At this Lunch N’ Learn we will be using costume jewelry pieces to make works of art on fabric attached to a canvas or board. Sample ideas will be available but you are encouraged to use your imagination. One fun piece is to make a Christmas Tree arrangement or a group of flowers.
Items to bring if you can:
8 x 10 canvas or smaller (we will also have a few of these available)
Fabric to cover the canvas, sturdy enough to hold the jewelry pieces (we will have fabric available)
Pliers for removing pins, etc.
Glue gun (if you have one)
Old pieces of costume jewelry such as pins, pearls/necklaces, earrings, etc. (A lot of broaches will be available) Also if you like to work with a pattern, print a simple one from the internet.
The exhibition is free, open to the public and may be viewed and Monday through Friday 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM and during every performance of the Art Center Theatre. Box Office 352-746-7606
A complete schedule of events can be found on the website https://artcenterofcitruscounty.org The Art Center Gallery is located at 2644 N Annapolis Ave. Hernando, Florida. The Art Center of Citrus County is open to all who appreciate and want to support the arts in our community. They are a member-owned and operated 501c3 non-profit organization with programs in the performing and visual arts offering opportunities for participation, education, and appreciation of the arts.
The exhibition is free, open to the public and may be viewed and Monday through Friday 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM and during every performance of the Art Center Theater. A complete schedule of events can be found on their website https://artcenterofcitruscounty.org/ The Art Center Gallery is located at 2644 N Annapolis Ave. Hernando, Florida. The Art Center of Citrus County is open to all who appreciate and want to support the arts in our community. They are a member-owned and operated 501c3 non-profit organization with programs in the performing and visual arts offering opportunities for participation, education, and appreciation of the arts.
Milly Sheffer paints in oils and watercolor. She prefers to work quickly and loosely, allowing her process to show in the finished piece.
Since obtaining her degree in Art from Wheaton College, Milly has studied with many artists including Skip Lawrence, Christopher Schink, and Charles Reid. She has also done work at Syracuse University and the Art Institute of Chicago. She has taught workshops and private lessons, and has had numerous solo exhibitions.
The Sheffer’s split their time between Ocala, Florida and their cottage in Pennsylvania, where Milly pursues her other passion, gardening.
Audition Dates: Sunday, March 8th, 6:30 p.m.Monday, March 9th, 6:30 p.m.
Auditions will be held in the Art & Education Building next to the theater on Sunday and in the theatre on Monday.
Show dates: May 1, 2, 3, 8, *9, 10, 15, 16, 17
Middle-aged and married, overworked and overweight, Barney Cashman wants to join the sexual revolution before it’s too late and arranges three seductions: the first, Elaine Navazio proves to be a foul-mouthed bundle of neuroses; Bobbi Michele is next, a 20-ish actress who’s too kooky by half; finally comes September and Jeanette Fisher, a gloomy, depressed housewife who happens to be married to Barney’s best friend.
The Characters – Casting 1m, 3f
BARNEY CASHMAN, a forty-seven-year-old owner of a seafood restaurant who is afraid that the sexual revolution of the 1960’s is passing him by.
ELAINE NAVAZIO, a somewhat coarse woman in her late thirties who believes, when she accepts Barney’s invitation to meet him at his mother’s apartment, that he wants only a quick sexual encounter.
BOBBI MICHELE, a twenty-seven-year-old unemployed entertainer who visits Barney to repay twenty dollars that he loaned to her to pay an accompanist who assisted her during an audition.
JEANETTE FISHER, a contemporary of Barney and a family friend, a very depressed lady who has decided to repay her husband’s confession of infidelity by having an affair with Barney.
Get your tickets now for the December 20th, 7:30 pm evening show or the December 21st, 2:00 pm afternoon show!
The Bickersons – A 1947 retelling of O’Henry’s Gift of the magi as told by the loving but bickering couple that far predated the Honeymooners and married with children. Blanche Bickerson – Janet Torcello John Bickerson – Barry Denham.
The Christmas Truce – A true Christmas story about an amazing spontaneous truce that happened between English and German soldiers in 1914 as told by 4 soldiers writing home to their loved ones on Christmas day. Eayn Flanagan Chris Patti Zack Johnson Nathan Abbey.
Blondie – A different Christmas Carol. Blondie has been a comic strip since 1930, but from 1939 to 1950 the Bumstead’s were also on the radio! This retelling of the Dickens Christmas Carol comes from one of Dagwood’s dreamy naps and is filled with laughs. Blondie – Shirene Thomas Dagwood – Harry Lewis Baby – Holly C. Sherwood Dithers – Lewis Unterman Fuddles – Dave Sotrines.
This Christmas Special is being presented commercial-free, so between shows, we will be treated to lovely singing of classic Christmas carols by the cast of the upcoming winter musical – The Honky Tonk Angels. The singers are -Sharon Vetter Sandy Vetter Mosley Ashlyn Victoria Gibbs
And last but not least our host with the most who will be taking on this magical Christmas ride will be the one and only Rex Young – Robert Darling
The perfect follow up to “Always…”. Country classics combine with a hilarious story about three good ole gals who follow their dreams to Nashville. Songs include Stand By Your Man, Coal Miner’s Daughter, 9 to 5, I Will Always Love You, and Harper Valley PTA. Sold out runs at the Barter Theater, Abingdon, VA and the Flatrock Playhouse, Flatrock, NC and many other theaters throughout the country.
The creator of “Always…Patsy Cline” combines over 30 classic country tunes with a hilarious story about three gutsy gals who are determined to better their lives and follow their dreams to Nashville. The all-hit song list includes I’ll Fly Away, Stand by Your Man, 9 to 5, Coal Miner’s Daughter, Ode to Billy Jo, These Boots Are Made for Walking, Rocky Top, and I Will Always Love You. This charming, foot-stompin’ musical has played to sold-out audiences across the country. – Broadwayworld.com
Touched by ‘Angels’ | “ATC Productions of “Honky Tonk Angels” make audiences laugh until they cry!” – TULSA World
“You’ll have to step on your toes to keep them from tappin’.” -Asheville Times