In association with Young Audiences New York, the Lincoln City Cultural Center presents The Literature to Life stage presentation of "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini, performed by Sorab Wadia, adapted and directed by Wynn Handman. All students, ages 14 and up, are invited to this presentation, which includes a 15-minute preshow discussion, a 1-hour performance, and a 15-minute post-show discussion, led by a touring actor-educator team.
Celebrate Irish culture with the dynamic and colorful Molly Malone Irish Dancers and the Pipedance music ensemble. The Molly Malone Irish Dancers, a competitive team that has produced many qualifiers for the World Irish Dancing Championship, showcase intricate, rhythmic footwork and beautiful costumes. Playing and singing along will be Pipedance: Gary Burman (Irish Uilleanne bagpipes, flutes and whistles), Nora Parker (bodhran, whistles and sean-nos dance) and Bo Leyden (Irish bouzouki, mandolin and banjo).
This concert is a presentation of the Jose Solano 2105 Lincoln City World Music Series.
George Casey was born in a remote seaside village on the west coast of Ireland legendary for its storytelling. Growing up in a large family, George saw humor everywhere and honed his skills as a comic at the expense of his brothers and sisters. For over 30 years now, George has been entertaining audiences all over the US with his self-deprecating sense of humor and clean jokes and stories. Some of the acts George has opened for and toured with include Rosemary Clooney, The Osmond Brothers, Ray Price, Three Dog Night, Brooklyn Bridge, Donald O’Connor and Bobby Vinton. George performed with Bobby Vinton as his Special Guest Comedy Star in Vinton’s Blue Velvet Theatre in Branson, Missouri until its close in 2002. He has performed at Caesar’s Palace, The Sahara, and is a regular act at The Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
A showcase of the artists of the Toledo Arts Guild, an organization that serves artists in the Toledo/Siletz (East County) area with work in 2-d and 3-d media- oil, watercolors, acrylics, metal, wood turning and wood carving, printmaking, clay, glass, fiber arts, papermaking, photography, found objects, jewelry, and mixed media, as well as performing artists and musicians. The exhibit would be representative of the different art media of Guild members, most of whom live in and around Toledo, where the Yaquina River wanders through town (hence “By the River”).
Toledo Arts Guild
"The Wild North Coast" by Sylvia A Hosie