Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! So Many Cultural Events to Choose From This Week!

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Of What's Happening This Week
April 26 Thru May 3
Jazz Night With The Wynton Marsalis Quintet

April 30
Stamford's Palace Theatre

Jazz Night is sure to heat up The Palace Theatre! Grammy® award and Pulitzer prize winning Wynton Marsalis has helped propel jazz to the forefront of American culture(Read More)
Joan Osborne 

May 3
Fairfield Theatre Company

Joan Osborne is a powerhouse of electrifying blues, soul, and R&B.
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5-6-7-8! Dance Music From
The 50’s To Today

April 20
Ridgefield Chorale

Join the Chorale for an evening  of song and dance music, accompanied by the R.C. Band
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Fifth Annual Westport
Mini Maker Faire

April 30
Westport Library

Connecticut’s largest event focused on creativity and innovation. The Mini Maker Faire is a free, family-friendly showcase of invention and resourcefulness.
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You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

Thru May 7
Darien Arts Center

DAC Stage is thrilled to announce this award-winning and family-friendly production based on the ‘Peanuts’ comic strip, originally created by Charles M. Schulz in 1967
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Eleanor Roosevelt: Her Secret Jorney

May 1
The Klein

Loretta Swit, best known for her many years on M*A*S*H, portrays Eleanor in this rewarding one-woman play, performed in One Act without intermission.
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Ailey II Performance

May 1
Quick Center For The Arts

Neighborhood Studios of Fairfield County (NSFC) will be hosting their 2016 Gala, featuring the world-renowned Ailey II Dance Company.
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American Idiot

Opens April 29
Downtown Cabaret Theatre

Based on Green Day’s GRAMMY Award-winning multi-platinum album, this play takes the American musical where it’s never gone before. (Read More)
Robert Rauschenberg:
Spreads And Related Work

Opens May 1
Philip Johnson Glass House

The exhibition is a group of paintings and works on paper chosen to compliment the painting Recital (Spread), 1980, which Philip Johnson purchased that same year
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Art Show

Sat. April 30, 5-8pm
Sun. May 1, 12-4pm
Westport Woman's Club

Artist Miggs Burroughs curates the return of The Art Show to the Westport Woman’s Club from members of the Westport Artists Collective. The show takes place at 44 Imperial Avenue in the new, and beautifully restored Bedford Hall (Read More)
Community Sponsored Awards
and Awards

May 1
Rowayton Arts Center

This exhibition is one of RAC’s most exciting because of the community support. Featuring art in any media, on any theme, winners in every category will be awarded a cash prize.
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Flow in Light

Opens May 2
The Mayor's Gallery
of Stamford

In this dramatic body of work Maureen Renahan Krinsley, trained as a painter, combines the media of acrylic paint, photography, computer graphics, pastels and encaustic wax. (More Info)
The First Monday in May

May 1
Palace Danbury Theatre

Andrew Rossi's documentary The First Monday In May, gives viewers an unprecedented, behind-the-scenes look at the 2015 Met Gala. One of the biggest events in the world of fashion, hosted by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, it is the most sought-after invitation in New York City. (More Info)
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