, commenting in fast-moving and rhythmical responses on the dramatic action. 319 Main St. 4 pm. 860.435.4866  http://worldclassmusic.org/buy-tickets/→

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