Eclectic Approach 4:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Mission Ridge, free, pick up tickets at Numerica branches in Wenatchee, East Wenatchee or Entiat on Friday by 3:30 p.m., limited to first 700 people, missionridge.com
EAST WENATCHEE — Tom Clymer looks down from the stage at the two dozen assembled dancers, all smiling, all chatting away with each other as they await his cue. A CD player whirs to life with an uptempo instrumental tune, filling the old Grange Hall. Then Clymer begins: “Slide through. Load the boat. Veer to the left. Girls hinge. Diamonds circulate. Boys swing through. Flip your diamond. Pass through with the wheels and the deals … Promenade her home.”
Thornton Wilder’s 1938 Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Our Town” has been performed on some of the biggest stages in the world and by community theater troupes and high school students alike over the years. Now, this quintessentially American play comes to Wenatchee. Music Theatre of Wenatchee’s production of “Our Town” opens tonight at Riverside Playhouse and runs for the next three weekends. Go! asked the show’s director, Peter Kappler, to tell us what we might except from the play.
For the next two weekends, Icicle Creek Center for the Arts will present “The Fantasticks,” the longest-running musical in history. Icicle Creek’s production of this wonderful romantic comedy still embraces such classic songs as “Try to Remember,” “Soon It’s Gonna Rain,” and “They Were You,” but this version is set in the back alleys of a city where homeless denizens bring the story and the magic to life.
When school starts late on Wednesday mornings, a handful of Cascade High School students meet over mugs of coffee to make art and talk about changing the world. On Wednesday, the group’s work will be on display and for sale at Blackbird Bistro in Leavenworth.
The Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce the 2015 Angela Schuster Svendsen Memorial Young Musician Competition to be held on Saturday, April 11. The Young Musician Competition is open to all musicians in the Greater Wenatchee Valley who will be entering the 10th through 12th grades in the fall of 2015. The competition is open to all musicians, whether they are attending public, private or home schools. Musicians will find the application form online at wenatcheesymphony.org. The application form, $25 entry fee and music teacher recommendation form must ...
The Numerica Performing Arts Center announces its 2015 Hot August Nights performance will be “Cabaret.” Don Fox and Jaime Donegan return in August to produce 11 performances of the Broadway musical on the Numerica PAC stage.