Stage and screen star Marilu Henner joins Bucks County playwright Christopher Durang in Durang’s own “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” beginning tonight through Aug. 10, at the Bucks County Playhouse, 70 S. Main St., New Hope. The action involves narcissistic B-movie star Masha coming home to Bucks County to visit her anguished siblings with a few surprises in store.
The Tony Award-winning best musical, "Ain’t Misbehavin'," running Aug. 14 through Sept. 7, features the brother and sister team of Aisha and Darius de Haas, in the recreation of the Golden Age of Harlem nightclub and the songs of Fats Waller.
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The call is for artists and poets to submit work to "Celebrate Allentown" for an upcoming exhibit at TMD Gallery Fine Art, 10 S. 13th St. Artists are encouraged to share work inspired by Allentown, whether new or older pieces, to celebrate the rebirth of the city. Poetry will be hung with the visual art. All work must be ready for hanging, including poetry pieces.
Work must be submitted by Aug. 15. The exhibit will run Sept. 6 through Oct. 30.
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"DOMESTICA," an exhibition by six Pennsylvania artists that exemplify the breadth of creativity across the state, is on display through Aug. 16 at the Grossman Gallery at Lafayette College in Easton. Participating artists are Amze Emmons of Philadelphia, William Hudders of Easton, Elizabeth Johnson of Easton, Dee Jenkins of Harrisburg, David Nicholas of Bethlehem, and Kim Malm Thomas of Harleysville.
Also on campus is Easton artist Paul Deery’s "Goldberg Variations" in the Hallway Gallery of the Williams Visual Arts Building.
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Paintings and works on paper by Spanish artist Amaya Espinoza are on exhibit at RE:find Gallery, 437 Northampton St., Easton, through Aug. 3. Espinoza is Artist-in-Residence at Lafayette College's Experimental Printmaking Institute this summer. She produced a series of original images and narrative for a limited-edition artist’s book.
Born in Paris, Espinoza was awarded a scholarship to the Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia in 1982 and was a resident artist in New Jersey from 1986 to 1989. Renowned works include the paintings "Las Muertes del Rey Don Pedro" in homage to King Don Pedro and two large collaborative mosaic murals in Burgos, Spain.
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Due to weather conditions, the annual Sousa concert by the Allentown Band scheduled at West Park in Allentown will now take place Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Soloist is Caitlin Worrich, trombone.