Subject: Click...Pick...and Go: Over 125 to Great Arts & Culture Events This Week!

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Sept. 22 thru Sept. 29

Sept. 25
Ridgefield Playhouse

 Pilobolus is renowned worldwide for its witty and gravity-defying dance and acrobatics. Using the human body as a medium of expression, the company focuses on how people, working together, can create form and movement to breathtaking effect.
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An Evening With Adam Pascal

Sept. 26
Music Theatre Of Connecticut

An Evening with Broadway's Adam Pascal! Tony Award nominated star of "Rent," "Aida" and more! One night only! All proceeds benefit MTC and its programming.  
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Mark Twain Tonight! 

Sept. 26
Stamford's Palace Theatre

Hal Holbrook brings his Tony Award-winning performance as Mark Twain to town. Brilliantly funny — Holbrook is Mark Twain, shining the light of his timeless wit on today’s politics and poseurs.
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Film Screening:
Art Is...The Permanent Revolution

Sept. 27
Silvermine Arts Center

A new film by Manny Kirchheimer, about art and its political impact, from the 1400s to today. Following the film is a discussion with the director and print makers featured in the film, including Ann Chernow and James Reed(Read More)
WPKN's Music On Film Series:
Love & Mercy

Sept. 23
The Bijou Theatre

Love & Mercy is a biographical film about musician and songwriter Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys. Film is accompanied by music and Q&A. Free sampling from Two Roads Brewery for first 50 people.
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Manhattan Short Film Festival

Sept. 25
The Palace Danbury Theatre

Film lovers can unite with an audience of over 100,000 film buffs across 6 continents, when this global film festival returns to The Palace Danbury. Founding Director of the festival, Nick Mason, will be on hand for a meet & greet! 
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National Public Lands Day

Sept. 26
At Weir Farm National Historic Site 

In celebration of National Public Lands Day, Weir Farm National Historic Site will host a volunteer invasive plant pull followed by old fashioned apple cider making. Tools, gloves, and water will be provided.
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Mary Poppins

Thru Oct. 17
Curtain Call

Everyone's favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
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ReDress-Upcycled Style

Thru Nov. 1
Stamford Museum & Nature Center

"Wow! Are you kidding? That can't be made from trash."Eighteen unique garments fashioned from recycled materials will be exhibited on dress forms. Learn about the process of construction from aluminum cans, bicycle tire inner tubes, and dry cleaner bags. 
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